Update 2: After last talk we can meet with other meetup people on offical Meetup's Night after party at Ankert. And all PHP Meetup attendees will get two coupons, which can be redeemed at Anker't (google maps) on Wednesday evening for beer, wine or fröccs.
Update: Just one thing is constant: the change. We aligning to Meetup's Night events. Therefore we will start our first talk at 18:30 (without delay, seriously :)) And finally we found place of meetup. This event will be held at Muszi.
About Muszi: Exact place of Muszi is 3rd floor of "Corvin Áruház" on "Blaha Lujza tér", Entrance on the big green door (with Muszi logo) from the Somogyi Bela (left side of mall) street. You may ring the bell if door is closed.
I'm happy to announce april PHP Meetup, which is pretty exceptional event for several reasons.
1st: Our loved PHP meetup is joined to Meetup's Night (warm up event series of Craft-Conf '14).
2nd: This ocassion three great craftmen accepted our invitation as speaker.
3th: This event will be on next wednesday and not on last tuesday of the month as usual :)
4th: This is the first meetup since the Heartbleed Bug
5th Element is a great Luc Besson movie
Last, but not least this event is our very first english speaking meetup.
Our first speaker is Ben Mathews (FB/benmathews). Ben is an engineer in Facebook's London office. The title of his presentation is "Facebook's Approach to Common Web Vulnerabilities", and the brief abstract of his talk "The web is a security minefield, with many hazards like XSS, CSRF, and SQL injection. In this talk, I will explain how Facebook handles these common problems with good security libraries, automated detection, and lint rules. I'll describe some of the attacks that we have seen, and I will talk about some of the lessons that we have learned."
Next speaker is Ricardo Fontes (Compuware) and his presentation title is "Need for Speed: How to improve slow application performance"
After this presentation we will understand the paradigm change of the new Application-Centric IT Model, and why Application Performance is becoming a strategy initiative in leading organizations in the world.
Third speaker is Attila M. Magyar alias Athos (@athoshun). He is one of the Balabit's craftmen. He'll trying to stand on his hands and trying discover different ways of thinking while solving simple problems with unusual constraints. Just for fun!
This meetup is brought to you by BalaBit IT Security and Craft Conf Crew. Thanks for all the fish!