Past Meetup

PHP London March 2018

This Meetup is past

96 people went

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Details

Venue: Sainsburys, 33 Holborn, London, EC1N 2HT

Note: There will be members of Sainsbury's staff who will be able to help you to the correct room.

Agenda:

7:00-7:30 - Informal drinks, snacks and chat
7:30-7:35 - Welcome & group announcements
7:40-8:30 - Talk:

Five Tips for Aspiring Tech Team Managers

Management isn't a topic that developers like to discuss a lot, it simply isn't as exciting as single responsibility or interface segregation. It is though a very important topic as management can make or break a tech project. It is aslo an interesting and worthwhile career path for people to follow; learning to mentor and guide younger developers along with learning about the business, finance and legal side of tech projects. Transitioning from developer to manager can be difficult though, in my talk I will offer advice for aspiring managers and developers generally on why they should become managers, what to expect and how to become better at it.

Speaker: Rob Waller

Rob is the Head of Technology at Breakthrough Media, a communications agency based in London, where he runs a team of ten, including developers, project managers and QA.

He has been writing PHP for nearly a decade and in 2012 released the Fakers App which is Twitter's largest anti-bot app.

Sponsors

LendInvest (https://www.lendinvest.com) - LendInvest provide finance to property professionals, and provide a platform for individuals and institutions to invest in property backed loans.

We'll also have 2 licences from JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/products.html) for any of their products to raffle.

Want to speak at PHP London?

We are always looking for speakers for our monthly meetups. If you would like to give a talk this year please fill out the form at the link below.

http://docs.google.com/a/phplondon.org/forms/d/1_RYzeZZwOKYXP4dpeNXytyGNQgVDL_XDmy25hxpPdDc

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