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We meet in different locations between Detroit and Ann Arbor.
Hello Michigan Drupalers!
Our next meetup will be March 7th at 7pm. We’ll meet at the office of Symmetri Technology (formerly Commercial Progression) in Northville. We’ll start out there with food and our program, and then for those who are interested, we’ll go around the corner for a drink afterwards. Please RSVP here on Meetup.com so we have an idea of how many people are coming.
At the meetup, we’ll have one 30-minute presentation and hopefully a couple of lightning talks about various topics. We’ll also have open Q&A time where you can ask others for help with all your Drupal problems.
Our main presentation will be “Amazing Emails from Drupal 8”. In this presentation, Wayne Eaker will show you how to generate great-looking HTML emails from Drupal, without having write any code. This is a talk that’s been accepted for DrupalCon in April, but you’ll be the first to see it at our meetup. (Full presentation description: https://bit.ly/2S0MGKC)
We’re also looking for a couple of people who will commit to giving lightning talks. These will be short informal presentations of around 10 minutes. You can demonstrate a library or module you like, tell us about some new CSS feature you’ve been using, walk us through an interesting project you’re working on, or tell us about anything else you think we’d like to know.
Are you willing to present a lightning talk at the meetup? Please email Wayne ([masked]) and let him know what you want to present. We’d like to get at least 2 people committed to doing these so we can announce the topics closer to the meetup date.
Thanks again to everyone for supporting this group, and we hope to see you all in March!