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Re: [madisonphp] Special Meetup

From: Tiffany G.
Sent on: Tuesday, September 4, 2012 5:52 PM
Hi all-

I'm planning to attend. I have pesky motion sickness issues, so I'll
be driving myself. That said, I could give one person a ride (I have a
two-seater), and I'd be glad to convoy with you, Beth. I live not too
far off the Stoughton Road beltline exit, so easy for me to meet a
convoy on the way out of town.


On Sat, Sep 1, 2012 at 9:38 AM, Beth Tucker Long
<[address removed]> wrote:
> Elizabeth Naramore of EngineYard, co-founder of PHPWomen, and an all-around
> awesome individual will be speaking at a special Milwaukee PHP Meetup on
> September 11th. EngineYard will be providing food and swag. Her talk is
> titled Get a Hammer for that Nail:
> You're starting a new project from scratch, but you're not sure what
> framework you want to use. Maybe you don't want to use a pre-existing
> framework at all. Maybe you should use a microframework, or roll something
> out on your own instead. How do you know which direction to go in and which
> tool to pick from your PHP framework toolbox? In this fun and 100%
> interactive discussion, we'll solve those problems together, and help make
> sure you get the right hammer for your nails. Volunteers will be rewarded.
> I would love it if we could get a group out there from the Madison group.
> They are starting an hour later than their normal start time so that us
> Madison folks can make it. I have heard Elizabeth speak many times, and it
> is always an awesome talk. Not only that, but this will be a great
> opportunity to meet some new devs from the Milwaukee area. I've been to the
> Milwaukee meetup several times, and it's a really great group of people. I
> will definitely be going, so if anyone needs a ride, just let me know.
> You can RSVP at:
> http://www.mkepug...­
> Please pass the word on!
> Beth
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