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October 2012 Meeting

A History of Everything – why you should be recording everything that happens in your application Presentation by: Jacob Terry (@jerkob) Even if your users don’t want a full “audit trail” of activity, even if you aren’t interested in doing a newsfeed, recording user actions in your application can be […]

AtlantaPHP “100th Monthiversary” Celebration

We’re proud to announce that we’re celebrating our “100th Monthiversary” – our 100th monthly meeting – on Thursday, September 6th from 6pm to 9pm! We’re planning a cookout with plenty of social time and will have Kevin Roberts presenting Pecha-Kucha style on the eight and a half year history of […]

August 2012 Meeting

Object Oriented PHP Concepts for Everyday Programming Presentation by: John Anderson, variux.com John will discuss introductory OOP concepts, including classes, methods and variable types and will explain some of the benefits and usage practices for code reuse. He will also demonstrate a few utility classes for database access and user […]

September 2012 Special Event – MongoDB and PHP with Derick Rethans

SPECIAL PRESENTATION: MongoDB and PHP Presentation by: Derick Rethans NOTE DATE & DAY CHANGE – because this is a joint event with the Atlanta MongoDB User Group and not a regular meeting, this event is on the third Friday of September, the 21st. MongoDB is a scalable, high-performance, open […]

Book Review: Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.4 for Effective MySQL Management

Packt Publishing has generously donated to AtlantaPHP a couple copies of “Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.4 for Effective MySQL Management” to raffle off at our next meeting. However, I (Kevin) didn’t want to just hand them out without first reviewing the title (and I promised Packt I’d review it). It’s a good […]

NO July 2012 Meeting

We’ve decided since our July meeting would fall a day after the 4th, that we should skip this month, as we’d probably have a low turn-out. Our next regular meeting will be August 2nd and John Anderson will present an “Intro to OOP“. We’ll post further details closer to that […]

June 2012 Meeting

Intro to the Laravel PHP Framework Presentation by: Ben Edmunds Are you ashamed to admit you’re a PHP developer? Have you been using the same old, boring PHP framework for years? Tired of your PHP applications turning into enormous beasts? Maybe you’ve heard about Laravel but haven’t made the effort […]

May 2012 Meeting

Why You Should Be Using PyroCMS as the Basis For Your CodeIgniter Apps Presentation by: John Corry If you use (or would like to use) the CodeIgniter framework in your PHP projects, you’ve probably seen that each project requires common elements (authentication, user management, basic CMS components). Take a walkthrough […]

April 2012 Meeting

How Not To Get Hacked 101 Presentation by: Shawn Stratton, Discovery Communications, Inc. Measured against OWASP (https://www.owasp.org), Veracode, a security consultancy, recently found that only 16% of government web applications were secure, compared to 24% of finance industry applications and 28% of commercial applications. Scared yet? We’ll walk through some […]

March 2012 Special Speaker Event

Special Out of Town Speaker (RSVP at Meetup.com and $10 Event Ticket via PayPal required) Building Testable Applications in PHP Presentation by: Chris Hartjes, Moontoast This talk will approach the idea of Test-Driven Development / Behaviour-Driven Development from a different angle, instead taking a look at strategies for structuring your […]

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