A few of us are getting together in Seattle on Wednesday, March 15th, to
start planning a DrupalCamp for Seattle!

All are welcome...
We're meeting upstairs at 1:30 at Caffe Vita in Capitol Hill:
http://www.caffevita.com/location.html

If you're interested, but can't make it, drop me a line... we'll probably
try and get an email list together soon.

So far the people attending are:
- Samantha Moscheck
- Gregory Heller
- Jakob Perry
- Mike Moscheck
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Seattle Drupal Developer Meeting

What: Informal gathering and planning sessions
Who: Drupal developers, implementors and professionals as well as people
interested in learning more about Drupal.
Goals: Meet each other, network, begin planning Drupal Camp Seattle.
Price: Free

We're meeting upstairs at 1:30 at Caffe Vita in Capitol Hill:
http://www.caffevita.com/location.html
Cafe Vita 1005 East Pike

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As conceived of so far, The Seattle Drupal-Camp will be a 5-day long intensive training for PHP/MySQL
developers with 1 day devoted to CivicCRM integration, covering topics such
as:
- Drupal module development
- Drupal theming
- Drupal module theming

And potentially also something like an overview of building Drupal website
and some best practices, modules to know about, etc.

I think some PHP resources and exercises should be put together for folks
less familiar with PHP to go through prior to the training, or something of
that nature.

Comments

austintnacious’s picture

Hi,

I'm looking for an experienced Drupal developer in the Seattle area who'd like to sell me a few hours of her/his time.

I'd like to sit down together in my West Seattle home office at my machine and get a few pointers on a new Drupal project.

Hosting is set up, Drupal 6.4 is installed and working and I've turned on and installed and configured some core and contrib modules (pathauto, xml-sitemap, google-analytics, DHTML Menu etc.)

I've also downloaded and installed the Zen theme and have my own sub theme set as the default and ready to go.

I just need a boost to get the project rolling.

I've read through "Building Powerful and Robust Websites with Drupal 6" by David Mercer and am about to start on "Selling Online with Drupal e-Commerce" by Michael Peacock.

I have plenty of experience hand-coding xHTML and CSS, I've just never built a site this way before and feel I could benefit from some face to face coaching.

If this sounds interesting to you call me at 2O6 7I5 6I9I, let me know your hourly rate and we can go from there.