Our mission is to connect Drupal users in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, North Carolina and surrounding areas. We get together monthly for presentations, site demonstrations, and hack nights. Our goal is to help new Drupal users get up to speed, foster the development of existing Drupal designers and Developers, and contribute to the larger Drupal community. The Research Triangle has a big concentration of technical folks, universities, and start-ups and we want to expose as many people as possible to Drupal and all that it offers.
Are you a Drupal fanatic? We are. Do you speak the language of nodes, views, drush, core, modules, taxonomy, contrib and themes? We do. Do you believe that fundraising software should be open and low cost for nonprofit organizations? We agree. Are you tired of working on your own or in a cubicle farm and want to be part of a talented team doing interesting and meaningful work? Read on.Read more
Jackson River is looking for an outstanding Drupal site builder and themer to assist and lead on a wide variety of online technology consulting and implementation projects. You will work with a very talented, skilled, and passionate team on technology projects ranging from Drupal CMS implementations to organization wide technology initiatives. While doing so, you get to work with some of the most influential and respected progressive nonprofit organizations, and be part of an incredibly talented team of developers.Read more
D7.21 , DCommerce 1.5, Rules 2.2, Address Field 1.0-beta3
Well I built my first module. It populates a field in Address Field with selectable NC counties. It works well, albeit my code is likely ugly (having never written a module and no real experience in coding).Read more
Culture Foundry is looking for a Drupal Developer / Themer to help us build engaging, robust, easy-to-update interactive sites and applications.
We are seeking people with:
Strong PHP, HTML and CSS skills, including:
PHP: the ins and outs of conditional blocks, loops, debugging, etc.
HTML: delivering HTML that is semantically rich and clean
CSS: delivering CSS that is bulletproof, flexible and optimized
You are comfortable with coding a design from scratch without relying on things like boilerplate templates and frameworks
Longsight is a rapidly growing company committed to open source software supported by truly open business practices seeking an experienced Drupal developer with confident client skills who is ready to build and support complex Drupal applications.Read more
The NCSU Libraries serves as the gateway to recorded knowledge and information for the NC State community and its partners, offering a competitive advantage in attracting and retaining the best faculty and students to the university. For more information about the Libraries, please see http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/aboutthelibraries/
Essential Job DutiesRead more
Join us for our next Meetup where we will be focusing on Amazon Web Services + Drupal. One of our Drupalists (Kyle!) will be walking us through setup, and some interesting use cases.
(Times may vary)
6:00-6:30 Meet and Greet
6:30-6:40 Announcements / Jobs
6:45-7:30 Amazon Web Services and Drupal
8:00 - Head to Bada Wings
could someone shed some light on this? I want a background color on the entire background. However, I get a block of white at the bottom of the screen. I can add padding to get rid of it, but is that what I am supposed to be doing?
padding: 0px 0px 400px 0px;
see the attached image.
When looking at it in Firebug or Chrome inspect, I can't select the area.
D7 Omega subtheme. Live site if you want to poke at it is http://www.onemoon.net
Links are on the website, http://nctech4good.org/
We’d love to have you submit a proposal for a pre-selected session, due on Thursday, Feb. 28. You’ll need to create an account, and then submit a proposal at http://nctech4good.org/call-for-sessions. There will be pitches for additional sessions during the opening session of the conference.
We also invite you to become a sponsor. Beyond supporting the Conference, sponsorship provides sponsor exposure to our local nonprofit technology community throughout the year.
We hope to see you in Chapel Hill in June,
Judy HallmanRead more
I thought some of you would be interested in this...and I'll mention that TriDUG gets a shout-out in the book :)
I've got some exciting news for you today! I've pretty much finished
my book. Oh wait, you've been writing a book you ask? Yes. I decided
to write a book this past December about Raleigh being an open source city and a guide for other cities.
The book is in the final stages of editing and I'm raising money to
get the first 500 copies published. Here's where you can help.
I've launched an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign (think Kickstarter,Read more
I have a new non-profit client, a guild, that wants to upgrade their site to have multiple bloggers (300 members), various forms of e-commerce (member dues, show entries, online and brick & mortar museum store, and possibly member sales).
Currently they have one domain. If I can't convince them the museum should have its own domain, would OG be a good alternative to doing all this in one domain? I have only played with OG on my local dev. Thinking the groups would be the guild, the museum, and individual artists.
How well does Drupal commerce work with OG?Read more
Click Optimize, a leading web design and internet marketing firm is expanding and is looking for a few good Drupal developers, both full-time and contract positions are available. We need PHP developers experienced with building website on Drupal 7, custom theming from unique PSD designs designed by expert designers.
Developers must have the following skills:
Custom Theming for Drupal 7 from PSD designs
Experience with SEO and gallery modules
Strong CSS & HTML
Can build custom modules
We missed last January's Coworking day due to bad weather. Any interest in an ad-hoc coworking day this Friday? Please let me know ASAP and I'll make arrangements with Bull City Coworking.
We have a website for the NCTech4Good Conference -- http://nctech4good.org. People register on the site to register for conferences, become sponsors, and submit session proposals. We want to be a able to send an occasional email to everyone on the website, currently about 270 users, with conference updates.Read more
As an add-on the the ESIP Federation summer meeting, we will be holding our Summer Drupal Lab for Earth Science Drupal developers. We are welcoming local Drupalistas to join us too (more info will be available soon after the Portland DrupalCon).
So feel free to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions.
Mark your calendars, and join us. It is fun to be in the same space with other Drupalites! Coworking day at Bull City Coworking in Durham (http://bullcitycoworking.com/)
And don't forget Robert's generosity in donating the space to us for this time.Read more