Another month, another meetup! After February’s insights into accessibility and code quality, March brings us Silly Sexy Scary Security with Tim Stamp, and Rowan Collins on Contributing to the PHP Internals Community. Join us on Monday, 20th March, from 18:45 at The Student Room offices.
If you haven’t been before, check out details of how to get there and what to expect; if you’re a regular, drag your friends and colleagues along too; either way, let us know you’re coming on Lanyrd or on Facebook and do please e-mail any feedback about BrightonPHP to email@example.com. Read More
Hi everyone, it’s time to tell you about another pair of great talks at our next monthly meetup, on Monday, 20th February, starting at 18:45 at The Student Room offices. This month, we’ve got Zsolt Kiss talking about Programming for Web Accessibility, and Simon Downes talking about Improving Code Quality within a Team. They’re both sure to be great talks, so read on for more details, and mark the date in your diary.
If you haven’t been before, check out details of how to get there and what to expect. If you’re a regular, please do remember to spread the word, and let us know you’re coming on Lanyrd or on Facebook. And either way, do please e-mail any feedback about BrightonPHP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read More
Happy New Year Everyone!
I hope you’ve all survived the excesses of the festive season, and recovered from the shock of your first week back at work. While we weren’t looking, two Mondays have already slipped past us this month, so it’s less than a week until our first meetup of 2017.
On Monday 16th January, we’ll be welcoming Jeremy Keith of Clearleft to tell us his Tales of PHP – and, hopefully welcoming you! Join us there, 7PM at the Student Room Group next to Brighton station; and meanwhile, spread the word, and let us know you’re coming, on Facebook, or on Lanyrd. Read More
How time flies! It’s just one week until our next regular meetup, on Monday 21st November, and we have another two great talks for you! The wonderful Derick Rethans returns with a look at PHP 7 – and 7.1 – and our own Marcus Griffith-Boyes will be explaining how he used his Rasperry Pi to track his cats!
Plus of course, a great chance to chat to other local PHP folks over beer and pizza, provided for us by our hosts at The Student Room Group. Let us know you’re coming on Lanyrd.com, or on the Facebook event; send us some feedback by e-mail or start a debate on our Facebook group; or just come along on the night. Read More