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New Hampshire PHP Networking Dinner

Take a break from the usual structured topics and enjoy a networking dinner* with area New Hampshire PHP developers.

This is a unstructured event where participants can suggest topics and engage in open discussions. Possible topics are employment, finding contracting work, general PHP development, and future New Hampshire PHP meetups.

Next month we will be back to our normal "talk of the month" format.

* Full menu available at normal menu price. If you ask nicely, Andrew might buy a round of beer.

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  • Jon W.

    I tried to attend this meeting. I drove by the restaurant four times and could not find a place to park anywhere.

    Please find another place to meet.

    September 26, 2013

    • Paul B.

      Sorry you guys had a hard time, It should be mentioned that the Perl st parking lot behind The Farm is free after 5pm. There are always open spaces ... (there needs to be a edit feature on these comments...)

      September 26, 2013

    • Patricia H.

      Sorry, I thought someone did a sticky note about parking when we changed to The Farm. Thursday night is a bear for parking anywhere downtown, but as Paul mentioned the lot behind the restaurant is free after 5PM. We'll make a point of getting this out with the invite next month.

      September 26, 2013

  • Matt S.

    Color me maybe... <insert excuse>


    September 25, 2013

  • Jesse O.

    Sorry, fellows. I can't make it to this one, work demands all my time this week.

    September 25, 2013

  • Steve G.

    Looking to meet you folk and see if we can get something a bit like BostonPHP on a smaller scale going in NH.

    September 24, 2013

    • Patricia H.

      We're growing, but still much smaller than Boston PHP. Just out of curiosity, is there a topic you would like to see us cover in the future? Is there a topic you would like to present? One of the benefits of having a small group is that everyone knows everyone and it's impossible to get stage fright :)

      September 24, 2013

    • Steve G.

      Stage fright is not an issue (but I appreciate your concern) -- I worry more about meeting people's needs particularly when the audience is wide ranging. A conversation with your group will help narrow this down. My experience tends to be in building sites that help manage very distributed teams of volunteers. The info and actions people have access to varies with the role they play. Rather than right a tome, it easier to explain in person and respond to questions.

      September 25, 2013

  • Patricia H.

    Where's the love? Most meetups already involve a fair amount of chatter, catching up and hearing what other people are working on. A once a year unstructured meetup should be a big draw and yet we have very few RSVPs.

    I'm kind of interested to hear if anybody is impacted by last summer's changes to Mass tax code and I know from many different people posting on LinkedIn that there are a lot of NH designers, developers and engineers out there struggling to figure out what exact skills/education/experience NH employers are looking for, how to adapt to find a reliable job or how to make their own opportunities doing freelance or contract work. (It's all about who you know and the more people you know in local tech the better.)

    Share what you know and help us find topics that everyone will enjoy. Take advantage of this opportunity to find out what is happening in the NH tech world and join us for open discussion night this Thursday. RSVP today!

    September 23, 2013

  • David B.

    Ancient tech, been in IT since CP/M days, software to hardware, now somewhere in the middle.

    September 20, 2013

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