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Quinn Dombrowski is the Digital Humanities Coordinator in the Research IT group. She is the director of the DiRT Directory of digital research tools, and is writing a book on Drupal for humanists.
The Drupal Developers’ Circle brings together faculty, students and staff who are building websites using Drupal, or who are learning to use Drupal. The group generally takes the form of a Q&A session, where people bring in their problems or questions, and anyone can help find a solution. People who are just starting with Drupal may watch training videos on headphones (we can offer suggestions of videos), and ask any questions that arise. The Drupal Developers’ Circle generally focuses on academic Drupal sites (those directly connected to research or teaching), but people who run administrative sites are also welcome to participate. The Drupal Developers’ Circle takes a “no custom code” approach to solving problems wherever possible, emphasizing the use of modules written and supported by others.
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