Monthly Meeting - November/2018

Public group
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19:00 - Doors open
19:30 - Talk
20:30 - Raffles, and announcements
20:45 - Social, drinks and food

Talk: File storage for modern PHP applications

Many PHP applications need to store files. There are many different reasons to store file, and not all filesystems are created equally. How can we identify our needs? Which filesystem is best for your use-case? How can we ensure our future needs are not blocked by the code we write today? In this talk we'll explore how filesystem abstraction and general coding guidelines can improve our application's and make them future proof!

Speaker: Frank de Jonge
Frank is a punkrock-drumming skateboarder turned programmer. He knows how to hit a keyboard without blowing up servers, most of the time. As the maintainer of Flysystem he's encountered many use-cases involving filesystems. He hates FTP more than you do.