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Drupalistas make their mark at DrupalCamp [Events Roundup]

Plus: Baltimore Node wants to show you around its makerspace.

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This week, hack the night away with Baltimore Node, tackle the self-paced “Intro to Linux” with Charm City Linux, join the Baltimore Gamer Meetup for First Tuesday’s TableTop Game Night and settle in with Baltimore Drupal Meetup during this year’s Baltimore DrupalCamp.

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Baltimore DrupalCamp
The Baltimore Drupal community gathers this Friday for fun-filled sessions, networking and training on the open-source content management platform.
Friday, Nov. 7
8 a.m.
University of Baltimore, William H. Thumel Sr. Business Center, Baltimore city.
Registration Required. RSVP.

Baltimore Gamer Meetup
It’s time for another Table Top Game Night with the members of the city’s Gamer Meetup. Head to Federal Hill to challenge all comers. Games are available, but feel free to bring your own.
Tuesday, Nov. 4
6:30 p.m.
Digital Harbor Tech Center, 1045 Light St., Baltimore city.
RSVP. FREE.

 
edX/Linux Foundation Intro to Linux Study Group #6
Join Charm City Linux as the group continues its “Intro to Linux” series.
Wednesday, Nov. 5
6:00 p.m.
AOL/Advertising.com, 1020 Hull St., Baltimore city.
RSVP. FREE.

 
Baltimore Node
Stop by the Baltimore Node makerspace and enlist the help of current Node members as you get acclimated with the space and use their cache of 3D printers and power tools on your next small-scale construction project.
Thursday, Nov 6
7 p.m.
Baltimore Node, 403 E. Oliver St., Baltimore city.
RSVP. FREE.

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