PHP User Group Munich Meeting

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THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. Please if you can’t make it update your RSVPs in order to leave free spots for those on the waiting list! Thanks.

On Wednesday, 25th March 2015, we would like to invite you to our next community meetup of the PHP User Group Munich. Please sign up to give us a hint how many PHP developers are coming!

18.30 Beer & Pizza sponsored by Westwing (https://www.westwing.de/)

19.30 Backup - how phpbu can help by Sebastian Feldmann ( http://phpbu.de )

20.30 FOSSology (http://fossology.org/) by Johannes Najjar and Andreas Würl (TNG (http://tngtech.com))

Backup - how phpbu can help

Sebastian Feldmann ( http://phpbu.de )

Backup should be an essential piece of your business, regardless if it is one of the most neglected things. In this session Sebastian talks about how phpbu can help you simplify your backup process, move your backups to a safe location and how to get notified if something goes wrong.

Sebastian Feldmann leads a team of Web-Developers at CHECK24 (http://www.check24.de). He shares a great passion for performance and elegant design in software, GUIs and other things. Some of his free time he spends on developing phpbu (@phpBUde (https://twitter.com/phpbude)).

FOSSology

Johannes Najjar and Andreas Würl (TNG (http://tngtech.com))

FOSSology is a package of free and open source software analysis tools, mainly for scanning files for licenses and copyright statements.

Its user interface is a PHP application which controls the analysis of software packages from upload to report generation. In the backend a scheduler service manages independent analysis modules, written in various languages.

After presenting FOSSology, including some hands on examples, we would like to present our contributions to the software. This will include technical aspects of refactoring and integration of new features. Finally we would like to talk about our experience with open source development in a corporate context.

Johannes Najjar works as a Software Consultant at TNG. He is interested
in agile software development and rapid prototyping.

Andreas Würl works as a Senior Consultant at TNG. His main focus is agile software development with focus on quality and sustainable design. In his free time he is contributing to various open source projects.