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We are currently looking for a presenter for this meetup. We encourage everyone to come out to network, learn, teach, participate. If there's a reason you can't make any of our meetups, but you are interested, please drop me an email ([masked]) to le (... Read More)

Join us for a presentation on Laravel Livewire and Alpine JS from their creator, Caleb Porzio. Caleb will be giving a walkthrough of both projects, explaining the philosophy behind them (including writing less javascript), and showing off some of the (... Read More)

Oscar Merida, the Editor-in-Chief of php[architect] magazine, will be in San Diego and presenting on XDebug and Profiling. If you are not familiar with XDebug, or maybe you are but never took the time to configure it, this talk will show you the bene (... Read More)

PHP uses an array to contain and transport data within our application. An array is a hybrid, associative, linear data structure.How do they work, exactly? What does an array look like under the hood? Can we do better, and does it actually matter? We (... Read More)

San Diego PHPJohn continues his rehearsal for php with his next talk Event Sourcing 101. Learn the basics of Event sourcing and some of its benefitsLa Jolla, CA 92037 - USAWednesday, October 9 at 7:00 PMhttps://www.meetup.com/SanDiegoPHP/events/26487 (... Read More)

Ports and adapters and inputs and outputs oh my! In this talk we will be breaking down The Hexagon and showing how it promotes better software architecture. A bit of Domain Driven Design (DDD) will be discussed and how that fits in at the core of The (... Read More)

Hello fellow SDPHP’ersThis Month's Meetup (Wednesday, July 10th, 2019)Hexagonal ArchitecturePorts and adapters and inputs and outputs oh my! In this talk we will be breaking down The Hexagon and showing how it promotes better software architecture. A bit of Domain Driven Design (DDD) will be discussed and how that fits in at the core of The Hexagon. Also we will touch on some Command Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS) basics to see how that can improve software design. Finally we will walk through a practical example of a simple blogging a (... Read More)

An introduction to the Symfony Framework where we will cover setting it up, some configuration, creating pages, and interacting with a database.

On Wednesday, we looked at message queues and when to use and what to expect with Maksym Bodnar. His main focus points were what are message queues, why you'd want to implement MQ, and what you should be aware/think of before implementing MQs. Thank you so much to everyone who came out and joined us at PayLease for this month's meetup. Our next meetup will be April 10th, 2018 at 7PM. Don't forget to join our Meetup page to stay updated on our monthly presentations and other opportunities to work with us. Slides Message queues (... Read More)

On Wednesday, we had an introduction to the Laravel Framework. We talked a little about the history of Laravel, what makes it different from other frameworks, as well as some real coding solutions. This was presented by organizer Eric Van Johnson who has been coding with the Laravel framework professionally for years. We also went over the basics of starting a new laravel application, to some of the basic workflows, and touched on more advanced topics such as queuing. Thank you so much to everyone who came out and joined us at PayLease for th (... Read More)

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This is the home of the San Diego PHP User Group. Rebooted in 2012 by John Congdon and held our first Meetup on July 19th, 2012.