We are also looking for speakers, for our next events.
Speaker Application Form (https://viennaphp.typeform.com/to/DNyasw)
I encourage everybody, to share with us their experience and knowledge, so please get in touch with Boris! Meet awesome PHP devs and other interesting people at ViennaPHP, enjoy a Club Mate or a beer and let's have fun.
• "Welcome" by Boris Hrkic
• "State in a stateless world" by Luka Muzinic
"Have you ever heard terms like automata theory, Turing machines and finite state machines? While they might sound too abstract or even out of place for web development, rest assured, they can be quite useful in your applications.
We will quickly cover some basics and then dive right into most popular PHP state machine libraries. After the talk, you will know benefits of using state machines and, most importantly, how and when to implement them."
Luka Muzinic: Software engineer/consultant, working for Code4Hire. Likes teaching and mentoring. WebCamp Zagreb organiser.
• "What’s new in Laravel 5.5?" by Christian Leo-Pernold
"All the new stuff in Laravel 5.5"
Christian Leo-Pernold is a full stack web developer, (since ca. 2004), father of two and like to play guitar and to bbq
• "PHP on Heroku" by Michael Schramm
"Running PHP on heroku is easy, some parts are not as well documented as others - this is to give you an introduction on how to use it."
Michael Schramm - CTO and Co-Founder of GoSEPP.com (https://www.gosepp.com/de/die-teilzahlung-app/)
Additional talks? Sure! We need still talks, so please get in touch with Boris! Sponsors? Sure! If you want to give thirsty devs something to drink while they talk about your company and remember it as one of the best around, come talk to Boris!
• "Coding attitude - trying to stay reasonable" by Jakob Oberhummmer
"we heard a lot of different principles and Ideas most of the time formed as an acronym like SOLID or KISS or things like clean code. Big questions like Functional vs Object-Oriented, when to comment, how should readable code look like ? Those who've heard one of my talks before know, I won't tell anyone what to do. Just what my current ideas on those topics are and maybe have a good discussion with a beer afterwards :)"
Jakob Oberhummmer- he is currently working as a Freelancer. He writes in several languages and paradigms but have 10+years php experience. He plays guitar, He reads books and he never liked writing about himself ;)
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Liechtenecker - Lab & Studio für digitale Erlebnisse
Their team is growing and they are looking for :
• PHP Backend Developer with special interest in chatbotsFind out more about Liechtenecker (https://liechtenecker.at/backend-entwicklerin-gesucht/)!
*If you fit to the job, please apply!
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*No Show/Late Cancel policy: If you have a history of doing this (we keep track of attendance on your profile), we won't be able to count on you to show up when you say you are going to. Out of respect and courtesy to others that DO show up, we may bump you to the waiting list for meetups with limited space in favor of those with a positive attendance history. If you make a habit out of no showing or late cancelling, we may remove you from the group.