Drupallers and such (devs and themers alike!) in and around Western New York State


This group generally meets twice monthly: online via Google+ Hangouts, and in person at venues around WNY, including Buffalo, Rochester, and Niagara Falls, NY—most recently in the centrally located metropolis we know as Batavia.

All of us have a hand in sites built with Drupal and/or use Drupal on a daily basis. Our active members are designers, developers, entrepreneurs, business people, and everything in between.

We meet to talk about recent Drupal news, upcoming releases, learn about other members’ projects, and hear presentations on subjects that both matter to us and motivate the Drupal community.

View the photos from our last camp: http://www.flickr.com/photos/eidolon_night/sets/72157633380870052/

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Official site: http://wnydug.net


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WNYDUG Monthly In-Person Meetup: Wednesday, 09/30/2015, 7 p.m. . . .

2015-09-30 19:00 - 21:00 America/New_York

As usual our monthly meetup is the last Wednesday of the month.


This month will be open topic.

As always, WNYDUG members and others are welcome to bring in Drupal questions, finds, and ideas.

BTW, check out our mailing list signup link: http://wnydug.net

Location and Directions

Coffee Culture
6 Court St.
Batavia, NY 14020


Special thanks to the pioneers at Webozy for making these meetings happen.

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Singlebrook Open Source Volunteer Day - Saturday, 9/19/15

Singlebrook would like to invite local / regional Drupal developers to join us here in Ithaca for an Open Source Volunteer Day on Sat., 9/19 from 9:30am-4:30pm.

More information about the event can be found via the Eventbrite registration link:

Please feel free to spread the word and/or sign up to code with us this weekend!



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[Free Webinar] Faster and Smarter Development with Drupal Console

2015-09-30 21:30 - 22:30 Asia/Kolkata

Managing the increasing complexity of Drupal 8 can be a daunting task for anyone. Writing a module involves a lot of boilerplate code. There are also a lot of things you need to know and do, just to get started with building a new module. These tasks can be repetitive and tedious, and can therefore create opportunities for errors. Fortunately, a lot of the new code can be generated automatically using Drupal Console.

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DrupalTO September 2015 Meetup: 1st Time Contributing to Drupal & Drupal 8 Meets AngularJS

2015-09-15 18:00 - 21:00 America/Toronto

Join us at our next DrupalTO meetup on Tuesday, September 15th at 6:00pm.

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