Last Saturday (February 22nd, 2014), thirty-one Drupalers joined together at Classic Graphics for the Charlotte Drupal Drive-in. The day was full of presentations, BOFs, and general chatting about Drupal and related web technologies.
The day-long, un-conference-style event was the brainchild of Thomas Lattimore. After CharDUG wasn't able to pull together the human resources to repeat the success of DrupalCamp Charlotte 2012, Thomas mentioned that he had an idea. Since he knew organizers had limited time to commit to planning, he wanted to host an un-conference-style event, allowing for simpler planning than a full-blown Drupal camp. You can learn more about his concept on the DruaplEasy Podcast.
I had the pleasure of presenting an intro to Meteor at last night's TriangleJS meetup. It was a super fun night with lots of folks showing up and asking great questions. TriangleJS is a great group and I highly recommend attending one of their meetups if you are in the Triangle NC area.
I have been working on a few Meteor presentations as a part of the Meteor community in Charlotte. I wanted my presentations to have a Meteor feel, so I used the look and feel of meteor.com to setup a theme for Keynote. Thanks to meteor.com's very cool background, curved cornered white rectangles, and liberal use of Helvetica Neue, I think it works out quite well.