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November Coffee & PHP

In addition to our regular monthly meetings with presentations, we also get together on the third Thursday of each month for an informal coffee break. There’s no topic, just a nice little get-together. Anyone is welcome to come out and have a cup of coffee and chat. We meet at […]

November 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, November 2, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: Regular Expressions Chris Spruck gives this month’s presentation on regular expressions using the Perl Compatible Regular Expression (PCRE) library functions built into PHP. If you’re new to regular expressions or just need a refresher, then you don’t […]

Coffee and PHP

In addition to our regular monthly meetings with presentations, we also get together once a month for an informal coffee break. There’s no topic, just a nice little get-together. Anyone is welcome to come out and have a cup of coffee and chat. We meet at Starbucks on 17th and […]

October 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, October 5, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: Implementing the MVC Paradigm with PHP 5 and PhpSavant George Jempty will present on a lightweight approach to implementing the Model-View-Controller (MVC) paradigm using PHP5 and the PhpSavant templating system. Most of the core object-oriented constructs added […]

Impromptu meetup at Starbucks

Marian has setup a meeting at Starbucks this Wednesday. There’s no topic, just a nice little get-together. Anyone is welcome to come out and have a cup of coffee and chat. We’ll be meeting at Starbucks on 17th and Peachtree at about 7pm. Peachtree @ 17th 1375 Peachtree St NE […]

September 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, September 7, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: Object Oriented Design Theory (Part 2) This month, Eric Stewart continues his two-part series dedicated to object oriented programming. We’ll cover the ideologies behind programming with objects and the advantages you gain over procedural programming. If you […]

August 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, August 3, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: Object Oriented Design Theory This month, Eric Stewart begins a two-part series dedicated to object oriented programming. We’ll cover the ideologies behind programming with objects and the advantages you gain over procedural programming. If you don’t know […]

July 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, July 6, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: How Can I Improve My Code? Our July meeting takes place again at our interim meeting location, the Consulate General of Canada. We’ll lead off with a old code snippet from Chris Spruck who will ask the […]

June 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, June 1, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: SimpleXML The Atlanta PHP June meeting will focus on XML, specifically with regard to PHP 5’s SimpleXML functionality. Ben Ramsey will present, using the RSS (Really Simple Syndication) XML format to illustrate reading and writing XML data […]

May 2006 Meeting

When: Thursday, May 4, 2006 — 7pm-9pm Where: Consulate General of Canada Topic: Zend Framework Copied over from our April meeting, which did not occur due to closing of New Horizons. For nearly two months, the Zend Framework has been the great talk of the PHP community. Just one day […]

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