• SydPHP - May 2019 Meetup

    Deputy

    Please join us for our May 2019 meetup. -- Scheduled Talks -- Dependency inversion, injection and the containers :: Luã de Souza "In this talk, I'll talk about the dependency inversion principle, dependency injection and DI containers, using real-life examples for each of the concepts to understand the difference between them, how they align together and the benefits of applying it to your code." Wordpress and the Modern PHP Developer, or How I made my peace with the most popular PHP application in the world :: Haoran Un "Wordpress. Every user loves it, but every developer hates it. In this we walk through several production-ready libraries and tools you can use to modernise your Wordpress stack and find some semblance of sanity." -- Lightning Talks -- TBA -- About the Host -- Deputy is a product-led organisation, using innovative cloud-based technology, machine learning and A.I, headquartered in Australia, and growing rapidly across America, APAC and EMEA. The company's product, also called Deputy, is the ultimate employee management tool, helping businesses transform operations and empowering employees to work the way they want. Deputy powers the way businesses schedule and manage their employees. Our innovative cloud-based technology helps businesses with employees schedule/time & attendance, and drive high engagement with their teams’ communication, task management and employee performance technologies. - Deloitte's #21 Fastest Growing Technology companies in Australia 2018, - Winner of Westpac Innovative Business of Tomorrow Award 2018! - $111M Series B round of financing from IVP, OpenView Venture Partners, Square Peg Venture Partners and Equity Venture Partners -- Schedule -- 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - First talk 7:00pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:40pm - Second talk 8:00pm - Community shout-outs and lightning talks 8:15pm - Finish (and continue to a nearby pub) -- Want to speak at a future event? -- As always, we are looking for speakers for our meetups to make the events as valuable as possible for the community. If you are interested in speaking at a meetup or would like to hear about a topic, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time so you won't miss anything. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - March 2019 Meetup

    ELMO Software

    Please join us for our March 2019 meetup. -- Scheduled Talks -- What is OAuth2? :: Nootan Ghimire "Authentication and authorisation are hot topics in the light of the recent and not-so-recent data breaches. Many engineers talk about them but only people who are specifically assigned to such projects get deeply familiar with them. During the presentation we will learn the difference between authentication and authorisation, and will get familiar with OAuth2 in detail." Living with the Legacy :: Dave Newson "Every time we build something, we learn and improve our methods, however anything we've built in the past can be difficult to improve, modify or even trust. How can we take old scary code, and make it something we can be proud of?" -- Lightning Talks -- TBA -- About the Host -- ELMO (ASX:ELO) is the fastest growing HR Tech company in the region. We provide innovative cloud HR, payroll and rostering / time & attendance technology to more than 1000 organisations across APAC, helping them to manage, engage, and inspire their people. The ELMO solution allows organisations to manage their HR and payroll processes within one simple platform, with a single dashboard and reporting suite. -- Schedule -- 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:25pm start 6:25pm - Event sponsor introduction 6:30pm - First talk 7:00pm - Jobs & hiring 7:05pm - Pizza & networking 7:30pm - Second talk 8:15pm - Community shout-outs and lightning talks 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to a nearby pub) -- Want to speak at a future event? -- As always, we are looking for speakers for our meetups to make the events as valuable as possible for the community. If you are interested in speaking at a meetup or would like to hear about a topic, please reach out via https://github.com/sydphp/meetup-talks/ • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time so you won't miss anything. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - February 2019 Meetup

    Deputy

    Please join us for our February 2019 meetup. -- Scheduled Talks -- Make you application locale-aware :: Reza Salarmher "Do you want to attract visitors from China or Brazil? But to make them take your application seriously, you have to internationalise your web application. You need to render dates, numbers and currencies in the format that is familiar for your new audience. PHP has built-in support for this task similar to most other programming languages. After this talk, we will learn how to globalise our web app smoothly using ICU (Intl) library." Getting to grips with PHP on Kubernetes :: Allan Shone "PHP applications can be deployed in many ways - copied to one or more servers to run directly on the given OS, packaged into a container, upladed to AWS Lambda to run in a roundabout way, and so on. One of the options is using a Kubernetes cluster, which also provides many other services readily available. Let's see how a Kubernetes-based PHP API orchestration works in practice!" -- Lightning Talks -- API documentation :: Leandro Repolho "A quick overview of tools I've been using with my team to generate useful and updated documentation for our microservices, everything committed in the repos instead of using software such as Confluence or Google Drive docs." The MachinePack framework :: James Hornitzky "A brief introduction of the MachinePack framework that allows reusable integrations between WordPress & Laravel projects." -- About the Host -- Deputy is a product-led organisation, using innovative cloud-based technology, machine learning and A.I, headquartered in Australia, and growing rapidly across America, APAC and EMEA. The company's product, also called Deputy, is the ultimate employee management tool, helping businesses transform operations and empowering employees to work the way they want. Deputy powers the way businesses schedule and manage their employees. Our innovative cloud-based technology helps businesses with employees schedule/time & attendance, and drive high engagement with their teams’ communication, task management and employee performance technologies. - Deloitte's #21 Fastest Growing Technology companies in Australia 2018, - Winner of Westpac Innovative Business of Tomorrow Award 2018! - $111M Series B round of financing from IVP, OpenView Venture Partners, Square Peg Venture Partners and Equity Venture Partners -- Schedule -- 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - First talk 7:00pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:30pm - Second talk 8:15pm - Community shout-outs and lightning talks 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to a nearby pub) -- Want to speak at a future event? -- As always, we are looking for speakers for our meetups to make the events as valuable as possible for the community. If you are interested in speaking at a meetup or would like to hear about a topic, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time so you won't miss anything. The event will be recorded.

  • SydPHP - January 2019 Meetup

    Finder

    Please join us for our first meetup of 2019. We're excited to welcome Matthieu Napoli as a remote speaker for our first meetup of 2019. He'll share his journey into serverless application development with PHP and about his project called Bref which provides a serverless deployment process tailored for PHP. -- Scheduled Talks -- A journey towards serverless on a ship called PHP :: Matthieu Napoli "I got started with AWS Lambda because it runs code cheaply. Soon after, I realized how the shift in resource allocation and scaling can create great opportunities. Then, working on Bref and using it, I loved how simple deploying and running code had become. But as we move into the serverless world, I get the feeling that there is even more to it…" PHP data structures :: Szasza Palmer "PHP has baseline data types everyone knows about. Other languages however have more advanced data structures like stacks, heaps, hash maps, and fixed-length arrays, with which area PHP compares poorly since it's array/object duo is being used for everything. Or is there something we don't know about?" -- Lightning Talks -- Binary bitwise operators :: Nootan Ghimire TBC -- About the Host -- finder.com.au is a comparison site making waves in Australia and around the world. Their goal is to share useful knowledge that helps the world make better decisions. Whether that's teaching people how to save money, get rewards or just comparing product choices. Finder was recognized by Anthill as Australia's Coolest Online Company for 2017 thanks to an amazing team, wonderful users and our innovative product. Achieving their mission of changing the way the world makes decisions requires a diverse mix of creative, passionate and innovative people. We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer and continually striving to create a diverse and inclusive environment where all of our people feel a sense of belonging and bring their authentic selves to work. -- Schedule -- 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - A journey towards serverless on a ship called PHP 7:00pm - Q&A 7:15pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - PHP data structures 8:15pm - Community shoutouts and lightning talks 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to a nearby pub) -- Want to speak at a future event? -- As always, we are looking for speakers for our meetups to make the events as valuable as possible for the community. If you are interested in speaking at a meetup or would like to hear about a topic, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - August Meetup

    Finder

    • What we'll do Please join us for our August meetup. -- Scheduled Talks -- Containerizing PHP applications :: Pav Zwierzynski - Finder Pav will provide an overview of how to develop, build and deploy PHP applications in Docker Introduction to Event Sourcing in PHP :: Evan McMahon - Finder Evan will provide an introduction to Event Sourcing and CQRS, how it can help us and how we can implement in PHP -- About the Host -- finder.com.au is a comparison site making waves in Australia and around the world. Their goal is to share useful knowledge that helps the world make better decisions. Whether that's teaching people how to save money, get rewards or just comparing product choices. Finder was recognized by Anthill as Australia's Coolest Online Company for 2017 thanks to an amazing team, wonderful users and our innovative product. Achieving their mission of changing the way the world makes decisions requires a diverse mix of creative, passionate and innovative people. We are committed to being an equal opportunities employer and continually striving to create a diverse and inclusive environment where all of our people feel a sense of belonging and bring their authentic selves to work. -- Schedule -- 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - Introduction to Event Sourcing in PHP 7:00pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - Containerizing PHP applications 8:15pm - Community shoutouts and lightning talks 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to a nearby pub) -- Want to speak at a future event? -- As always, we are looking for speakers our meetups to help us build out the years events. If you are interested, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - June Meetup

    THE ICONIC

    • What we'll do Please join us for our June meetup. *** Speakers *** October CMS - So you don't want to touch Wordpress, eh? :: Szasza Palmer Given some of the exciting conversations related to CMS solutons last month at News Corp, Szasza is here to share some information about October CMS and get us talking. Pull Requests - The good, the bad and the ugly :: Aaron Weatherall Aaron will take us thorough some examples of what makes a good Pull Request (PR). You'll leave knowing how to get things done and avoid upsetting your collaborators. Lightning Talk 1 - TBA Lightning Talk 2 - TBA *** Schedule *** 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - Talks start 7:15pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - Second talk / lightning 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to the Civic Hotel for a tipple) *** Sponsors *** Thank you to THE ICONIC who are kindly providing the venue, food and drinks for our meetup! *** Speakers *** As always, we are looking for speakers our meetups to help us build out the years events. If you are interested, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - May Meetup

    News Corp

    • What we'll do Please join us for our May meetup *** Speakers *** API schema changes in a layered system :: Michael Chan Traits: good or bad? :: Sahil Sharma Building cross functional teams (a non-technical talk about culture and building great teams) :: Ollie Brennan and Manuel Silva *** Schedule *** 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - Talks start 7:15pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - Talks continue 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to nearby pub for a tipple) *** Sponsors *** Thank you to News Corp who are kindly providing the venue, food and drinks for our meetup! *** Speakers *** As always, we are looking for speakers our meetups to help us build out the years events. If you are interested, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. +1s are not permitted for this event. We will sign off names on entry so RSVPs are essential. RSVPs will close on Monday May 28 at 11:59 PM. Should you no longer be available prior to the event, please update your RSVP. Attendee names will NOT be released to sponsors. Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - April Meetup

    THE ICONIC

    • What we'll do Please join us for our April meetup (on a Tuesday for a change...the day before Anzac Day) *** Speakers *** Getting hands on with PHP 7.3 :: Szasza Palmer PHP 7.3 is around the corner with an expected release in late 2018. Although it is only a minor release which is not yet finalised, it already contains numerous changes and fixes worth taking a look at. During the talk Szasza will showcase the new, and the changed features compared to 7.2, and will also touch-base on the potential/planned features scheduled to be included in 7.3 Prototyping with PHP :: Dave Clark Dave will show some quick examples of prototyping with PHP and scripting to support development for projects beyond web apps. Lightning Talk 1 - TBA Lightning Talk 2 - TBA *** Schedule *** 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - Talks start 7:15pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - Second talk / lightning 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to the Civic Hotel for a tipple) *** Sponsors *** Thank you to THE ICONIC who are kindly providing the venue, food and drinks for our meetup! *** Speakers *** As always, we are looking for speakers our meetups to help us build out the years events. If you are interested, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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  • SydPHP - March Meetup

    THE ICONIC

    • What we'll do Please join us for our March meetup (a week early as Easter gets in the way) *** Speakers *** Refactoring legacy PHP projects to scale with queues and workers - One approach to breaking up a monolith PHP project into smaller components that are more maintainable and scalable in the cloud :: Adam Synnott Experimentation without code - A quick guide on how to build shippable experiments with no / little code :: Vitor Leonardi Lightning Talk 1 - Using Chrome Extensions to help debug - Andre Wyrwa Lightning Talk 2 - TBA *** Schedule *** 6:00pm - Arrive for a 6:30 start 6:30pm - Talks start 7:15pm - Jobs & Hiring (oh and pizza & networking) 7:45pm - Second talk / lightning 8:30pm - Finish (and continue to the Civic Hotel for a tipple) *** Sponsors *** Thank you to THE ICONIC who are kindly providing the venue, food and drinks for our meetup! *** Speakers *** As always, we are looking for speakers our meetups to help us build out the years events. If you are interested, please let us know. • What to bring Just turn up with a smile on your face and space for Pizza in your belly. • Important to know Space is limited. We will sign off names on entry so please update your RSVP should you no longer be available prior to the event (names will NOT be released to sponsors). Please arrive on time as the lifts will lock. The event will be recorded.

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