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Announcing the 2019 Charlotte Drupal Drive-in!

After three successful Charlotte Drupal Drive-in events in 2014, 2015, and 2018, the Charlotte Drupal User Group (CharDUG) is bringing it back on March 2nd, 2019. The format of the event is unconference style, allowing for a relaxed atmosphere where beginner and seasoned Drupalers alike are able discuss their projects, ideas, and ask questions.Charlotte Drupal Drive-in

Whether you want to discuss your projects with others, have an impromptu talk you would like to give, or a polished slide-deck presentation, you will be given the chance to pitch your idea(s). Once the pitches are made, every attendee will get to vote on the ones they find most interesting. This setup makes the event informal, the schedule fluid, and the topics dynamic. Most of all we have a lot of fun!

While Drupal is the focus, we will also welcome talks on other topics!

Suggested topics ideas:

  • Drupal 8 experimental modules and future of Drupal 9
  • React, React Native, GatsbyJS, and other JavaScript technologies
  • Decoupled Drupal
  • Contributing to open source
  • SEO and Marketing
  • Development tools (IDEs, text editors, Drush, Composer, terminal, etc.)
  • DevOps, deployments, continuous integration, etc.
  • QA and automated testing
  • Show and tell your web or application project
  • Your idea goes here!

Bring a talk idea or just come and hangout!

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Demystifying Decoupled Drupal with Contenta CMS Presentation at Drupal Camp Asheville

It was a pleasure to present "Demystifying Decoupled Drupal with Contenta CMS" with Bayo Fodeke at Drupal Camp Asheville 2018 on July 14th, 2018. I want to thank the organizers, volunteers, attendees, presenters, and sponsors for making another awesome year in the beautiful North Carolina mountains. This is one great camp that gets better and better each year.

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CharDUG Presents Drupal 8 Training Series

CharDUG logoDuring the past few CharDUG (Charlotte Drupal User Group) meetings, I realized that we have a real need to help our existing Charlotte area Drupalers using Drupal 7 to move on to Drupal 8. There is also a huge opportunity to train those completely new to web development and Drupall. Out of some recent conversations, I have put together a training series that will span the next 6 months and become the focus for each of our monthly meetings on the 2nd Wednesday of each month.

The CharDUG Drupal 8 Training Series is a comprehensive set of training workshops to get attendees up to speed with all aspects of Drupal 8. Whether you are brand new to Drupal, focused on content management, a frontend or backend developer, or devops engineer, this series contains what you will need to utilize Drupal 8 to its potential.

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Announcing the 2018 Charlotte Drupal Drive-in!

Charlotte Drupal Drive-inAfter two successful Charlotte Drupal Drive-in events in 2014 and 2015, the Charlotte Drupal User Group (CharDUG) is bringing it back on March 3rd, 2018. The format of the event is unconference style, allowing for a relaxed atmosphere where beginner and seasoned Drupalers alike are able discuss their projects, ideas, and ask questions.

Whether you want to discuss your projects with others, have an impromptu talk you would like to give, or a polished slide-deck presentation, you will be given the chance to pitch your idea(s). Once the pitches are made, every attendee will get to vote on the ones they find most interesting. This setup makes the event informal, the schedule fluid, and the topics dynamic. Most of all we have a lot of fun!

While Drupal is the focus, we will also welcome talks on development tools, JavaScript frameworks, decoupled Drupal, SEO, web marketing, hosting, and more. Bring a talk idea or just come and hangout!

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Drupal SEO Presentation at CharDUG

I had a great time talking general and Drupal SEO at last night's CharDUG meetup! Just wanted to drop my slide deck here for reference. There are a lot of fantastic links in the deck.

Thanks to Mediacurrent for having a great culture for internal training. They invested in a large group of staff to go through the SEO Olympian program. I also want to thank the Mediacurrent Digital Strategy team for putting this training together. This training inspired me to dig more into SEO and put together this presentation and live demo of Drupal SEO modules.

I hope to present this talk again in the future.

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