Packt is pleased to be able to support User Groups around the world. We do all we can as a publisher to help support User Groups.
- We are happy to send copies of our books to groups to review and publish on their site
- We can also offer User Groups discounts on all of our books when ordered through www.PacktPub.com
- We are happy to donate books as prizes for competitions at User Group meetings
If you are a member of a User Group and would like to learn more about what Packt can offer you, please use the submission form.
DrupalSouth is New Zealand's premier Drupal community event. It features case studies, presentations, workshops and discussions on all things Drupal and is the largest national gathering of Drupal developers, designers, contributors and business folk. The first was held in Christchurch in 2008.Registrations for the conference are doubling each time and it is set to become a regular and anticipated event.
Fire On The Bay was founded in October 2007 and meets on the third Tuesday of every month. The group is the only Adobe Fireworks user group in North America. Our group consists of Web Developers, User Interaction Designers, and Graphic artists.For more information, please visit: www.FireOnTheBay.org
The Fort Smith .NET User Group exists to provide an environment in which local Microsoft .NET developers can learn about .NET and related technologies as well as network with other developers in the area.
The Fort Worth Web Design Meetup Group is a vendor and technology neutral group of web professionals and hobbyists from many backgrounds and experiences that meet together on a regular basis to discuss and share web design and development tips, techniques and technologies. Our group is non-profit and community driven. Membership to the group is free and open to the public.
Frankfurt Linux User Group consists of a core of 50+ people and some more participants on their mailing list. They meet three times a month: regular's table, paper presentation and programming workshop. These regular activities are visited by around 30-40 people. Apart from this many members meet irregularily in smaller groups to carry out smaller projects. Their focus lies on assistance with linux systems, spreading programming skills and stimulating open source development.
The Front Range PHP Users Group (FRPUG) is located in Colorado Springs and serves PHP enthusiasts in the Rocky Mountain region. The FRPUG hosts substantive presentations, discussions, and technical material on a monthly basis revolving around the PHP web development language and supporting technologies. PHP developers of all skill levels are welcome to join us in building a friendly and informative community both online and in person.