Past Meetup

Monitoring and object oriented frameworks @ Awave

This Meetup is past

31 people went

Price: $3.50 /per person
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Details

We should naturally have a meetup in April and Awave ( https://www.awave.se ) have been nice enough to host it April 19th. Food and drinks will be available and if you were at Awave last time, you’ll know there will be some karaoke and ping pong as well!

We want to get into doing some lightning talks at the meetups. It’s a great way to start working on your presenting skills and just to see something cool and useful. The talk could be about a problem you solved in a cool way, some open source project you’re working on, or just some cool tool.

If you’re interested in presenting a lightning talk, contact [masked]

Talk by Tobias Nyholm (@tobiasnyholm (https://twitter.com/TobiasNyholm))
When a user complains about experiencing an error, how do you find it? You probably have log files for your application, PHP-FPM, webserver and the syslog. Multiply this with every server you are running and you have a full time job reading logs. When you found all the relevant log entries you still don’t have a stack trace, request info or data about how often this error is reoccurring.

In this talk I’ll share with you how to properly do logging, reading logs and monitoring all your web services. Knowledge is everything.

PuristPHP" by Nicholas Ruunu (@nicholasruunu (https://twitter.com/nicholasruunu))
I’ve been ranting about frameworks and OOP standards for a while, so I thought it was time to present my take on a framework. Inspired by the Takes framework (https://github.com/yegor256/takes) in Java, my goal is to create something similar for PHP. This talk will go through the ideas and concept of the framework and have some OOP ranting in it.

Hopefully this talk will inspire you to come work on the project with me!

Lightning talks
Hopefully a few 5-8 minutes long lightning talks. If you’re interested in presenting a lightning talk, contact [masked] .

This is a paid event
We are trying something new here. We are charging 29 SEK for this event. We are doing that for two reasons:

- We want to be able to buy giveaways like stickers, books and T-shirts
- We want to have a budget to pay for speakers from other countries

We are not going to pay any salary to the organizers. This event is driven by a non-profit association (ideell förening) and we exists for its members.