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New Meetup: Functional Flex in Fifty with Keith Casey

From: Chris S.
Sent on: Friday, April 2, 2010 11:21 AM
Announcing a new Meetup for The Baltimore PHP User Group!

What: Functional Flex in Fifty with Keith Casey

When: Wednesday, April 21,[masked]:30 PM

7070 Samuel Morse Dr
Columbia, MD 21046

Professionally, there are few things more intimidating than starting a new language. The structure is different, the keywords are different, and the process is different. Overall, this tends to add up to annoyance and frustration from mistakes that can quickly be fixed. This presentation will give you an overview of the environment and get you up to speed on a few common tasks.. so you can spend your time making more creative mistakes.

For the April user group meeting we have Keith Casey presenting! Keith Casey has been a PHP developer for about six years and a professional agitator within the local Washington, DC tech community for a few years longer. To pay the bills, he works as the CTO of Blue Parabola, LLC on large-scale PHP-based systems for organizations ranging from major news media companies to small non-profits. In his spare time, he is a core contributor to web2project, works to build and support the DCPHP community, blogs regularly on technology issues at and is completely fascinated by monkeys.

We are meeting in our normal location, at our normal time. Pizza and soda are provided by OmniTI (Thank you!). Come hungry with your PHP hats on. Doors open at 6:15, pizza normally arrives around 6:30, and the Keith's talk will kick off around 7:00!

Our after meeting thirst quenching is at PubDog in Columbia. I hope to see everyone there!

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