This should be an exciting event full of tales & adventures where you learn something new again & again. For the 1st time (I think) the SF PHP meetup will be having lightning talks!
For some people it'll be chance to learn something new and for others it'll be a chance to
Talks will be 5 minutes each with hard cuts at the end of the time. This should allow us to get ~10 talks.
If you want to give a talk you can sign up here http://s.sfphp.org/dec2013-signup Please be sure to read the rules http://s.sfphp.org/lightningtalks first.
Signed up so far
Mike Tougeron - Composer
Nicolas Brousse - Put your arrays on diet with PHP Judy!
Keith Bronstrup - Developing and Deploying on an iPad or Android tablet
Anthony Bishopric - How We Made PHP Typesafe (sort of)
Eric and Osman - PHP Development with Vagrant: Play in the Sandbox, Not in the Street
Christopher Jones - Tracing PHP with DTrace
Hannes Magnusson - 5 Years Later: Pretty PHP.net website
6:30 - 7:00 -- Doors open/general socializing & food
7:00 - 7:10 -- Intro/announcements
7:10 - 8:15(ish) -- Lightning Talks
8:15 - 8:30 -- Raffle
8:45 -- post-event socializing... aka beers someplace nearby
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