The October 1st meet up is going to be Lightning Talks & Retrospective
Marc Wickenden is an application security consultant and code lover. He is both a maker and a breaker of apps and loves helping developers understand how bad people think and teaching ways to stop them. He will talk about the issues he comes across in relation to PHP.
PHP 7 is coming! But what does this mean for PHP developers in the Real World (TM)?
This talk is an investigation into the research I have been undertaking concentrating on the transition between a largish PHP Application and adoption of a micro service architecture.
"Every time you hear people say they are using Websockets you hear the same languages repeated over and over: Node.js, python, go etc. Seldom do you hear PHP.
You may have heard of Gulp - it’s a task runner and build tool that allows you to automate repetitive tasks for your app. Compiling SASS/LESS etc, minifying and concatenating files to reduce the number and size of requests on a page.
A super-short version of our un-conference, everyone is welcome to come on the day to do a talk. Lightning talks are simple and short - just 10 minutes. Come and learn something new.
You may have heard of Gulp - it’s a task runner and build tool that allows you to automate repetitive tasks for your app. Compiling SASS/LESS etc, minifying and concatenating files to reduce the number and size of requests on a page. But it also has uses for the PHP world too.
DDD may sound like yet another "stop what you're doing and do it our way" buzzword, but in truth DDD simply provides a few simple but effective techniques for designing and developing software. It's there when you need it, but not imposing. There is no right or wrong, just complicated and simple.
Testing from the front end
by Gabriel Baker @gabriel403