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.
Hi, y'all. As I mentioned at the meetup last week, I am teaching a 4-hour intro to Drupal class for Girl Develop It RDU this weekend. Enrollment is low but if we get a few more people there will be a class. Since the class is structured as half lecture, half workshop, we need some helpers to float around during the afternoon portion to help people with their individual projects.
You can see the class description at http://www.meetup.com/Girl-Develop-It-RDU/events/232604888/
And my "curriculum" (such as it is) is here http://bit.ly/gdirdu-drupal
We'll have pizza here at 6:30, and do some mingling until about 7:00. At 7:00 we'll do introductions, and share any pertinent information about projects we're working on, job opportunities, and the like.
At 7:15 or so, Kosta Harlan will present on all things Drupal 8. He has a couple of real-world projects he's built or helped build in Drupal 8, and will spend some time presenting on the specifics of those site builds. Plenty of time will be factored in for Q&A throughout the presentation with some additional time at the end.Read more
My name is Adam Shepherd, and I organize the Science On Drupal group. Every summer, we host a few Drupal sessions at an annual conference organized by the Earth Science Information Partners (ESIP) - a collective of informatics practitioners working for NASA, NOAA, and NSF funded missions and projects.Read more
We'll start with a panel discussion about Drupalcon and follow that with Kyle Skrinak's drude presentation
We'll host at the American Underground @ Main again in downtown Durham. We'll have pizza here at 6:30, and do some mingling until about 6:45. At 6:45 we'll do introductions, and share any pertinent information about projects we're working on, job opportunities, and the like.
We'll try to start at 7:00 sharply so we can be done by 8:30.Read more
Savas Labs will host this session "Lightning talks - all things Drupal" at our home base again at the American Underground @ Main in downtown Durham. We will be looking into Raleigh options for the next meetup, so write if you've got space to offer.
We'll have pizza here at 6:30, and do some mingling until about 7:00. At 7:00 we'll do introductions, and share any pertinent information about projects we're working on, job opportunities, and the like.Read more
This job posted to one of the lists I'm on looks very good so I'm passing it on. I don't know anything about it.
Please pass along, we need a manager who understands the web: Drupal, Wordpress, Moodle, PHP, MySQL etc.
I want to let everyone know that the leadership position replacing [name omited] in the School of Social Work has been posted today. It’s open only a week, until 3/21.
This is an SHRA position at the IT Manager – Contributing level and a great opportunity to lead & manage a small but mighty team.
After a long lull in activity, Savas Labs would like to reinvigorate the TriDUG evening meetups. We recognize there is a lot of Drupal need and experience here in the Triangle, and we want to collaborate more with our local community. With the help of Barb Baranski, we have sent out a questionnaire to the group to better understand interests, days and locations that will work for the group, and you have responded!
We'll host the first session at our home base, the American Underground @ Main in downtown Durham.Read more
Girl Develop It is hosting a two-hour Drupal workshop with Ruby Sinreich on March 16. Class will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
More details are here:
Cost is $20/person.
Please share with folks who might be interested in getting into Drupal.
Head's up, all —
The Fuqua School of Business Global Marketing Office Front End Web Developer
The Front End Web Developer will report to the Director of Digital Strategy and Development and will work closely with the Web and Interactive Project Manager/Producer to develop digital marketing campaigns and with our Web Designer/Developer to develop websites according to branding guidelines.
Click here for more details — the link will take you to Duke's Brassring job listing service.
Thanks! — KyleRead more
It has been a while since there has been a lot of activity in TriDUG. We want to change that!
A lot has been going on in the Drupal Community, and there are a lot of new users and developers giving it a try. We'd like to hear from about the kinds of events you would like to see, and when and where would work best for you. Please fill out this survey:
Barb BaranskiRead more
We'll be atop the Durham Hotel in downtown Durham from 5:00 on today celebrating this huge milestone in the land of Drupal. Spoiler alert, we've got a couple heavy-hitting Drupal 8 contributors weighing in at 0.0028% and 0.0056% contribution to D8 commits! Come learn more about these amazing people.Read more
I've been working a lot on back-end/module stuff, that I hardly know my way around the front side of things.
I have a very simple site (my personal site) that I am trying to convert into Drupal. Mainly for training purposes.
I'm finding that I am in need of someone to help me get through what I feel are some simple things, but I've only seen some videos on. However, it's never a real-world type of thing.
Is there anyone out there willing to spend some time with me to open my eyes a bit. I promise, it won't take long for me to get it. I just need shown direction.Read more
Location: Bull City Coworking / 112 S Duke St, Durham, NC
Please RSVP via the TriDUG meetup page: http://www.meetup.com/triDUG
- (6:30ish) 6:45-7:00 Arrival / Catch up
- 7:00-7:10 Go round / announcements / Jobs available-needed
- 7:10-8:00 Lightning talks - DrupalCON GOERS WANTED TO DEBRIEF US HERE.
- 8:00-9:00 SPEAKER NEEDED... Don't have to be expert.. show off your site... Tell about how you're solved a problem.. we don't bite! (Otherwise I may drone on about something...lol)
- 9:00 - (Optional) Adjourn to Lilly's Pizza
Triangle-area Drupalers and cartography enthusiasts: please join us from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM on April 24 at the American Underground @ Main. The Savas team will be working on porting Views GeoJSON to Drupal 8.Read more
Forcontu is offering 10 x Training Scholarships for the Expert in Drupal 7 online course (valued at USD1350). If you want to apply, complete the form before April 15, 2015. On April 16 we will announce the 10 winners of a scholarship to join the course completely free. The course will be conducted from May 4 to December 4 (7 months).
More information and registration at:Read more
The group organizers met recently, and we're looking for ways to make TriDUG an organization that is of use to you for as many things as you need - networking, support, education, etc. We've put together a brief survey to see how we're doing and gather feedback from you, the most important element of this group!
Please fill out the survey before Friday, Feb 27th. We'll report on the results at the next evening meetup after that.
Thank you!!Read more
Everyone is welcome; if you have built a site in Drupal, you can contribute. We will split into groups and work on Drupal core issues. Bring your laptop. For new folks: you can get a head start also by making an account on Drupal.org, getting some contribution tools, and developers can install git before coming and git clone Drupal 8 core.
We will also be working on supporting COD for an offical 1.0 release.
You can learn more about the Global Sprint Weekend at https://groups.drupal.org/node/447258Read more
Dear Drupal Developer,
Utrecht University is working on a research to investigate Drupal's Ecosystem. Drupal Ecosystem was selected among the other Content Management Systems as the most healthiest and developer friendly. Within the framework of this research this survey is conducted to analyse the factors that initiate Drupal's developers to work on the Drupal community through common projects, theming, translation, support, organizing, or other avenues.Read more