PRESENTATION: Traits: PHP’s best feature that you aren’t using
NOTE: NEW LOCATION – ShootProof. See directions and map link.
Directions: Take I-285 to Cobb Parkway/US-41. Go south & turn left on Akers Mill Rd. At the 2nd traffic light, go left into Cobb Galleria, then an immediate left into the parking garage. Enter the 600 bldg & tell security you’re there for AtlantaPHP, 14th floor.
Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/N2F52DZs9Cs (parking deck entrance, 600 building is due north of the deck)
Presentation by Chase Peeler, Senior Software Architect at Onepath
When: Thursday, October 6th, 2016 — 7pm-9pm
Please RSVP at: http://www.meetup.com/atlantaphp/events/233021010/
Traits were introduced all the way back in version 5.4 and added a pretty powerful option to the developer’s tool belt. However, it seems as if very few people really understand them. As a result, most people just avoid them. In this talk, we will go over some of the ways that traits can be utilized to make your job easier and your code leaner, as well as some of the pitfalls to avoid.
About Chase: Chase is the Senior Software Architect at Onepath, the one source for all things to do with designing, deploying, and supporting technology – from cable to cloud. He’s been using PHP for over 16 years, 11 of them professionally. In his current role, he leads Onepath’s development team in enhancing their internal web application/customer portal. Some of his accomplishments include implementing unit testing, transitioning to Git for version control, employing the use of Jenkins for CI, and designing a custom framework to help bridge the transition from a legacy system to a more maintainable one.
Food provided by Pardot Engineering (@pardoteng)