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Built Technologies, Inc.

Nashville, TN, us (map)

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Past events that happened here

  • Tuesday
    Feb 13 2018
    Nashville PHP Feb 2018 - Daniel Carbone

    This month, community member Daniel Carbone will be giving a talk to the group.

    From Daniel:

    Who I am:

    • Research & Development Engineer at Education Networks of America
    • Built first website at 10
    • Apple Certified Repair tech[masked]
    • Professionally writing code for various purposes for the past 12 years
    • Github: https://github.com/dcarbone

    General talk workflow:

    • Writing code is a form of self-expression with unparalleled freedom
    • Identify SMALL ideas, build them (demonstrate camel, gotime)
    • Identify bikesheds, build them (demonstrate tns-parser, php-fhir, vsz-api)
    • Have fun with all of it
    • Maybe other stuff

  • Tuesday
    Jul 11 2017
    Nashville PHP June 2017: PHPChunkIt Library - Jonathan Wage

     PHPChunkit is a PHP library built on top of PHPUnit that gives you the ability to chunk your tests and run them in parallel across multiple servers and processes. At OSP we went from 30 minutes of serial running tests to 3 minutes running in parallel with PHPChunkit.

    Jonathan Wage - @jwage - CTO OpenSky Holdings, LLC

  • Tuesday
    Jun 13 2017
    Syntax Is Not Programming

    Marcus Fulbright -- Engineer at Atata

    Learning programming languages can be scary. Even veteran coders can struggle with learning new languages. Syntax can look intimidating and cause lots of frustration. Luckily, programming languages are built on a set of fundamental principles that change very little between languages. Focusing on these things will separate programming from syntax, and make the learning process easier for everybody.

  • Nashville PHP June 2017: Open Source Your Library, Ben Ramsey

    Due to a scheduling conflict Marcus Fulbright will not be presenting this time around. He will give the same presentation for the July meeting on 7/11. The new talk for this month will be given by Ben Ramsey.

    Open Source Your Library, Ben Ramsey

    You’ve downloaded and installed open source libraries, required them as Composer dependencies, and perused the source code of countless GitHub repositories. Now,  you’re ready to help others by open-sourcing your own library. So, what does it take to build and publish an open source library? In this session, we’ll take a look at some of the common patterns open source PHP libraries follow. Along the way, we’ll cover: evaluating libraries for quality, common directory structures, the importance of tests and how to run them on Travis CI, publishing to Packagist, interacting with a community, and more.

    About Ben

    Ben Ramsey is a web craftsman, author, and speaker. He is a software architect at ShootProof, where he builds a platform for professional photographers. He enjoys organizing user groups and contributing to open source software. Ben blogs at benramsey.com and is @ramsey on Twitter.

  • Tuesday
    Apr 11 2017
    Data Sanitization in AWS Two Ways

    Dee Wilcox, software engineer at NASBA will share with us...

    As developers, at some point we all need clean, sanitize dated to work with in our development and QA environments. In this talk we will talk review two approaches to you easily obtaining sanitized MySQL data from an AWS RDS instance. We will review both approaches, discuss upsides and downsides, and talk about ways to improve and automate both processes.