The Las Vegas PHP Users Group is a group dedicated to PHP developers learning from and teaching each others. Many PHP developers are experts in one segment or another. This group is an opportunity for all of us to teach what we know well and learn something new. All skill levels are sought after. If you are looking to teach, learn, network, or just mingle, join the group and participate on the adventure.
This is an external event and not sponsored by the PHPUG.
On Nov 1st through the 2nd there will be a 36 hour hackathon right here in Las Vegas at the Aria. This event looks badass with some big names in up and coming finance. If you love FinTech and want to build something awesome and maybe have a shot at some huge cash prizes then you should sign up http://www.money2020.com/money2020-hackathon-dev
To get a free ticket simply put the coupon code : VegasPHP
This is the monthly meeting of the user group. There will be one or more presentations on pertinent topics in PHP development. There will also be announcements regarding pertinent current developments and event in the PHP world. More information regarding the event will be added is the date draws near.
This is the time to come ask questions, squash a bug or get PHP setup on your machine. Bring your code, ask questions and help others troubleshoot problems. If you're an experienced PHP developer, this is a great opportunity to get group feedback on design and coding style from your peers.
Most times we'll be diving deeper into topics covered in the regular meet up two weeks earlier.
To suggest a topic, simply enter a title and description of what you want to hear about.
Description : Mini topic. Can someone explain in plain english how to use a prepared statement to preclude Direct Injection attacks on a database?
Description : Why is it so awesome?
Description : Benefits and differences of each
Description : Capistrano for PHP (https://github.com/rocketeers/rocketeer)
Description : Iterators are cool
Description : Easy, fast, powerful!
Description : A talk on setting up a class would be helpful. Perhaps even how to use PDO to interact w/ database in a class.
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