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Developer Tools and Workflows Presentation at CharDUG (Charlotte Drupal User Group)

I presented on Developer Tools and Workflows at a recent CharDUG meetup. I talked about many broad concepts and some specific tools. It was fun and interactive with lots of great questions. The presentation wrapped up with a demonstration of New Relic by Matt Parker.

You will find my slide deck below.

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Charlotte Drupal Drive-in 2015 Wrap-up

Charlotte Drupal Drive-in logo Last Saturday (February 21st, 2015), thirty-five Drupalers joined together at Classic Graphics for the sencond annual 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 and 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.

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Spectacle Digital Signage Publishing System Sprint

Spectacle is an open source digital signage publishing system for displaying content on any screen. The content is administered by Drupal and displayed using Meteor.

Classic Graphics, SUAR IT at UNC Charlotte, CharDUG, and Meteor Charlotte are sponsoring a Spectacle sprint on July 25th form 9am-4pm ET at Classic Graphics.

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Charlotte Drupal Drive-in Wrap-up

Charlotte Drupal Drive-in logo 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.

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