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.

All levels of code will be accepted. Just starting out in PHP? This is your chance to get help and guidance from people that have made their careers in PHP. Do you write Enterprise level code and think it’s second to none? Now is your chance to test your theory and share your skills with the group and pass on your knowledge.

Tim Crider is a Systems Architect for MGH, a Baltimore advertising and marketing firm located in Owings Mills and a frequent attendee of the user group. Tim has have been directly involved in designing, implementing and maintaining large data warehouses. He has designed custom data processing applications including reporting engines, data conversion, and data cleansing. He was also responsible for large database servers utilizing open source software such as the MySQL Database Server (v 3.x, 4.x, 5.x), Apache Web Server (1.3.x), PHP, and several Linux distributions. Tim has over a decade of experience in all of these technologies and continues to keep current on new and exciting trends in the field. He is a very avid PHP user who often thinks outside of the box.

The meeting starts at 6:30, and we’ll get on the code review around 7:00. 6:30 – 7:00 is reserved for chit chat, socializing, and our usual pizza tasting :)

We are meeting at our new location.  Michael Rosner, a member of Beehive Baltimore, made the new meeting location possible.  Please make sure to thank him and support your local community.  Bring a friend that’s interested in PHP, someone looking to refine their skills, or meet fellow PHPers. The more the merrier.

As usual, we’ll continue our tradition and conversation over a few beers.  We’ll be going to the Fieldhouse afterwards.  The Fieldhouse is in the same complex as the meeting.  No driving required.

 

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One Response to “PHP Community Code Review moderated by Tim Crider”

zane

June 1, 2011 at 4:20 pm

The new location is great! WordPress Baltimore meets there as well, I’ve been considering renting space there as well.

Looking forward to this meetup

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