The Wellington Drupal Meetup, taking place on the first Tuesday of the month, is emergent Wellington heavy-weight community of forwards thinking web developers.
Catalyst hosts the meet-ups at Level 3, 150 Willis St, Sparks Interactive graciously sponsor beer & pizza, and Xequals covers the meetup.com fees and otherwise provides organisation of these events. Alex Matthews currently fulfils the role as host.
We are a fun, diverse group of people, who all appreciate learning, discovering new web trends, and of course sharing a good conversation over a drink. Every one is welcome to our group. We are well-networked with other Drupal communities around Wellington, NZ, and the world - meaning we always have lots of relevant, awesome content to share.
Come on over and meet the crew!
Welcome to the Wellington Drupal Meetup!
August 2 · 6:00 PM
August Wellington Drupal Meetup - beer, pizza, d8 sites, yit.nz, D8 API, OS//OS
Increasingly we all have some rad D8 sites to show off. So come along and learn something new, see what the rest of the community is up to, and share your own recent... Learn more
July 5 · 6:00 PM
July Wellington Drupal Meetup - beer, pizza, site recipes
The Drupal web kitchen is open for business.
This month we're talking site recipes - both manual and automated. How do you go about deploying Drupal websites and... Learn more
June 7 · 6:00 PM
June Wellington Drupal Meetup - beer, pizza, architecture and planning
Back by popular demand, the next Wellington Drupal Meetup is going to be focused around architecture and planning. We've talked about it a lot in the past but it keeps... Learn more
May 3 · 6:00 PM
May Wellington Drupal Meetup - beer, pizza, Drupal8 stability, disruptive trends
Welcome to another Drupal event loaded with interesting, stimulating Drupal CMS related conversations!
When starting new Drupal website projects, are you still using... Learn more
April 5 · 6:00 PM
April Wellington Drupal Meetup - beer, pizza, scaling and caching
Famous for being #6 in the 10 Tricks to Appear Smart During Meetings (link), the question of scalibility is actually a genuine one, and worth taking seriously in our... Learn more