Meet Vancouver users of Joomla®, the Web's grate dynamic content management system (CMS). Whether you're an absolute beginner learning the ropes or a power user blogging daily, or making professional web sites with Joomla, you are welcome to come out to exchange ideas, network with each other, and have a good time. We will try to learn from each other and have few training sessions on any Joomla topic included: Templates, Modules, Components, Development, Structure and lot more.
Our group will meet downtown vancouver at various restaurants and pubs in a "networking" fashion. We also hope to plan a monthly meet up with members of the group offering seminar style presentations with Q and A.
Interested in learning how you can can integrate the best CMS on the planet into your website projects? Come join us at our Vancouver Joomla! Users Group meetings. Whether you are a newbie just trying Joomla! out for the first time or an advanced user interested in creating your own custom extensions, this is the right place to expand your skills and knowledge.
The Vancouver Joomla! Users Group is a public group. To engage, join the group by clicking "Join Us" at the top right hand side of the page.
If you have a project you'd like to find a developer for, you can either:
• Contact the Leadership Team by scrolling down the sidebar and clicking the "Contact" button under "Organizers" and give us as many details as possible and we can see about finding a good fit for you.
Your first meetup is free. Donations are welcomed and needed to keep meetups going and spaces rented for the meetups. So please Chip In!
For more information on the group, please view our Past Events, Notice from Meetups, Code of Ethics and Message Board. You can also email one of the Organizers at joomlabayarea (at) gmail.com if you would like to learn more or have specific questions.
Join us! We'd love to have you in the group.
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