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Show & Tell - April=>May at Christian Aid
Apologies for the late announcement of this meetup, but maybe you've already seen it posted on London Drupal User Group (https://www.meetup.com/London-Drupal-User-Group/events/248834660/). Excuse us while we work out how best to move forward on re-organising Drupal London events. Despite our first meetup being the day before Easter weekend, which was not so convenient for some, we had a great evening of talks at Cancer Research UK, followed by best quality Drupal networking in the pub afterwards! Come and join us for our April Drupal Show and Tell! This is a great opportunity to learn from the interesting talks as well as a chance to mingle and meet new people within the Drupal world. This month we are meeting at Christian Aid, 35-41 Lower Marsh, Lambeth, London SE1 7RL - just a few mins walk from Waterloo station. Christian Aid will be sharing a case study on Deployment & Managing a single codebase for two Drupal 8 websites. They will share recent challenges they faced and how they overcame them. Leon Kessler ( https://www.drupal.org/u/leon-kessler ) will be giving his talk 'Building and developing with the Webform module in Drupal 8'. He will guide us through the Drupal 8 version of the module, show how it has changed since Drupal 7, and demo some of its new features. He will also talk about how it can be extended to satisfy custom requirements and go through examples from a recent project, where Webform was used to create configurable donation forms. Our third talk will be given by Keith Jay (MD, Designer & Developer) & Gareth Goodwin (Lead Drupal Developer) from Five Mile. You can find them on Drupal.org with https://www.drupal.org/u/kjay & https://www.drupal.org/u/smaz (https://www.drupal.org/u/smaz.). They will be giving a talk about the Out of the Box initiative (codename Umami) and how it's making Drupal 8 easier to use for those new to it. If you are interested in attending, please do sign up and RSVP. All the talks are recorded and published a few weeks after the event on the event’s website, which you can find at http://www.drupalshowandtell.com/ . We’re looking forward to re-launching the website soon too with new content: Looking forward to seeing you there! Do you want to speak at Show and Tell events? Or do you want to propose a specific session, speaker or a general topic you would like to learn more about? Help us by filling in this form: https://goo.gl/forms/d6GYJuMWpEuFM7E62 You won’t be able to attend? Don't worry. As stated above sessions are recorded and additional Show and Tell events will now happen regularly every month! We already have the May date and venue organised and will be announcing it soon.

Christian Aid

35-41 Lower Marsh, Waterloo · SE1 7RL

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    Drupal Show & Tell was organised and sponsored by Cameron & Wilding over many years and we are immensely grateful for all they invested and their continued support. You can learn more here: http://www.cameronandwilding.com/

    Head over to the dedicated Drupal Show and Tell site to see videos of previous talks: http://www.drupalshowandtell.com /

    Following a bit of a break, we'll again be holding monthly Drupal "Show and Tell" evenings at a number of Drupal organisations around central London. Each month we'll be calling on people to present a short Drupal related talk to the rest of the group.

    We hope to be able to provide refreshments and nibbles or sandwiches at each session (sponsors welcome) we'll have a drink in a nearby pub afterwards, so please join us for that too.

    Talks could be on anything from a neat solution you've discovered for a tricky problem to your latest favourite feature of Drupal 8. We aim to have a few talks that last around 15-20 minutes each (with some extra time for questions and discussion).

    You don't have to be a Drupal guru to submit a talk! We're looking for a diverse mix of talks and this is a relaxed atmosphere where people who've never done a Drupal presentation before should feel at home.

    If you're interested in speaking or just see a real need for a particular talk, please submit your idea here: https://goo.gl/forms/d6GYJuMWpEuFM7E62

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