ViennaPHP October Newsletter

Everybody is buzzing about Halloween. Which is why this newsletter won’t mention it again and instead surprise you with awesome news about ViennaPHP!

  1. ViennaPHP - Not just talks!
  2. ViennaPHP November Gathering
  3. Coding Dojo by Softwerkskammer
  4. ViennaPHP wants YOU

1. ViennaPHP - Not just talks!

The team of organizers (yes, there is a whole team of 3 people trying to make ViennaPHP as awesome as possible!) sat together this Tuesday and it was great. Beside the detailed planning of November and December we managed to craft our vision and goals for 2015. You’ll hear about them at the November Gathering, so make sure to join.

It goes without saying that with this team, we’ll be able to achieve great things. But we need YOU! Tell people about ViennaPHP, forward informations about our meetings to companies working with PHP and make sure everbody knows about ViennaPHP. Do it. NOW!

2. ViennaPHP November Gathering

To bring you the best content available, we are combining the power of ViennaPHP and the Web Performance Usergroup and bring you talks about Javascript, Performance Testing of Web applications and pragmatic testing. Sounds intersting? It is!

Details: Monday, 10.11.2014, 18:30, Stockwerk (as always)

Check out the talks and all related information on meetup: http://www.meetup.com/viennaphp/events/211924212/

3. Coding Dojo by Softwerkskammer

Getting better at coding is an ongoing task. One great opportunity to do so is a Coding Dojo. Together with the “Softwerkskammer” we have set up a Coding Dojo (Tuesday, 25.11.2014, 18:30, Stockwerk). You’ll work on a problem with another person and try to solve it in unusual ways. It’s great fun and you’ll learn a lot, I promise.

For more information and signup (Only 25 spots available!), check http://www.meetup.com/viennaphp/events/211924262/

4. ViennaPHP wants YOU

I said it before and I’ll say it again. We need YOU to make ViennaPHP a great place to be. We are looking for talks for next years, sponsors and people who promote ViennaPHP! Get in touch with me if you are interested.

Cheers, Sebastian and the ViennaPHP Orga Team

PS: Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/ViennaPHP

 

Organized by Boris Hrkic, Florian Schäfer and Sebastian Göttschkes | Founded 2013 by Sebastian Göttschkes