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September 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Deploying PHP Applications with Fabric Presentation by Jason Bouffard (@jpb0104) We’ll be taking a real world look at how 3SI Security Systems uses Fabric to deploy their web applications. Fabric (http://www.fabfile.org/) is a Python library and command-line tool for streamlining the use of SSH for application deployment or systems administration tasks. We’ll be covering […]

August 2015 Meeting

AUGUST EVENT: Social gathering at The Pig and The Pearl, Atlantic Station, sponsored by AtlantaPHP. ATTENTION: Note that we are not meeting at Polygon this month. See http://polygonatl.com/directions/. Park, then take the Green #5 elevator to the ground level. Exit the elevator, bear left, and look for The Pig and […]

July 2015 Meeting

NOTE: This event is on a different day AND week than our regularly scheduled meeting. Stefan Priebsch and Arne Blankerts of The PHP Consulting Company, (http://thephp.cc) PRESENTATIONS: Surviving the Next Upgrade by Stefan Priebsch Using tried and established frameworks spares you from reinventing solutions others already spent time and effort […]

June 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Caching Strategies Presentation by Ben Ramsey (@ramsey), http://benramsey.com One of the biggest bottlenecks in an application is the point at which data is requested from some source, be it a traditional database, web service, or something else. One method to overcome these bottlenecks is the use of caches to […]

April 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Leveraging the Power of Graph Databases in PHP Presentation by Jeremy Kendall (@JeremyKendall), http://graphstory.com Description: While relational databases sit at the core of most of today’s applications, they are not always the best fit for certain data needs. That’s why when building applications with rich connections, analyzing trends and […]

March 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Practical Methods for Protecting Data using PHP Presentation by Rich Morgan (@paxsevenfour), bitpay.com Description: Data theft, corporate espionage and privacy violations are far too commonplace in our wired world.  The security of customer data is often an afterthought when developing a web-based application usually because the topic of security […]

February 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: “What’s in the Cart?” by Ben Marks (@benmarks), Magento Developer & Community Evangelist Description: Magento is a powerful and flexible eCommerce application and MVC framework in PHP. There are over 200,000 Magento instances online, powering stores of all sizes and revenues. Getting started and growing with Magento is best […]

January 2015 Meeting

PRESENTATION: “WTPSR?” by Moses Ngone, http://ninelabs.com/ and @mospired Mini-talk by Kane McConnell: “Building LAMP Camp: Lessons from a LAMP Stack Education Program” NEW LOCATION: We are now meeting at Polygon Atlanta in Atlantic Station. See directions at http://polygonatl.com/directions/. Easiest: park, then take the Green #5 elevator to the 2nd level. Exit the […]

December 2014 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Developing a Humanitarian Open Source Project by David Kobia and Woody Gilk, of http://ushahidi.com (@dkobia and @shadowhand) Mini-talk by Chris Beauregard:  MailChimp and PHP NEW LOCATION: We are now meeting at Polygon Atlanta in Atlantic Station. See directions at http://polygonatl.com/directions/. Easiest: park, then take the Green #5 elevator to the […]

November 2014 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Fast Growth: A retrospective on 5 years of key technical decisions by Joshua Silver, http://patientco.com/ and @1yellowbrick Mini-talk by Robert Swarthout:  SVG, PNGs, and ImageMagick NEW LOCATION: We are now meeting at Polygon Atlanta in Atlantic Station. See directions at http://polygonatl.com/directions/. Easiest: park, then take the Green #5 elevator to the 2nd […]

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