Gordon will be demoing how to set up your local development environment for debugging your code with an IDE.
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0 · May 29, 2013
Great info! A fair amount over my head (which is typical), but definitely worthwhile (also typical).
Looks like a good group of people. Glad to be hear :-)
0 · May 15, 2013
This group doesn't appear to have a discussion board, so I'm posting this job opening notice I got from PHPClass.org here:
Title: Code WordPressSummary: What Will You Do Day-To-Day?! - Convert visual designs to WordPress plugins, themes, or HTML5 applications - Solve bugs and issues as they come up - Juggle current projects with incoming tasks - Respond to clients courteously when necessary. - Solve client challenges with understanding and empathy. - Test solutions in multiple browsers in a local testing environment - Deploy changes to live servers - Suggest games for the team to play together onlineCompany: Brainstorm MediaCity: Phoenix, AZCountry: United StatesMay telecommute: Yes
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Since I choose not to do WordPress, and this job is local to the Valley, I though maybe someone here might like to know about it.
0 · April 24, 2013
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