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321 NW Glisan St., Suite 700
Portland, OR 97209, us (map)

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  • Wednesday
    Oct 10 2018
    Portland Drupal! - Drupal Users Group Meeting


    NOTE: Updated address!

    The new ThinkShout office is across the street - 321 NW Glisan St, Suite 700 - there will be someone in the lobby helping to buzz people in. As usual, we will have food and refreshments provided by the host.

    On the second Wednesday of every month at a rotating location, come to the Portland Drupal User Group meetup to talk about Drupal and hear a few presentations.

    These meetups are for ALL levels of Drupal users, from those of us who have only briefly heard of it but are interested in learning more to those of us who know a lot of but are always looking to learn more! Come get involved!

    Check out the official Portland Drupal Users Group site at http://groups.drupal.org/portland . The site has more information about local Drupal meetups, events and opportunities.

    Following the meetup, we will head to a nearby pub for socializing.

    This month, we have a guest speaker, Evan Lovely (https://github.com/EvanLovely), the CTO of Basalt (http://basalt.io). Evan is the maintainer of the PHP version of PatternLab.

    If you have heard of PatternLab, you know that it is the de facto standard for creating, sharing and distributing design patterns for front end applications. This should be an interesting session.

    The first 30 minutes of the meetup will be socializing and dinner, followed by the two talks in whatever order they would like. If you are hiring or promoting an event, there will be a brief opportunity for announcements.
    Our meetup rotates each month, so check groups.drupal.org and meetup.com for next month's event, and our social meetup, Brewpal.
    FYI there is less than a month to go before session submissions (https://events.drupal.org/seattle2019/submit-session) close for DrupalCon Seattle, coming this spring. If you have never submitted before, now is a great time to talk to someone about your idea - we have several past speakers and track chairs who are happy to help you flesh out your idea.