Greg Anderson is one of the maintainers of Drush the "Drupal Shell".
Come to SFDUG to find out about the latest new features in Drush.
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Awesome, thank you!
1 · February 12, 2014
It is challenging to present Drush to a room predominantly consisting of developers who have been using it for years, but I think I managed to teach a thing or two to most present. I have posted the slides from the presentation on the resources page of drush.org: http://t.co/7EsENkXmQ8
Thanks for inviting me to speak; I had a good time, and it was great to meet all who were there.
3 · February 11, 2014
Greg it was great to have you. I personally learned a lot as I have not played much with alias stuff to login etc. It was fun stuff. Hoping you will come back soon to show some new tricks which you have up your sleeve. I really had a good time and it was great to meet you in person.
0 · February 11, 2014
I learned a lot. Very useful presentation!
It was great to have you!
Thanks for coming, totally inspired to do some Drush hacking today.
0 · February 10, 2014
The matrix glitches when I sent this the first time. If you are seeing this for the second time, apologies...If anyone is interested in learning more about Kalatheme and Kalabox, but couldn't make it to the DUG a few weeks back, the City of San Francisco is having Kalamuna Co-Founder Alec Reynolds as a guest speaker, and the public is welcome. It's on Monday, February 10th at 12:30. Location: 1 South Van Ness, 2nd Floor. Once you get to the second floor, look for the Department of Technology. Ask for the Drupal User Group at the front desk.
0 · February 6, 2014
Wow, wish I could be there... The more I use it, the more it becomes a necessity!
0 · February 3, 2014
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