Welcome NYC PHP Developers.
Everyone starts with a simple one-machine setup, running PHP (or whatever else you fancy), MySQL/PostgreSql and Apache/Nginx. Sooner or later that will not be enough, you will have more operations to do than can be done in a single request, or you will have some operations that need to be done in parallel and you will be faced with some... Learn more
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August 25 · 6:30 PMFrom PHP to Machine Code - Juozas KaziukėnasWhat exactly happens when you run 'php example.com'? I wanted to answer this, so I decided to build my own PHP interpreter. Let me tell you what I learned and what fancy... Learn more
August 4 · 6:45 PMHorizontally Scaling PHP ApplicationsShipping a website or application to production has its own challenges, but when it gets the right traction, it’s a great accomplishment. It always feels good to see the... Learn more
July 14 · 6:45 PMHack What?! Facebook's Hack & HHVM for the PHP Developer - Tobias NyholmWhat are Hack and HHVM and why should I care?! Discover how Hack addresses PHP's shortcoming and how it can make you a better programmer. We'll explore the basics of... Learn more
June 16 · 6:30 PMEvent-Driven Programming with ReactPHP - Jeremy Mikola of MongoDBNOTICE: Building security requires that your Government ID name matches your full name on the RSVP list - No guests or partial names - please check your RSVP.... Learn more
June 15 · 6:30 PMCassandra & DataStax PHP - Bulat ShakirzyanovFor too long, PHP developers like yourself had to access Apache Cassandra through the legacy Thrift interface. With the DataStax PHP Driver, finally, the wait is over,... Learn more
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