Views provides a really great interface for displaying data on your website. However, developing with Views can be confusing at first. I’m going to explain the basics of developing with Views.
DrupalCamp NYC 10 was one of the best Drupal camps I've ever attended. With around 400 attendees, it was definitely the biggest. Somehow, it still had the intimate feel of a camp and there were lots of opportunities for conversations and networking, both during the day and at the after party.
Last weekend, we headed down to Manchester for DrupalCamp New Hampshire. Building on last year's successful Drupal beginner training day, the local user group organized an awesome one-day camp with 30+ great sessions, training, and even a code sprint.
Last weekend, five members of our team went down to Boston for the third annual Drupal Design Camp. Held on the MIT campus at the Stata Center, the camp was a great success, extremely well organized, and lots of fun to attend. On the drive back to Montreal, I was thinking about why Drupal Camp is so important to both building a local Drupal community, and to fostering the talents of individuals.
We're having a great time at Drupal Camp Boston this weekend. Here's a summary of the sessions we presented and the slides that accompany them.
Montreal's March Drupal Meetup was held this past Wednesday at Notman House, a co-working space and hub for entrepreneurship and tech innovation in Montreal. I think the exciting new venue was at least partly responsible for the fantastic turnout of 28 Drupal enthusiasts.
We had a very busy weekend at DrupalCamp Montreal over the past two days. All the sponsors and lots of volunteers from the community came together to make the event a success. About 200 attendees showed up, some from as far away as Boston and Guelph. We've certainly grown a lot as a community since our first camp of about 50 people in 2008.
Last weekend, Evolving Web headed to Toronto for another successful 2010 Drupal Camp. The Drupal community in Toronto is thriving, and there were lots of enthusiastic attendees including freelancers, hobbyists, and service providers. Attendees came from all over Southern Ontario, as well as Quebec and the United States.
Mark your calendars down for October 23 and 24 as Drupalers from across Canada and the world will descend upon Montreal for two days of sharing, coding, networking and sipping local micro-brew! The venue will still be McGill University, but this year the generous folks at the university have offered us 4 rooms in the iconic McIntyre Medical building.
As October quickly approaches, it’s time to think about DrupalCamp Montreal once again. The chatter on Drupal Groups had been gaining momentum until Andrew Lindsay and Jacques Blier took the initiative to set up a planning session this past Monday, Aug. 23. Eleven people showed up, and the discussion got quickly under way.
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