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Columbia Happy Hour - Beverage Subgroup

A chance to relax, enjoy some food and beverages of choice, and socialize with other Baltimore and Columbia area PHPers.

Frisco Grille has one of the best beer selections in the area. This is a great opportunity to meet some of the local Baltimore PHP community in a non-work, relaxed, social environment.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    I've spent the last year learning Drupal from the deep-end and being beraded for not doing things "the Drupal way". Along the way I got to work with some Drupal 'purists', who couldn't write a custom module to save their lives, but can build some pretty sophisticated, even database-driven, UIs without writing a line of code. Pretty impressive if I do say so myself. The thing is everyone I talk to is all about "the Drupal way", but having learned Drupal from the inside out, I know that for every one thing Drupal excels at there's half a dozen things that are either beyond inefficient I mean way beyond), don't work, or require some kind of programming to do well. So why is there this stigma against "progammatic Drupal" development. I can hack the hell out of Drupal AND I'M PROUD OF IT!

    January 15, 2013

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