We are delaying our regular evening meetup by a week this month in order to have a combined meetup with the Kansas City Women in Technology TechTalks. This will be an exciting opportunity for us to learn about KCWiT, TechTalks, and other KCWiT programs. John Kary will give his highly-rated “Rethinking Loops” talk.
After the event, please rate the meeting and the talk.
Light refreshments will be served.
We will meet at 6pm, July 12, at Stowers Institute in KCMO. Free visitor parking in the parking garage will be available (just park anywhere that isn’t marked “member”).
An RSVP is appreciated via meetup.
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
Check out the January 2017 issue of php[architect]. Our member, Joseph Maxwell, has an article based on his talk, Four Design Patterns to Make Better Code.
Well done, Joseph!
Those of you who have been with us since the beginning probably remember when our group started over a decade ago at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas.
Well, turns out our friends over at JCCC are looking for a Web Application Developer with PHP experience. Go to jobs.jccc.edu for details and application information.
If you have experience and are looking for a great place to work in KC, I’d personally recommend you check them out.
KC PUG is looking for feedback from it’s members. If you are reading this message, THAT’s YOU!
Please take a few moments and fill out this great survey John put together for us. It’s only one page– 10 simple questions–that will help us get a better understanding of what our PHP Development community is looking for.
Thank you for your time!
KCPug.org has been around since 2001 (I think) and I am pleased to release the fourth major iteration of our site. We have many plans for new tools, pages, and information–but for now, I focused mainly on data migration. You will find some placeholders looking for feedback, etc. You may even spot a custom widget or two.
What you will find is any active user accounts, stories and story comments (sorry, no forums).
I still plan to post how I did the migration…there isn’t much in-depth xoops to wordpress migration information out there and when you see my ugly sql of doom, you will probably see why.
I’m fairly new to WordPress, so if you have any tips, ideas, or ah-ha moments, please let me know. I certainly look forward to seeing you all again in this wonderful new year.