August 23rd, 2005
It's August, it's hot and everyone is either on vacation or too delusional from the heat to get any serious work done - including us, considering how long it took us to post this! What better opportunity to present the first part of our long awaited series on writing better PHP code. Join the New York PHP core developers as we present some of the tools we use to enhance the single or multi-developer environment.
President Hans Zaunere will present on using Windows XP to development remotely with Eclipse / PHP and Subversion. Exposing concepts such as how to get Windows to talk to a remote Webdav / Subversion server, and brief examples of the improved workflow, this is sure to improve your development with the Windows client.
Vice President Jeff Knight and Core Developer Andrew Yochum will team up to explore why Subversion is an excellent choice for Version and Source Control, and the choice internally at New York PHP. Further they will demonstrate how Subversion can be used to manage multiple projects and developers as well as development and production environments.
With any time left over, we'd like to offer the opportunity to bring the Talk list face to face. Come prepared with your questions / problems and solutions and we'll open up the floor to discuss your topics.
Thanks to IBM for providing a great presentation space with seating for plenty.
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