The Group of All Groups

No, seriously, it is. Wanna know why Baltimore PHP is so awesome? Because we get what’s important to you: namely, the chance to hang with other smart people, get great ideas and score a free meal once a month.

But don’t just take our word for it; come and see for yourself. Register for one of our upcoming meet-ups where you’ll be able to personally meet and learn from the best PHP developers in the Baltimore area. So whether you work with MySQL, LAMP, a CMS like Drupal or Joomla or just in general open source web development, come check us out. Anyone with an interest in PHP is welcome to join.

Code Review – June 15, 2011

You know your code works, but have you ever wondered if it would win a beauty contest, or could be improved at all? Well here is your chance to find out! On Wednesday, June 15 Baltimore PHP will host a community code review, moderated by Tim Crider. We will provide a few examples of both good and bad code, but anyone is welcome (AND ENCOURAGED) to bring some examples of their code to let the group evaluate. We had AWESOME submissions the last time. A lot of GREAT conversation was generated. More Details

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Grails for PHP developers part 1

Grails for PHP developers part 1

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Code Review – June 15, 2011

Code Review – June 15, 2011

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Mobile Development with PHP

Mobile Development with PHP

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PHP Community Code Review moderated by Tim Crider

You know your code works, but have you ever wondered if it would win a beauty contest, or could be improved at all? Well here is your chance to find out! On Wednesday, June 15 Baltimore PHP will host a community code review, moderated by Tim Crider. We will provide a few examples of both good and bad code, but anyone is welcome (AND ENCOURAGED) to bring some examples of their code to let the group evaluate. We had AWESOME submissions the last time. A lot of GREAT conversation was generated.

Submit your code before the event to code@baltimorephp.org, and we will obfuscate your code and evaluate it.