Succeeding in Open Source

Boston PHP
Boston PHP
Public group

Virtual

Your home | Your work | Your space · Virtual, MA

How to find us

The event will be available at https://nomadphp.com/live Please plan to connect as close to 5:45 as possible in case you need extra time to get set up before the event.

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Details

IMPORTANT UDPATE:

To support the practice of social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are partnering with NomadPHP to convert this month's event to an online-only format!

TALK DESCRIPTION

A deeper look into open source projects and what makes them successful.

Find out how you can get involved in open source, where to start with a new project, contributing to an existing project, and what it takes to have a great open source project.

SPEAKER BIO

Don Gilbert - Senior Software Engineer, Acquia

Self taught software engineer for Acquia. Working in Open Source since 2008. Father of five.

Find Don on Twitter: https://twitter.com/dilbert4life

PANEL DISCUSSION

After Don's talk, he and Bobby will be joined by 2 open source veterans for a panel discussion about open source.

Don Gilbert: https://twitter.com/dilbert4life
Phil Sturgeon: https://twitter.com/philsturgeon
Ben Edmunds: https://twitter.com/benedmunds
Bobby Cahill: https://twitter.com/bobbycahilljr

AGENDA (estimated)

We are new to the virtual event space, but based on my discussions with Nomad PHP, here's an estimate of how it will look. If this is your first time connecting to a NomadPHP event, make sure you start connecting as close to 5:45 as you can because first-time setup can take 5-10 minutes.

5:45 pm -- Meeting opens for connections
6:00 pm - 6:15 pm -- BostonPHP Introduction
6:15 pm - 6:45 pm -- Feature Presentation - Don Gilbert
6:45 pm - 7:30 pm -- Panel Discussion
7:30 pm -- Q&A, community announcements

HOST / COMMUNITY SPONSOR

The streaming platform for this month's event is being provided free of charge by NomadPHP. NomadPHP is the PHP Meetup group for people who don't have a local PHP Meetup group.
Find out more about NomadPHP and their offerings at https://nomadphp.com/

CONNECTION INFO

Connect via the link below. It's recommended you connect as close to 5:45 as possible to make sure you can get set up before the talk starts.
https://nomadphp.com/live

Any changes will be posted in the event comments below.