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Tuesday
Feb 10, 2009
PDXPHP monthly meeting: Advanced PHP Data Objects Programming Using MySQL Stored Queries
CubeSpace [ *sniff* out of business 12 June 2009]

This presentation will cover the following topics:

  • PHP Data Objects Model and Setup
  • PHP Data Objects and Object-Oriented Programming
  • MySQL Stored Queries Design and Development
  • Calling MySQL Stored Queries in PHP Data Objects Programming
  • Advanced PHP Data Objects Programming Tips and Ideas
  • Conclusions
  • Questions and Answers
  • Slides, docs, examples and PHP source code will be provided

presented by Ernest Bonat, Ph.D. Visual WWW, Inc. www.evisualwww.com

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Tuesday
Jul 21, 2009
Portland Java User Group: Writing a Database App Without Knowing a Word of SQL
Oracle (Downtown Campus)

This month's topic: Writing a Database Application Without Knowing a Word of SQL (a.k.a. POJOs, JPA, and ORM)

We will discuss building a Java Swing application (installed or web start) that saves its data POJOs (Plain Old Java Objects) into SQL databases across the net (mySQL) or to a local embedded database (Derby) by using the JPA (Java Persistance API) and ORM (Object Relational Mapping) via Toplink or EclipseLink.

You will see that REAL applications get to benefit from technology that typically lives in the world of Hibernate and Web Apps. You gotta love portable SQL database data persistance without building any tables or writing any SQL!


Speaker: Jon Batcheller

Jon is one of the founders of PJUG 13 years ago, who as a software engineer has been dabbling in code at places like Mentor Graphics and Synopsys, and now designs software for Vigilan in Wilsonville. In his massive spare time he is also a veterinarian, auctioneer, owner of Mock Crest Tavern, and teaches at PCC Sylvania.


PJUG meetings start with some time to eat and socialize (pizza and beverages are provided), followed by the featured speaker, then Q&A, discussion, sometimes a drawing to give away swag. :)

Though we like knowing how many people to expect, you don't have to RSVP, on Upcoming or otherwise. Go ahead and just show up!

Many people also go for a drink and further discussion following the meeting, at a location determined ad hoc (lately, the Market Street Pub at 10th and Market: http://mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=24 ).

http://twitter.com/pjug http://pjug.org/ (join our mailing list, linked from the website!)

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Tuesday
Sep 15, 2009
Portland Java User Group: Grid Packet Computing for Java (MOVED - see description!)
Oracle (Downtown Campus)

ATTENTION: For this month's meeting only, we will be meeting in the Jefferson room on the southeast end of the upper lobby. We will not be in the usual 8th-floor conference room!

This month's topic: Grid Packet Computing for Java (GPC4J)

GPC4J is a computing paradigm that breaks a partitionable problem into GridPackets, which are routed, processed and re-assembled into the solution to the original problem. This presentation will cover the use of the system and design of the project's web application. The application is built using REST (Jersey), Maven, Hibernate, JPA, MySQL and GlassFish.


Speaker: Lyle Harris

Lyle Harris is a Software Engineer working in World Wide Operations at Sun Microsystems, where he develops internal Java applications for automation and customer-facing web applications.


PJUG meetings start with some time to eat and socialize (pizza and beverages are provided), followed by the featured speaker, then Q&A, discussion, sometimes a drawing to give away swag. :)

Though we like knowing how many people to expect, you don't have to RSVP, on Upcoming or otherwise. Go ahead and just show up!

Many people also go for a drink and further discussion following the meeting, at a location determined ad hoc (lately, the Market Street Pub at 10th and Market: http://mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=24 ).

http://twitter.com/pjug http://pjug.org/ (join our mailing list, linked from the website!)

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Thursday
Aug 18, 2011
PDXPUG: Lessons from managing way too many databases at Facebook
Free Geek

Rob Wultsch, a recent addition to Facebook's Database Operations team, will compare and contrast the Facebook deployment with his previous work with another large deployment of open source databases. In this db-agnostic talk, he'll go over: the bizarre becoming ordinary, the many types of infrastructure that do not scale and what does and does not work when building a DBA team.

Before joining Facebook, Rob worked for a very large hosting company as a database administrator and a newspaper as a web developer. In his free time he enjoys riding his motorcycle and bicycle and fantasizes about moving to Portland.

As always, beer afterwards at the Lucky Lab. See you there!

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Monday
Apr 2, 2012
Cloud Foundry Open Tour 2012 - Portland
The Nines Hotel

Get 10% off this developer event with code, "epdx_10"! (That's on top of the 50% early bird special - ends March 18!) The Cloud Foundry Open Tour gives enterprise developers expert instruction on how to get the best results from Platform-as-a-Service in the cloud. Register for this event to learn: * Basic Cloud Foundry commands for both the public and micro clouds *Cloud application development tips for Spring, Java, Ruby and Node.js * How to connect to application services like MySQL, MongoDB, Redis and RabbitMQ

Meet the experts behind the leading open source cloud platform for enterprise applications, discuss the latest innovations with other developers and expand your opportunities by attending the Cloud Foundry Open Tour.

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Wednesday
May 15, 2013
PDX PHP
McMenamins Market St. Pub

Join us for the kickoff of the Portland PHP Meetup! The first meeting will be very informal. We will meet and discuss what topics we'd like to schedule for future meetup.

Bring a friend!

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Sunday
Jul 21, 2013
PDX-MUG meet and greet
Lucky Labrador Brew Pub

Ahead of OSCON the following Monday, we'll hold our first non-technical meet and greet for everyone to get together, meet each other, talk, etc. The venue--Lucky Lab--is a brewpub, so you can purchase food and drinks while we mingle.

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Thursday
Aug 28, 2014
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
Elemental Technologies

Agenda / Speaker is open. If no better option arises, I will just give the presentation on pt-query-digest that I am giving earlier in the month to coworkers.

http://www.percona.com/doc/percona-toolkit/2.2/pt-query-digest.html

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
Sep 25, 2014
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
Elemental Technologies

Agenda / Speaker is open.

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
Jan 22, 2015
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
Elemental Technologies

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
Feb 26, 2015
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
721 sw oak st, Portland, OR

Note: different location this month. We are at Elemental's 721 Oak location (head W on Oak and the entrance will be after the newly renovated bar on your right.) There is a metal gate at the entrance to the location. Please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
Mar 26, 2015
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
721 sw oak st, Portland, OR

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
Apr 23, 2015
PDX-MUG (MySQL)
Elemental Technologies

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

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Thursday
May 14, 2015
PDX-MUG - Effective Architecture/Design­/Development with MySQL
New Relic

please register through meetup.com so I can get a good headcount for pizza and beverages

Topic: Effective Architecture/Design­/Development with MySQL - Ronald Bradford

Effective MySQL Architecture and Design Practices

Correctly designing a MySQL architecture has a huge impact on the growth of your system for future needs.

In this presentation we will cover.

  • The strengths and weaknesses of MySQL
  • What MySQL scale-out architecture means
  • High Availability considerations
  • The importance of changing key system default configurations
  • How to integrate MySQL with existing and and new data sources.

From this presentation we will create a checklist of what key business and technology decisions should be asked and discussed before building a MySQL based system.

Effective Software Development with MySQL

While the MySQL RDBMS is essential for storing your information, how your application interacts and with applicable business logic is what makes each company in unique.

Some key points in this presentation include.

  • Integrating MySQL with common programming languages
  • The various developer tools that work well with MySQL
  • The importance on developing standards and good SQL practices
  • Common mistakes developers and frameworks make, and how to avoid them.
  • What causes the most time for development and support time.
  • How to invest time in quality and performance during development

We will review some of the important changes between versions including new features and compatibility differences. A great example is the impact of the new sql_mode default in Version 5.6.

From this presentation we will create a checklist of what developers need to know and do for creating great software that lasts.


About the speaker:

Ronald has over 25 years of professional RDBMS experience in MySQL, Oracle, and Ingres. His expertise covers MySQL, LAMP and cloud-based consulting in architecture, performance, scalability and business continuity. Ronald is a former employee of the MySQL Inc consulting team (06-08) and Oracle Corporation (96-99). He has currently published 4 books on MySQL, his most recent titles available from Oracle Press include Effective MySQL: Optimizing SQL Statements, Effective MySQL: Backup & Recovery and Effective MySQL: Replication Techniques in Depth.

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Thursday
Sep 3, 2015
PDX-MUG - (MySQL)
Acquia

Topic: "Drupal just wants to hug your database"

Description: "Drupal is one of the more widely adopted CMSs. It is open source and has a huge developer base. However, I rarely hear a DBA mention having to administer Drupal with anything but frustration and pessimism. At Acquia, we have thousands of Amazon instances running Drupal databases. Most sites are quite different from each other, but some basic principles apply to all. Being the DBA for Drupal does not have to be a negative experience! In addition to covering the generic Drupal MySQL configuration tips, I will cover optimization methods for specific features like semaphores, sessions, Views, and the various Drupal caching layers. I’ll also cover the use of query cache in the Drupal context, which while normally frowned upon in the MySQL community, is often beneficial in maintaining a healthy Drupal site. "

There will be pizza, so please register at meetup so that we can order the proper amount. http://www.meetup.com/Portland-MySQL-User-Group-PDX-MUG/events/224733639/

Due to various scheduling conflicts, the August month's meeting has been delayed and wrapped into an early September one.

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Thursday
Jan 7, 2016
PDX-MUG - (MySQL)
Acquia

Topic: Synchronous Replication with MySQL

Summary: (TBD)

Speaker: Kenny Gryp

Kenny is currently Principal Architect at Percona. Bitten somewhere in the late 90s by the open-source bug, most of his spare time was spent working with Linux & OpenBSD servers.

Before joining Percona, he worked at a large social networking company in Europe as DBA & Puppeteer.


Schedule:

6:00 beer, soda, pizza

6:15 presentation

7:15 chat

7:30 end


There will be pizza, so please register on meetup.com so that we can order the proper amount.

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Wednesday
Mar 8, 2017
PDX PHP - Using Generators to Beat Memory Bloat
ImpactFlow

There will be food, give-a-ways (elePHPants) and a great time getting to know your fabulous PHP Community!

6:30 - We'll start off with Pizza and networking at 6:30

6:45 - 7:45 - Move into the presentation on Generators, by Korvin Szanto

Memory usage is something that we as developers have to be aware of. Ever debugging a memory issue and find that your once small dataset has ballooned out of proportion? And instead of dealing with the issue, you opt for upping the memory limit? Iterators can be the answer but they require a lot of code and can be very difficult to understand at a glance. Thankfully since PHP 5.5 Generators help us create and manage what would be complex iterators with simple syntax sugar. In this talk I will go over some of the ways you can implement generators and cure your memory bloat.


7:45 - Prizes

7:45 - 8:30 - Hack and Help. Have a chance to try out Generators for yourself, or bring your own project and get some help from the community.

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Tuesday
Apr 18, 2017
PDX PHP - Let's Talk Scope
ImpactFlow

There will be food, give-a-ways (elephpants), and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

Scope is a major factor in any application, from programing scope to project scope, and communication is key. We will discuss different application scopes including global, functional, class, and package scope. From there we will show how everything ties together with communication of the project itself. Why and how to stay on top of project scope and how that can make or break the final outcome.

Join us to learn and share with others in the community as we all grow in understanding and skills

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Wednesday
May 17, 2017
PDX PHP - The Red Team is Coming!
ImpactFlow

There will be food, give-a-ways (elephpants), and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

This month we will have a special guest speaker from Las Vegas: 

Adam Englander is an Engineer, Speaker, and Author with 30 years of experience in building business applications. He has been an outspoken evangelist of PHP during what he calls “The PHP Renaissance”. Adam is a strong believer in the power of strong developer communities. He is a actively involved in the Las Vegas technical community and the Founder of PHP Vegas. Always looking to push the boundaries of what is possible with PHP, Adam has been working to expose the PHP community at large to IoT and asynchronous programming. He also advocates building better applications today by building well tested applications that are cryptography secure.

The Red Team is Coming!

The Red Team, hackers, criminal organizations, and nation states, are a constant threat. The systems we build are the targets. We need to understand the human collateral that hangs in the balance. We embrace methodologies to write better code and make our lives better. They do nothing for the rest of humanity that is directly affected by security vulnerabilities we introduce. In this presentation, I will put a human face on the users of our software. I will challenge you to think in terms of flesh and blood rather than ones and zeros. We are all the Blue Team. We protect the rest of humanity. Join me in the fight. The Red Team is coming!

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Tuesday
Jun 20, 2017
PDX PHP - Using the Null Object Pattern
ImpactFlow

Food, give-a-ways, speakers and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

Using the Null Object Pattern

When you develop OO PHP applications, you'll eventually get the error message "PHP Notice: Trying to get property of non-object". You can add a conditional to check if an object is null. There is however a better way. Null Object Pattern is a design pattern that helps you to simplify your application logic. The Null Object patthern removes the need to check for an object vs null by using Polymorphism. I'll demonstrate how it works with generic PHP code, and how you can apply it to work with database results.


Presented by Andrew Woods


Andrew Woods is a seasoned Web Developer, and a command line aficionado. He's been making websites since 1999. He organizes the Seattle PHP User Group (@seaphp) and Pacific Northwest PHP conference (@pnwphp). He's an advocate for the open web, and values accessibility and design. He has a knack for making difficult topics easy to understand. In his free time, Andrew enjoys coffee, movies, exploring the city, and playing guitar. He is currently learning to speak Spanish.

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Tuesday
Jul 18, 2017
PDX PHP - Building a Slack bot in PHP
ImpactFlow

Food, give-a-ways, speakers and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community! There is a great place across the street to get some drinks, but alcoholic and non-alcoholic (Tea Sodas!)

"Building a Slack bot in PHP"
with Dan Revel


I will start with some background about OpenSky.com to provide the motivation for using a bot.

Then I will review the process I went through that led me to build my own bot framework in PHP: Yabot.

Next an overview of Yabot's architecture.

Finally I'll show how to use the Yabot core to build your own bot to do wonderful things.

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Friday
Aug 4, 2017
PDX PHP - Hack And Help
Treehouse

Come join us to work on your own projects. If you are interested in working with other PHP developers, now's your chance! You can build work or personal project or even walk through a tutorial. If you need help there will be people to ask, or if you just want a second opinion, we're there for you too :) come hangout with the awesome PHP community in Portland. Bring a lunch or grab something near by.

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Tuesday
Aug 15, 2017
PDX PHP - Hands on with Square for POS
ImpactFlow

Food, give-a-ways, speakers and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

Hands on with Square for POS

Ever wanted your code to accept payments, not just through e-commerce, but in-person credit card swipe, dips and taps? Now you can! Tristan will be hands-on with how to add ecommerce to your site, build a PHP based point of sale system, and talk about other offerings Square has for PHP developers. 

Tristan works on the Developer Platform team at Square, and got his start in web development working on PHP sites for university student groups. When he isn't at work, Tristan grows backyard succulents in beautiful Oakland, California. 

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Tuesday
Sep 19, 2017
PDX PHP - PHP TestFest!
ImpactFlow

There will be food and participation, so bring a computer!

PHP TestFest seeks to create more PHP core contributors by introducing PHP programmers to the PHP language test suite, teaching them how to write phpttests. From September through December, 2017, groups worldwide will meet physically or virtually to learn how to write and contribute phpt tests. You don’t have to be a C genius—in fact, you don’t need to know C at all to contribute.1 If you can write a few lines of PHP, you can write a phpt test.

PHP TestFest wouldn’t be complete without prizes. We’re still working out the details, so we’ll announce prizes and how to win them soon.

This kick-off meeting will be a mini-hackathon which will include information on setting up your environment and how to write and contribute phpt tests. We'll be able to continue working on our test together in the slack channel and at other meetups, so you'll want to get started with us now!!!

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Tuesday
Oct 17, 2017
PHPDX - Procedural Code to Testable Code
Graybox

Join us for food, learning and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

Kurtis Holsapple presents Procedural Code to Testable Code

During this talk we'll look at how we can transform existing PHP code to cover it with a few unit tests. If you've never written a test, or want to see how we can cover a legacy code base with a brand new test suite, we'll be doing it live! We'll start with a basic contact form and build out a brand new testing setup based on PHP Unit and Composer, and when we're done we'll try to build out additional functionality all covered by unit tests.

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Tuesday
Nov 21, 2017
PHPDX - Up and Running with Symfony 4
Graybox

Food, learning and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community! Make sure you join us for the after party! (aka kanging out at Produce Row Cafe)

This week Robert Parker will give us a tour of the BRAND NEW Symfony 4. Learn the basics of the Symfony framework that powers sites like crunchyroll. We will be building a simple website demonstrating features like Symfony Flex, routing, dependency injection, and object relational mapping. Bring your laptop and follow along!

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Tuesday
Dec 19, 2017
PHPDX - Monthly Meetup
Graybox

Stay tuned for further details. Expect food, speakers and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

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Tuesday
Jan 16
PHPDX - Monthly Meetup
Graybox

Stay tuned for further details. Expect food, speakers and a great time to network with the fabulous PHP Community!

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PHPDX - Managing your Environment Variables
Graybox

Pizza, Presentation and Personal growth with the fabulous PHP Community!

This month Alena Holligan will be sharing with us about how to handle the variables specific to the environment you use: Development, QA, Production, etc. WHAT are the, WHY should you use them, WHERE do you put them, and HOW are they used. As an added bonus, Environmental Variables are not limited to PHP!

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