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Code Review – June 15, 2011

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 […]

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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.

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PHP 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, December 15 Baltimore PHP will host a code review. We will provide a few examples of both good and bad code, but […]

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Refactoring w/ Xdebug, KCacheGrind, PhpUnit and the Kitchen Sink with Owen Byrne

Suddenly faced with 50k lines of legacy PHP including this one? ini_set(max_memory_size, 100000M); Owen will talk about strategies and tools for dealing with difficult old code. Owen Byrne is best-known as co-founder and original developer ofDigg.com, but has worked for 25 years in software and IT. More recently he was a big part of the […]

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