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Drupal 101: Getting Started
If you are considering Drupal, or are just getting started with your implementation, then this session is the perfect place for you to start. We'll cover how and why open source CMS's and, in particular, Drupal, are particularly suited for nonprofits. Then, we'll talk about the key out-of-the-box functionality and design best practices to help you get your version set up correctly, right from the start. We'll cover key Drupal concepts, such as theme, module, and database, to help you better interact with the Drupal community.
(Please note this is the first part of a 4-part Webinar Series: Drupal for Nonprofit Decision Makers.)
Presented by: Sean Larkin, Project Manager and Drupal Developer; Brian
Jamison, Founder and CEO, OpenSourcery
OpenSourcery develops websites and custom applications for nonprofits, small businesses, startups and government agencies, using 100% open source software. We are Drupal experts with a history of contributing important modules to the community. Our team of engineers, designers, project managers, systems administrators, business developers, and entrepreneurs understand technology from every angle.
Brian Jamison is a seasoned entrepreneur with many technology-related companies to his credit. He has worked with Linux, open source, and the Internet professionally since 1995. Brian serves as President for the Portland Open Source Software Entrepreneurs (POSSE) and as advisor, mentor, or board member for numerous startups. He actively promotes safe, renewable biodiesel as a locally-produced fuel source.
Sean Larkin has led national community organizing initiatives and international relief projects, served as a fundraising strategist for environmental groups worldwide, and run his own open source software consultancy specializing in Drupal development.