Join people from Amnesty International, Greenpeace UK, Comic Relief, Concern Worldwide and a bunch of other social change organisations for informal discussions around how we're currently using Drupal, our plans for using it in the future and to explore the ways in which we might collaborate!
QArea will be hosting a second webinar about Drupal deployment issues and ways of resolving them with Features module and Drush.
Drupal developers from QArea Andrey and Yaroslav, will be covering topics like:
For our seventh Drupal Yorkshire, Matt Smith (co-maintainer for Omega) is heading over the hills from Manchester to Leeds, to present a talk on guess what? Omega, one of the most popular contributed Drupal themes. It has had a facelift, and it’s almost unrecognisable!
Drupal Yorkshire Meetup #6 highlight will be Nathan Lisgo presenting a live talk on Behat at Curve Agency's offices in Leeds city centre. They will be supplying free beer and pizza for all Eventbrite registrants! We usually start loosely around 6:30-7pm we'll probably finish up around 8:30pm and head to the nearest pub for various additional refreshments and Drupal talk.
We are running a two day CiviCRM training course in London which should be useful for any Drupal for NGOs folk that are using or thinking of using CiviCRM. The price is £400 for two days.
CiviCRM meetup next Wednesday 9th May in Central London.
We wil be focusing on:
* CiviMobile - a new mobile app for CiviCRM
* Making CiviCRM webcasts
* CiviCRM case studies
A two day user and administrator training which takes you through everything that you can do with CiviCRM out of the box (fundraising, event management, email campaigns, membership management, etc.). The training costs £400 and is suitable for those that are new to CiviCRM and for current users and administrators that want to better understand how CiviCRM works. The trainers include
An informal after work event at Third Sector Design's offices at TechHub, Old Street. We'll have two presentations showing off what you can do with CiviCRM, a Q+A session and a chance to meet and mingle with other CiviCRM users and developers. Meet-ups are free a great way to get to learn more about CiviCRM and are suitable for those
We’ve all seen the increase in demand for quality Drupal skills, which is why we have put together a comprehensive 12 course syllabus of Drupal training courses. These courses cover all levels of Drupal development, for both Drupal 6 and 7. We’ve tailored these courses so that you can get your condensed, high quality Drupal training at a venue that suits you.
Hello folks. We’re very excited to announce our session schedule for CiviCon London 2011: http://london2011.civicrm.org/program/sessions. Whether you are new to CiviCRM or an experienced user or developer, you should find plenty to spark your interest.
Drupal For NGOs is a series of events aimed at empowering NGOs to implement and manage their websites by knowing which modules to use and how to configure them. Each event will cover a topic in detail, showcase recent projects, and feature a Drupal question and answer session.
CiviCon London is taking place at Skills Matter in the centre of the City on the 22nd August 2011 from 9am to 6pm.
CiviCon is the international meeting of CiviCRM users, implementers and developers to share knowledge, experience and to discuss the future of the project.
This training is suitable for anyone that wants to get a better understanding of the best ways to implement, customise and develop with CiviCRM - it is suitable for developers, consultants and technical staff at non profits, political / membership orgs, etc.
We are super pleased to be able to offer CiviCRM training in partnership with the core CiviCRM team this April in London.
We're sponsoring a few projects in the coming months. First of all we are going to start with powerful invoice module for Drupal. We found a few modules in Drupal but they are not really flexible and features are very limited right now. So we decided to integrate with one of the best opensource invoicing app.
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