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RSVP: Advanced WP Developer Meetup - Feb. 26 (Limit: 30)

From: Dallin H.
Sent on: Friday, February 13, 2015 8:55 AM

Dear WordPress Developers,

I’m pleased to inform you that, as planned, we’re officially launching our Advanced Developer Meetup series! Mark your calendar — The first event will be held on Thursday, February 26th from 7-9pm at the Skyhook offices. Afterward, it’ll be held monthly on the 4th Thursday of the month at the same location.

The vision for this meetup is to provide local WP developers with the education, support and networking opportunities we need to be successful in our careers. Each month we’ll bring in two really solid speakers to provide mind-blowing content, bookended with networking and sharing/hacking time. Oh, and our sponsors will be providing food & drinks as well.

This month’s lineup:

A Tale of Two Test Suites: WordPress, API Mocking, and Integrations - Eric Mann (10up)
WordPress powers over 20% of the Internet and comes with a fully-fleshed out unit testing framework covering the core library. For testing plugins and themes (extensions to WordPress), I developed WP_Mock, a comprehensive mocking framework for WordPress. WP_Mock allows developers to test their code in complete isolation from WordPress itself.

I’ll walk attendees through both test frameworks, covering the pros/cons of each and examples of their use. Even non-WordPress developers will gain a further understanding of PHPUnit, unit testing in general, process isolation, and code modularization.

WordPress as a web app framework: Case study & lessons learned - Casey Kluver (Falling Up Media)
Software as a service and subscription based web apps have been a growing trend in the past few years. Learn the ins and outs of using WordPress as a web app framework while I share the things I learned, tested and failed on while building my product.

Due to space constraints and a desire to keep the event intimate, registration has been limited to 30 attendees. Please register only if you are really coming so that we can keep seats open for others!

For more information, or to RSVP for the event, please visit:

Hope to see you there!

Dallin Harris
Assistant Organizer, Arizona WordPress Meetup Group

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