This group is for everyone living in the DC metro area who's interested in Drupal. You can post here about anything relating to DC and Drupal, whether that's local job postings, events, or just a call out to talk shop over beers.
You can also find us in a couple of other places:
- Group on Meetup.com for events (they handle events better, with reminder emails and whatnot)
- Group on groups.drupal.org for discussions and job posts (that's here)
- #drupal-dc on freenode
- @DrupalDC on Twitter
We have a great meetup every month where we get together to connect in person. The target audience is Drupal developers, users, and people who want to learn more about Drupal. We start the meetups with a round of very focused lightning talks that discuss real world solutions to existing problems, new work people have done, and Drupal news. Some of these talks are about code, and some are not. We do ask that all presenters talk on a level that everyone - including non-developers - can follow. After the talks, we chat over beer, and maybe play a few games of foosball.
We're open to ways to improve the meetups and this group, so speak up if you have ideas!
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is looking for an experienced designer/developer to join the team working to build and maintain their web presence (https://www.atf.gov) using Drupal. You will work with other Drupal developers, content managers and key stakeholders to create and maintain the official ATF website. You should be an experienced and motivated individual who is willing to tackle and solve problems whether they’re front-end or back-end. This position is in the ATF building in Washington D.C. and all applicants must be able to pass a background check.Read more
Happy DC summer! Ah, the lovely heat and humidity.
I am hoping some kind sould is willing to share experience about Drupal web translation options and process. Experience with LingoTek a double plus (currently we have a module installed on our Drupal 7 site). Good walkthroughs or written resources that might get me started are also appreciated.
Happy to buy you coffee if you're avaialable to meet downtown!
Cheers & Thanks,
Once again php[architect] is hosting php[world] in the D.C. area this fall (in Tyson's Corner). This conference takes place November 14-18th and focuses on bringing various PHP communities, such as Drupal, WordPress, Symfony, and Laravel together to spend a week learning from each other!
We've announced our full schedule: https://world.phparch.com/schedule/
And we are excited by our Drupal Track this year, which focuses on new things in Drupal 8 and preparing Drupal Developers for it!:
My firm TSymmetry is supporting Accenture Federal Services on a project with the SEC in the DC metro area. They are looking to add 7-8 Drupal/Web Developer resources to the project.
This is going to be a 6-8 month project with a high likelihood of an extension. If you are interested in hearing more about the positions, let me know and I will be happy to have a more detailed discussion with you.
Please feel free to contact me at email@example.com
So, we were able to add Tuesday training this year!
GovCon training for Tuesday includes Performance tuning and testing and a sort of Hello Drupal 8 type course. Another one is Behat testing, project management and you can even take a half day on Security from one of our keynotes!!
And that's just TUESDAY!!
Lots of great training still available:Read more
Pleasure to be posting here for the first time. I've been scouring my networks for Drupal developers and been honestly surprised how few and far between they've been. Hopefully now I've landed in the right spot.
If you are someone who is interested in very ad-hoc paid work on a beautiful site (www.securenutrition.org) -- I'm talking maybe 10 days in a calendar year -- please, please do read on. It's also an opportunity to throw World Bank on your CV, if you're interested in that (or maybe it's more like selling out??)Read more
Good afternoon all
My agency is looking to move our directives website to, we hope a web application. We need to move it to our current CMS but in the future we will like to host it in Drupal 8.
The site has about 15 pages and hundreds of pdf files that are the directives, procedures, certificates …. with their respective pending/old/new versions. We were wondering if someone can share their set up with their pros and cons, lesson learned and any recommendations. The current site is hosted right now at http://redirect.state.sbu/?url=http://www.nws.noaa.gov/directives/.Read more
Join us for a special July Cookout Meetup hosted at Mindgrub. Mindgrub is putting out a spread and talking about web services and REST in Drupal.
On the menu... sausages, pulled pork and brisket, baked beans, mac and cheese. Libations will also be provided.
1215 E. Fort Avenue, Suite 200
Baltimore, MD 21230
The team of amazing developers at Georgetown University are expanding and looking for a Senior Drupal Developer to improve existing D7 and build new D8 projects. Someone with Drupal 8 / Symfony as well as Continuous Integrations skills are welcomed!
Both salary and benefits are great!
Thanks to our awesome community, we had over 200 session submissions! How crazy is that??? We worked with our speakers, moved some times around to adjust for speaker schedules, and now have a final schedule! As with life, all things are subject to change, but we’re feeling confident that this is as close to final as you can get when you are a month out.Read more
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Maryland College Park campus is seeking a new web developer to support and improve our Drupal web sites.
Salary range is 59,200 to 74,000 a year.
If you are interested in applying, please see the full posting at https://ejobs.umd.edu/postings/42614
Position closes June 7.Read more
DCWW is looking for speakers!
We are crafting a conference program made up of two-hour immersive
workshops, and we want you to share your expertise.
We are accepting workshop proposals for the following topics:
App Development (Web and Mobile)
Cyber Security & DevOps
Digital Strategy (Content Strategy & Social Media)
Help us build the next generation of female technologists, and submit your
workshop proposal by June 15, 2016.
Submit a proposal:Read more
I am a Technical Architect working at Acquia, who has attained the Drupal Grand Master certification. I have assembled and taught a thorough curriculum which teaches all that you need to become a Drupal 7 developer, regardless of your background. A colleague from Acquia and former graduate of the class, Malik Kotob, and myself will both be available as teachers in the upcoming semester. The course is offered by Debug Academy and is held in the greater Washington D.C. area.Read more
Come join Drupal friends for the 3rd Annual Drupal Camp PA as they plot to take over the Internet! Set on the University of Pittsburgh's campus, you can participate in sessions, workshops, and spontaneously flocking BoFs. This camp is focused on "Bridging Higher Education & Industry."Read more
Brian will be opening up his bag of cool geek tools for us.
We meet, talk Drupal and maybe have a beer. Often we have a presentation and sometimes we just have casual conversation. Either way come join us to learn more about Drupal and meet other Drupalistas.Read more
Join us Friday October 7, 2016 at the Frederick Douglass-Isaac Myers Maritime Park in Fells Point.
Baltimore DrupalCamp gathers web professionals, content experts and all sorts of people who use Drupal. The camp offers opportunities to learn new skills and meet other professionals.Read more
Please join us on May 17th at 7:00 pm for the next Drupal NoVA meetup at Bixal and a presentation on Multilingual in Drupal 8. Please try to arrive early, as close to 7 as possible. because we'll be starting a bit earlier on this one.
Developing multilingual websites with Drupal has changed significantly for the better in Drupal 8. Carla Briceno and John Shortess of Bixal will provide an overview of multilingual in Drupal 8 and do a brief demo to show you how it works!Read more
The Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) seeks a Digital Content and Design Assistant. We’re looking for an eager, self-starter interested in growing their career in social media, website development, digital communications and graphic design at the organization that supports the heart of the DC metro region.Read more