Guest Presentation: Michael Sypes will be talking on combining Forms with Views
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The day after Michael's enlightening lecture, I started using an analysis tracking technique in a discussion in my day trading Signal Room ($5,000/year dues). I noticed this technique was invented from some of the best practices I saw in Michael's lecture. I suggest we report, here, the benefits in our coding practice that is derived from attending the Drupal User Group meetings. In this way we can; 1. learn from others; 2. acknowledge the benefits derived from the speakers; 3. get more value by participating in the narrative in the online Meetup facility. Of course, the club organizers can run the club however they want to. We might find new ways to detect and identify which future speakers give members the most benefits using this "post event impact reporting" method.
0 · January 24
Could the organizers kindly provide some parking information for the next meeting, preferably free parking. My usual parking lot was full. The university is not a easy place to navigate in the dark for an outsider like me, so I had to return home disappointed. Not a complaint, just a request.
0 · January 23
The is ample parking, not free ($1.00/hr), on Myrtle Avenue. It's convenient to both Lattie Coor and wherever we go for beer afterward.
Thanks for coming. Hope it was a useful presentation.
1 · January 24
could not attend as I could not find parking
Ramu. one parking trick was the now closed restaurant at Mill Ave and University, in the S.E corner. Free, no time limit, no towing. P.S. The landowner did not renew the lease and is building something new and spectacular. The post-meeting, beer drink after-get together was at the Firehouse, across the street (convenient).
Those who attended Michael A. Sypes' presentation tonight, please tell him, here, in these comments, that his lecture was 1. wonderful; 2. awesome; 3. a tour de force; 4. proved how complex it can be to produce good running Drupal website.
My take on Michael's presentation, as I said in the group when he asked for feedback, is "Michael, it was awesome, it was not confusing." To me, he showed mastery of his tools, lots of best practices, and how he picks and chooses what works for him and drops what he doesn't feel good with - which is an intuitive rule that, I say, we all should follow.
I'll be at SANDCamp, so I can't make it this week. Hope you all have a good time!
0 · January 20
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