Past Meetup

Oct 21 phpMelb: Vagrant and PuPHPet; Asynchronous PHP

This Meetup is past

57 people went

Location image of event venue

Details

It works on my machine by Thom Toogood (https://twitter.com/thomtoogood)

Start developing on an environment identical to production with Vagrant and PuPHPet and stop saying it works on my machine.

Asynchronous PHP: No Longer a Hack Job by Ben Dechrai (https://twitter.com/bendechrai)

What is this heresy? PHP as an event-based programming language? Actually, anychronous PHP has been possible for a while, but there's a reason this never really became mainstream.

Now, there is a better way, folks, and if you'll step this way, I'll take you down the ReactPHP rabbit hole; ReactPHP is event-driven, non-blocking I/O with PHP, and Ben intends to spruik its wares, and throw in a few live demos to boot.

Networking

We head to a local eatery for networking, food and socialising. As this is our first time at Queens Collective, we can decide where to go.

Sponsors

Venue and catering are covered by our awesome sponsors: CTO for Hire (https://ctoforhire.com.au/), genV (http://www.genv.com.au/), Nazori (http://www.nazori.com/), 10collective (http://www.10collective.com.au/), Astute Payroll (http://www.astutepayroll.com/), and Queens Collective (http://www.queenscollective.com.au/).