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Senior Percolators and Percolators

Boston PHP is looking for Senior Percolators and Percolators. If you are willing to contribute one percent of your time for a limited period of time to help other Boston PHP members, then you could be a Senior Percolator or a Percolator.

We believe that one percent of our 3,700 members are Senior Percolators or Percolators. We are looking for these 37 members to raise their hands and lend their expertise.

One percent of your time equates to approximately seven hours per month. There are two primary ways you can contribute seven hours per month: you can become a Senior Percolator or a Percolator.

The Role of a Senior Percolator

~ Lead one Season of a virtual self-study group, or
~ Lead a team to develop a virtual self-study group website



What's In It for Me?

~ identified as a "Senior Percolator" on your Boston PHP profile
~ add leadership experience to your resume
~ add a website project to your portfolio
~ join the Leadership team to help chart a course for Boston PHP

The Role of a Percolator

~ Participate in and complete one Season of a virtual self-study group
~ Participate as a team member in the development and maintenance of a virtual self-study group website



What's In It for Me?

~ identified as a "Percolator" on your Boston PHP profile
~ add new technical skills to your resume
~ add a website project to your portfolio

While there is no cash compensation, one of the objectives of building a standalone virtual self-study group website is to attract sponsorship money which will be dispersed to Senior Percolators who will be leading the charge to move Boston PHP forward.

If you believe you might want to make a one percent contribution contact the Organizers by clicking the <<< Contact <<< button in the left-hand column.

Table of Contents

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Senior Percolators and Percolators December 20, 2016 5:16 PM Gene B.
Video: Learn Twitter API Programing February 27, 2012 11:27 PM former member
How to break into the world of PHP development November 21, 2011 8:32 AM Michael B.
Fire PHP 1.0 November 19, 2011 7:18 AM Michael B.
Video and slides for Google Analytics for Devs November 14, 2011 8:29 PM Michael B.
Video and Resources for CSS Sprites July 17, 2011 9:10 AM Michael B.
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