addressalign-toparrow-leftarrow-leftarrow-right-10x10arrow-rightbackbellblockcalendarcameraccwcheckchevron-downchevron-leftchevron-rightchevron-small-downchevron-small-leftchevron-small-rightchevron-small-upchevron-upcircle-with-checkcircle-with-crosscircle-with-pluscontroller-playcredit-cardcrossdots-three-verticaleditemptyheartexporteye-with-lineeyefacebookfolderfullheartglobe--smallglobegmailgooglegroupshelp-with-circleimageimagesinstagramFill 1languagelaunch-new-window--smalllight-bulblinklocation-pinlockm-swarmSearchmailmediummessagesminusmobilemoremuplabelShape 3 + Rectangle 1ShapeoutlookpersonJoin Group on CardStartprice-ribbonprintShapeShapeShapeShapeImported LayersImported LayersImported Layersshieldstartickettrashtriangle-downtriangle-uptwitteruserwarningyahooyoutube

Mailinglistenarchiv

Betreff Von Datum
50 Free OPEN Passes to DeveloperWeek 2019 - Greetings SF PHPers, The DeveloperWeek team has offered our group 50 free OPEN Passes and discounted PRO Passes to DeveloperWeek 2019 so our members can attend the Andre M. 16.01.2019 15:40
Developing Modern PHP Applications - free SF PHP Meetup Wednesday, November 7 - Greetings, A reminder that the SF PHP meetup - Developing Modern PHP Applications - is tomorrow Wednesday, November 7th at Glu Mobile, 875 Howard Street - doors open at 6:30 pm. Andre M. 06.11.2018 14:49
Tonight! Scalable PHP Backends for Mobile Games - Hey last minute deciders :-) SF PHP is meeting - tonight - at Glu Mobile   Andre M. 26.09.2018 16:06
Quick News from SF PHP Meetup - Hi PHPers, bad news - because of scheduling snafus we had to cancel the meetup that was scheduled for today good news - we now have two confirmed dates for July 17 and August 15 at Zillow. **** we need presenters for these meetu Andre M. 13.06.2018 10:15
Today at 6:30 pm Fabien Potencier * Go Fast with Symfony 4 * Free Meetup in San Francisco - Meetup Presentation tonight by: Fabien Potencier @fabpot the Founder & CEO of Sensio Labs sensiolabs.com and Blackfire blackf Andre M. 05.10.2017 11:56
Lessons learned from migrating a 10 year old monolith from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0 - Lessons learned from migrating a 10 year old monolith from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.0 Presented by engineers at Weebly Jef Holloman (Infrastructure Enginee Andre M. 23.08.2017 13:59
Like Show & Tell - For PHP - Greetings SF PHP Community member, We are having a Meetup tomorrow July 20th, at the Crunchy Roll offices, which is on 385 Market Street, starting at 6:30 pm. And we are holding what we are calling a "PHP Open Mic". Th Andre M. 19.07.2017 14:07
Timely info from your friends at SF PHP - Greetings PHP People ! Hey we are having a San Francisco PHP meetup tomorrow. The plan is to open the doors at 6:30 pm. The venue has a limit of 60 people. When we reach 60 people or 7:00 pm we will stop letting peopl Andre M. 05.10.2016 12:54
You are invited to Intuit Small Biz Tech Hackathon - Hey Folks, Frances C. 28.09.2016 07:56
Speed Up Your PHP-based Development - Hi there! I'm hosting an online webinar dedicated to HHVM and Hack, and I thought this can be great learning material for the #SFPHP community. Event page here:  Jessica T. 14.06.2016 10:58
Symfony Live is coming! - Hey gang! Symfony Live is coming to San Francisco at the end of the month. I'll there to visiting and attend some talks - come join me! Conferences are great places to meet your friends from the community that you may only know online. Jacob M. 15.10.2015 14:09
Saas CSS Workshop coming to NextSpace Union Square - Vorschau nicht verfügbar James F. 13.10.2015 17:03
Apigility Skeletons - I've just launched  https://www.apigilityskeletons­.com/   Tom A. 19.06.2015 20:15
Join Hackership's learning retreat in Costa Rica - Discount inside! - Hi PHP Developer, In our fast-paced field, technologies and frameworks change faster than milk goes bad - PHP is no exception. It's hard to find th Anouk R. 28.05.2015 17:12
PHP Memory Optimization - A member of the Bigcommerce Engineering team wrote this excellent blog post about PHP Memory Optimization and I wanted to share it with this group. Ron P. 22.05.2015 10:33
PHP Folks Needed - Hi, This group is looking a little quiet these days, so I beg your pardon for butting in. I am senior engineer with NRG Home Solar in SOMA. We're looking for several PHP folks for the team we are building out. If you are looking for work, please OrangePlus 15.05.2015 08:12
CSS Workshop coming to NextSpace Berkeley - James F. 08.04.2015 12:24
Fwd: [php-139] Happy Holidays! How would like to Celebrate the New Year with a Great New Job! - Very interesting, Derek.  7 years ago, I paid someone $500/month to do this very thing.  I can easily see the value. A few questions for you: When will the be availabl Nathan J. B. 02.04.2015 22:10
Re: [php-139] Happy Holidays! How would like to Celebrate the New Year with a Great New Job! - Hi All! We recently launched a free app ( Tabby ) to help 1099 Independent Contra Derek D. 02.04.2015 14:58
A Great Job Opening for an Expert Level PHP Developer - Billy H. 28.01.2015 16:35
Tech talk by Douglas Crockford, the creator of JSON! - Hi Everyone! We just moved into our new office and will be hosting a Tech Talk next week by Douglas Crockford (the creator of JSON)! It's Tue Feb 3rd at Bigcommerce in SF.  Ron P. 27.01.2015 09:01
looking for php contractor, symfony or laravel experience preferred - Hi All Hopefully recruiting posts are not agains the rules of the group.  We're looking for a contractor, six months to start with. Office in Cupertino, the project is maintaining and re-writ Anton S. 14.01.2015 18:35
Mobile Applications using Drupal - Happy New Year! There will be another Drupal meetup in Sunnyvale on January 14th (http://www.meetup.com/DrupalG­roup/), and we are looking for examples of Drupal being used primarily for mobile devices. These use c Michael S. 04.01.2015 15:12
Conference Season is Open! - Happy 2015! Conference season is off to a rip-roaring start, with at least two upcoming conferences having open calls for proposals. It's time to show them what we're made of in the Bay Area here. Both of these conferences feature full Jacob M. 04.01.2015 13:22
Re: [php-139] Senior level PHP engineer wanted for 2hrs/wk Tech Adviser role - Gary Krishna K. 17.12.2014 20:47
Re: [php-139] Senior level PHP engineer wanted for 2hrs/wk Tech Adviser role - What makes you want to convert it from Ruby to PHP? Vincent C. 17.12.2014 16:25
Senior level PHP engineer wanted for 2hrs/wk Tech Adviser role - Hi:  We are a startup in Ruby with a generous offer from an senior engineer willing to redo it all in php for $35k ($5k/mo for 7mo 60hrs/wk) and 10% of company and perhaps 3-5% of net revenue (capped at?).  So GreatestGoodGreatestNumber 17.12.2014 15:10
Happy Holidays! How would like to Celebrate the New Year with a Great New Job! - Dear Fellow SF PHP Meet Up Members, Thanks for the privilege to reach out to you about an exciting career opportunity with a well established (10+ years), and profitable Downtown San Francisco company that has a great engineering team and will offer an Billy H. 07.12.2014 16:04
Re: [php-139] PHP Best Practices article - My hope is that we end up with that sort of thing through the work on the website. Part of the setup will be VMs and environments and such, which would give a good branching point. Jacob M. 06.12.2014 12:46
Re: [php-139] PHP Best Practices article - I don't know if it means much to the peeps out there, but I think it would be great to set one or two meetups to do an install lab, and demonstrate setting up a php environment using Linode, AWS or DigitalOcean. There are some decent wr Thomas R. 05.12.2014 18:37
Re: [php-139] PHP Best Practices article - Awesome! Thanks for sharing, Brian! While we are sharing (and self promoting!) don't miss the article version of my Building a Programming Language talk in the November issue of PHP Architect! Find th Jacob M. 05.12.2014 13:26
PHP Best Practices article - Hey all. I wrote up an article about PHP best practices for Brian 04.12.2014 14:46
Holiday Mixer Invitation - Dec 17th - Hey everyone! Kixeye is throwing a holiday party from 6pm to 8pm on Dec 17th, and they've asked me to extend the invitation out to all of the San Francisco PHP User Group members! I will unfortunately already be on the other side of the Jacob M. 03.12.2014 10:24
Learn from the masters of programming for free - hack.summ Forest G. 13.11.2014 18:10
More open source - Hey everybody, We're continuing to roll out some more open source packages from Course Hero. The latest, slacktee, is a utility like Unix tee, but for sending to Slack (the chat app). This one's not for PHP, specifically, but most of our other proje Josh T. 13.11.2014 10:30
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I did a quick mockup of the home page based off of Jacob's basic idea. I figured when dealing with multiple people it's easier to just do a quick V1 so people can decide if it's the right direction or not. It's easier to say Caleb T. 08.11.2014 19:44
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I've been contemplating Job Boards and looking at Job-Sites like Odesk - I'd be interested in throwing the idea of Volunteer Organization with a Human Resources Management Department for both Academic and Business Career Professionals. JECunanan 08.11.2014 18:06
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Okay, I setup a GitHub project ( https://github.com/sfphp/sfphp­.org ) from the ZF2 skeleton app (sorry TomA, my bad, we both had the same idea at the same time). I still need to flesh out th Mike T. 08.11.2014 17:48
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I could possibly Design - I'm not sure exactly what everyone's feelings would be. But I'll start out with the Design Theme and Color Schemes. Blue? Gray? Other ideas? I design, no portfolio or anything currently. What do you need JECunanan 08.11.2014 17:46
Fwd: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Vorschau nicht verfügbar Ashley 08.11.2014 17:26
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Thomas R. 08.11.2014 16:57
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I'm new and certainly not a professional designer but if we don't have anyone else I can take a shot at designing something. Caleb On Sat, Nov 8, 20 Caleb T. 08.11.2014 16:57
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Hey everyone! :) Because I don’t know how the mailing list will handle attachments and such, I figured I would just make a blog post to show what I had so far for the design/structure o Jacob M. 08.11.2014 16:45
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Thank you sir that would be awesome. I would like to speak to you Omed, since I do work on deployments a lot and not just PHP dev. I am out in Minnesota.  @everyone, I will go ahead and setup up a server for the dev, and Thomas R. 08.11.2014 08:52
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Oh my. Clearly there is more interest than I had anticipated! Thank Jacob M. 07.11.2014 22:17
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - The state of Roll'n API is detailed on my blog: http://tomhanderson.blogspot.c­om Tom A. 07.11.2014 20:42
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - You're right Thomas.  Count me in y'all. On Nov 7,[masked]:53 PM, "Thomas Red-Cloud" < [address removed] > wrote: Tom A. 07.11.2014 20:30
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I'm in. My vote is for symfony 2 but whatever everyone feels most productive in works for me.  — Sent from my iPad. Please excuse any typos. user 1. 07.11.2014 19:04
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Gents, New to the group, but happy to throw in my $0.02:  I'm the product owner for the PHP agent at AppDynamics (we monitor some of the largest PHP deployments in the world). As a PHP progra Omed H. 07.11.2014 18:58
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Buddy, who cares? Its for the group, and we need to step up and show how its done. I mean seriously how hard is a commitment of 1-2 hours a day? Or possibly stroking it on the week-end? Think about it this way, we make a site, someone asks Thomas R. 07.11.2014 18:52
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I would want more info on what you've got planned before throwing my hat in the ring. https://github.com/StukiOrg/Ro­llnApi is my skeleton for ZF2, Doctrine 2, Apigili Tom A. 07.11.2014 18:27
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - CI, ZEND 1&2(not certified yet), Kohana 3x, Symphony 2 , Drupal, Wordpress.   On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 7:27 PM, Jacob Mather < Thomas R. 07.11.2014 17:55
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Would you be open to writing in symfony or are we set on Zend? — Sent from my iPad. Please excuse any typos. On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 a user 1. 07.11.2014 17:47
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I'd love to see some CI considerations in place as well - Travis and Code Climate integration. All th Jacob M. 07.11.2014 17:26
East Bay: Looking for Full-Time PHP/Zend Developer - Hi All,  My team has an opening for a full-time PHP developer in Newark, CA.  Experience with Zend Framework 2 is preferable, but any modern framework experience would be helpful if you have experience developing a soph paul 07.11.2014 15:03
Fwd: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - haha, just realized why this, and the replies, were not showing up correctly on the mailing list. They were being sent to the announcement list, not the mailing list. Oops. Anyway, now that it is on the cor Mike T. 07.11.2014 14:04
Re: [php-139] SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - I'm in for sure! :) On Fri, Nov 7, 2014 at 11:36 AM, Jacob Mather < [address removed] > wrote: Mike T. 07.11.2014 14:00
SF PHP Special Project: Do you know Zend Framework 2? - Hi Everyone! We're in the beginning stages of planning out an actual website for SF PHP and are looking for a few knowledgeable Zend Framework 2 developers who could help us out. If you're interested, and able to help, please reply to t Jacob M. 07.11.2014 11:34
Course Hero open source packages - Happy Halloween! At Course Hero, we're excited to announce that we've kicked off plans to start sharing some open-source packages, and they could be useful for other developers using PHP, Symfony/Symfony2, and more. First up: AsseticFilehashBuster Josh T. 31.10.2014 09:57
very short term activist coder wanted for gamechanger app - ANNOUNCEMENT: very short term activist coder(s) wanted for game-changer app GreatestGoodGreatestNumber 29.10.2014 11:22
News & Special Offer: Go to ZendCon for $299 (limit 25, first come, first serve) - Hey everyone! San Francisco PHP will have a booth at ZendCon this year, and along with that, we have managed to get an awesome set of discount codes from Zend to share with you! Zend is offering a special conference promotion to the mem Jacob M. 22.10.2014 12:10
What is Your Skill Level - 0 through 10? - If you had to describe your experience level on a scale of 0 to 10, where would you rank yours Michael J. F. 15.10.2014 14:03
Re: [php-139] [JOB] Drupal Developer - Mountain View, CA - Full Time or Contract - Dan, user 1. 20.08.2014 11:58
[JOB] Drupal Developer - Mountain View, CA - Full Time or Contract - - Positions: 1 - Type: Full time/salaried or contract/hourly - Location: Hired developer will work on-site in Mountain View, CA - Rate: Salary to 110k or contract to 90/hour dep. on exp. - Citizenship: Required. Green Card Ok - Relocation: OK Daniel S. 20.08.2014 11:47
Need to network with exceptional entrepreneurs? - Hi PHP developers, Debbie P. 17.08.2014 10:08
Re: [php-139] Hack Lang meetup? Or Hack Lang learning tracks? - I get it. But I admit (and I get that this is way different) that when Apple came out with Swift and then suddenly three new Meetup groups popped up overnight, I kind of wished Hack had the same enthusiasm behind it. I'm fairly sure I can use my sp Karen G. 10.08.2014 15:18
Re: [php-139] Hack Lang meetup? Or Hack Lang learning tracks? - Hi Karen, Hack is really just barely starting to gain any sort of traction - and HHVM as PHP replacement a little more so. I think that as the latter becomes more dominant the former will follow as people already trust the runtime. This will be a Davey S. 10.08.2014 12:03
Hack Lang meetup? Or Hack Lang learning tracks? - Hi all- I've been hoping since Facebook had its first Hack Developer Day a few months ago, that a meetup would surely follow. That way I could learn the language and see presentations, etc. But since FB eagerly announcing its new language, it's rea Karen G. 09.08.2014 19:53
August 21 – San Francisco: free IoT coding workshops on the AT&T RESTful M2X Data Service APIs - Vorschau nicht verfügbar user 1. 05.08.2014 08:13
Upcoming Deadline - Vorschau nicht verfügbar Keegan 04.08.2014 09:32
Excellent PHP Engineer position - user 1. 03.08.2014 07:00
Magento Developers - 100% Telecommute - I've got a client looking for multiple Magento Developers for full-time, salaried, 100% telecommute work paying 60-90k depending on experience + full benefits. Applicants can live anywhere in the USA, but you must have strong Magento skills, a stron Daniel S. 30.06.2014 07:25
More PHP side projects/startups - Hi PHPers, Ginger G. 05.06.2014 10:22
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - +1.  I always favor reducing the cost of an interview failure. Step 0. Ask fellow co-workers if they know anyone who is looking for work. Step 1.  Post a germane ad. 2. Have a qu Daniel L. 26.05.2014 07:23
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - The questions should be applicable to the job. The bay area interview process is generally broken. I've been asked algorithms questions for front-end-only roles. Never mind whether I know anything about JS frame Vincent C. 22.05.2014 11:29
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - /me likes ... Gladiator fight (optional) Michael J. F. 22.05.2014 10:30
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - I think the best way to judge a candidate is thought process and equally importantly, ability to communicate that process. user 1. 22.05.2014 08:56
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - This. So many times this. There are a number of companies I will never do business with, going forward, simply because they treated me like I was subhuman during an interview they *knew* I took a vacation day and a 90 minute (ea Keith B. 22.05.2014 08:11
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - Ultimately, working with someone helps you determine if you would ask for their help again in the future. Start w/ candidates that *want* to work. Some folks don't have a can-do attitude. (Shocking, I know) Alex A. 22.05.2014 08:00
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - I am a fan of challenging questions. But I don't judge a candidate on if they solve it or not. I judge them on their process, and how they handle the problem. But that's also a very small part of my process:  Anthony F. 22.05.2014 06:49
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - So, are there better ways to test the competency of a developer? Michael J. F. 22.05.2014 06:43
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - I'm not in favor of theoretical computational algorithms to test programmers, I test programmers according the the requirements of the job.  I've never hard to deal with theoretical c Daniel L. 20.05.2014 16:57
Re: [php-139] Candidate Selection Criteria - If the role requires application of said algorithm(s), yes. If your just doing CMS updates, ZF hacking, etc... It becomes desired but optional. See codility.com/train Alex A. 20.05.2014 12:32
Candidate Selection Criteria - Should employers use theoretical computational algorithms to determine your competence? Michael J. F. 20.05.2014 12:16
Free Tickets to TC Disrupt - Hi all: Jamie O 29.04.2014 10:19
Re: [php-139] Software Engineer (PHP, Ruby) - Product - Thanks, and i s it possible to work remotely from Adelaide? On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, Ron P < [address removed] > wrote: Anton A. 16.04.2014 23:07
Re: [php-139] Software Engineer (PHP, Ruby) - Product - This is a job local to San Francisco!  We have a new office in SoMa (Folsom @ 1st Street) and are looking to hire engineers in SF to augment our existing team in Sydney.  We are also hiring Ron P. 16.04.2014 10:07
Re: [php-139] Software Engineer (PHP, Ruby) - Product - Is it a remote job? If not, where is the office? On Tuesday, April 15, 2014, Ron P < [address removed] > wrote: Anton A. 16.04.2014 01:46
Software Engineer (PHP, Ruby) - Product - APPLY HERE . Bigcommerce is on a mission to power commerce globally and is seeking experienced Software Engineers to join the Produ Ron P. 15.04.2014 12:33
Jobs @ Bigcommerce (LAMP stack) - Join Bigcommerce and help build the commerce platform for 5 Ron P. 14.04.2014 23:32
Fwd: Weekend WordPress Workshops! (March 29 & 30 In SF) - Hi friends- WordPress Open Studio is currently offering two classes the weekend o Christine 18.03.2014 10:10
[php-139] PHP Developer job at UC Berkeley - Hello all: Office of Undergraduate Advising at UC Berkeley has a job opening for a mid- to senior level PHP developer. This is a two-year contract position.  Elena 11.03.2014 11:52
Upcoming deadline for entrepreneurial network - Hi all:  Neha P. 02.03.2014 10:50
Help promote the Wed Mar 5th HHVM event! - Hi all, right now we have 120 Yes RSVPs for next Wednesday's Hacking with HHVM talk. That's a great number but we'd really like to see if we can hit 150 or more. One of the goals Jacob and I have is to Mike T. 26.02.2014 11:43
Re: [php-139] Characteristics of a Master Programmer - If you are an engineer, RTFM. There is a link to unsubscribe. You wouldn't have received anything unless YOU yourself clicked and signed up. You could also try the logical method as tagging this in a e-mail filter so it doesn't get Thomas R. 13.02.2014 09:52
Re: [php-139] Characteristics of a Master Programmer - Hi, Plase stop spamming me with your emals aft user 1. 13.02.2014 09:41
Re: [php-139] Characteristics of a Master Programmer - IMHO, a master programmer (without deadlines) writes code that simple and in harmony with the objects around it. A good example of is the LZW compression algorithm.  The basic algorithm is so simple, that even a secretary Daniel L. 13.02.2014 08:49
Re: [php-139] Characteristics of a Master Programmer - Seriously, read 'The Tao of Programming' and 'The Zen of Programming'. If you don't get it, well..... On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 8:31 AM, Thomas Red-C Phillip 13.02.2014 03:34
Re: [php-139] Characteristics of a Master Programmer - A master programmer...is someone that had figured out that coding is a reflection of him or herself, it is a devotion of understanding the universe is in fact made of 0's and 1's and therefore is a way of life, not a career.  As you Thomas R. 12.02.2014 23:30
Characteristics of a Master Programmer - Hey all, What does the term, "Master Programmer", invoke in you? This Michael J. F. 12.02.2014 23:12

Personen in dieser
Gruppe sind auch in:

Registrieren

Meetup Mitglieder, Anmelden

Mit der Registrierung erklärst Du Dich mit den Allgemeinen Geschäftsbedingungen und der Datenschutzrichtlinie von Meetup einverstanden.