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October 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Return of the Ringtone Presentation by: Keith Casey Generally when we think of communicating with customers, we implement a few emails, check it off our list, and move on. What if we had a few more tools in our toolbox? What if we could interact with someone anywhere in the […]

September 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Software Estimation Pro Tips Presentation by: Jonathon Hill You’re an expert developer, peacefully composing code into a profoundly elegant masterpiece, when suddenly your boss rushes in with the Next Big Idea that will Revolutionize The Way People Use The Internet. He’s on his way to pitch to a VC, […]

August 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Abusing the Cloud for Fun and Profit Presentation by: Alan Pinstein (@apinstein) No matter what language you use, the cloud offers new opportunities to improve your application’s performance and reliability. This is especially important for smaller projects that previously would never have the scale to cost-effectively deliver the performance […]

NO July 2013 Meeting

We’ve decided since our July meeting falls on the 4th, that we should skip this month, as we’d probably have a low turn-out. Our next regular meeting will be August 1st and Alan Pinstein will present “Abusing the Cloud for Fun and Profit”. We’ll post further details closer to that […]

June 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: !Normal === Awesome! Presentation by Cal Evans, Developer Community Relations Director at Kony (@CalEvans) As PHP developers we are about as far from normal as you can get. Traditional developers master their craft, charge when they work and go home on the weekends and putter around in their workshops. […]

May 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Managing Environments with Vagrant and Chef Food sponsored by 10gen.com and AtlantaPHP Presentation by Nic Rosental, Epic Labs (@nicdev and @epiclabs) There comes a time in the life of a developer where s/he’s called upon to do more than coding. Understanding how the rest of the stack interacts with […]

April 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Your app has an identity. Now give it a pulse. Presentation by Robert Swarthout, ShootProof.com (@robertswarthout) Now that you have put hundreds of hours of work into your application and it is all up and running, it’s time to figure out what really is happening under the hood. Sure, […]

March 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Top Ten List: PHP and Web Application Performance NOTE NEW LOCATION – Hypepotamus (see http://atlantaphp.org/directions/) Presentation by Brian DeShong, CrowdTwist, Inc. (@bdeshong) After working with PHP and web applications for 12 years, Brian has stored quite a few tricks up his sleeve. In this talk, he will cover […]

February 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: How Sysadmins View Your Stinking Code NOTE NEW LOCATION – Hypepotamus (see http://atlantaphp.org/directions/) Presentation by Shawn Stratton, Discovery Communications, Inc. (@mfacenet) As a systems administrator, the focus on how an application is supposed to work and what makes it run is different than as a developer. We’ll take […]

January 2013 Meeting

PRESENTATION: Current Trends of the PHP and Open Source Job Market NOTE NEW LOCATION – Hypepotamus (see http://atlantaphp.org/directions/) Food Sponsored by: Thompson Technologies Presentation by Ari Waller, Vice President of Recruiting, Thompson Technologies The presentation will be an overview of the current employment market and outlook specifically for PHP […]

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