Voor meetup #19 waren onze vrienden van Studio Emma (http://www.studioemma.be) bereid hun locatie andermaal ter beschikking te stellen. Traditioneel voorzien ze ons van de nodige hapjes en drankjes. Iedereen zeker welkom, al was het maar om Steven VDP te overtuigen om eens te komen spreken.
Deze avond hebben we ook een schitterende prijs te rafflen: "The Complete Reference Package (http://adamwathan.me/refactoring-to-collections/#packages)" van "Refactoring to Collections (http://adamwathan.me/refactoring-to-collections)", geschreven door Adam Wathan (https://twitter.com/adamwathan).
We spreken af op dinsdag 28 juni vanaf 19u30.
Joind.in: komt eraan!
Locatie: Studio Emma (Parking voor & naast het gebouw)
19:30 - 20:00: Welkom & Drankjes
20:00 - 20:10: Intro PHP-WVL
20:10 - 20:15: Intro locatiesponsor
20:15 - 21:00: Taking care of backups with Laravel (Freek Van der Herten)
21:00 - 21:15: Pauze
21:15 - 21:45: Latest News from Magento: M2, Cloud, Plans, Q&A (Ben Marks)
21:45 - ... : Raffle & Socializen
Taking care of backups with Laravel (Freek)
Thanks to all the excellent resources on server management many developers are now setting up and administrating their own servers. If you are one of them you can't count on anybody else but yourself to backup the data of your clients.
We'll cover the backup issues presented when using modern hosting such as Linode and DigitalOcean. Then we'll review some enterprise grade solutions. Finally we'll dive deep into implementing a backup system using Laravel 5's filesystem abstraction.
Wie is Freek?
Freek Van der Herten is a partner and developer at Spatie (https://spatie.be), a small Antwerp based company that specializes in creating web apps. After hours he writes about modern PHP and Laravel on his blog: https://murze.be . When not coding he's probably rehearsing with his kraut-rock band (https://jarenduren.bandcamp.com/).
Latest News from Magento: M2, Cloud, Plans, Q&A (Ben)
Who is Ben?
A long-time developer of PHP-based sites and commerce solutions, Ben has focused on Magento since 2008. He joined the Magento team in 2014 to help represent Magento to the developer world and vice versa. He's appeared in several training videos, delivered over 2000 hours of in-person and online training, and advised on the Magento certification programs. These days he is helping to spread the word (and to hear feedback) about the latest and most advanced open source commerce solution: Magento 2.