While BADCamp may be taking a hiatus for 2021, San Francisco Drupal User’s Group continues to be in full swing providing the quality content we all love and expect from our Drupal community and beyond.
Here’s what’s coming up at SFDUG...
Curious about running a Pantheon/Platform-like system on AWS?
Salim Lakhani, Ambassador with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF.io) and the CTO of DevPanel, is building out a Community Edition (CE) version of their platform and is looking for feedback and participants to work with. Whether you're running 1 site or 200 sites, on Drupal or WordPress, join us to discover what DevPanel CE is all about.
Join Mike Herchel, senior front-end developer at Lullabot, for a highly entertaining and informative talk. He will walk attendees through the evolution of Olivero’s primary navigation from its inception to reaching stability.
The first rule of slideshows is to not have slideshows...
According to W3 schools: “Carousels are disputed from a usability perspective because their content can be hard to discover. Ensuring accessibility can also improve usability.” But, what do you do when the primary stakeholder insists?
Join AmyJune Hineline, Community Ambassador and QA Engineer at Kanopi Studios, to learn about the different types of slideshows (often called carousels), discuss their components, and dive into how to make our slideshow accessible across different types of users and user agents.
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We can't host our meetups or lunch & learns without willing speakers! Volunteer to speak or request a topic for a future meetup and we'll find a speaker.
We value diversity on our planning committee, and among our volunteers, speakers, and attendees. This includes gender, cultural background, and many other perspectives that make up our unique community. We know that learning about a topic from a different angle is valuable and enriches us all. We welcome and encourage submissions from EVERYONE!
We invite folks to step outside of their comfort zone and consider speaking at SFDUG!
Opportunities to sponsor SFDUG are now available. We meet regularly on the second Thursday of the month and our attendance has soared since going virtual!
Interested in sponsoring SFDUG? We can help you do that. Email AmyJune at firstname.lastname@example.org.