What is BrumPHP?
Powered by us at Jump24, BrumPHP meetups are designed to bring the community together, to discuss and learn developer life and share thoughts and ideas about Symfony, Laravel, developer culture, and of course, Birmingham.
What can I expect from the event?
You’re already expecting informative talks and tips… but what else?
We’ll be coming together on October 13th at The Joint Works, in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. Here’s the running order, so you know what’s what on the night.
18:00-18:55 Refreshments & Networking
18:55-19:00 Take your seats for a welcome from our host
19:00-20:30 Talks & Questions
21:00 Kicking Out Time
We’ve promised you a host of informative talks, so it’s only fair that we tell you who will be sharing their PHP expertise on the night.
Christopher Miller, seasoned speaker and Head of IT and Development for The School Of Code will be sharing with you how you can interrogate your code in 6 steps.
Author of Xdebug and PHP internals expert, Derick Rethans will be taking the stage to chat about life as an independent consultant on PHP extensions and projects.
Read our speakers’ full bios here.
Grab your tickets
There’s still time to grab tickets to the event, whether you want to attend in person or online. However you attend, you won’t be disappointed.
To join us at The Joint Works, get your tickets here.
If you’d prefer to join us from the comfort of your own home, get your online tickets here.
Want to get involved?
We’re always on the lookout for speakers for our upcoming events, so if you’re interested in joining us, or would like to recommend someone, send us an email to email@example.com or get in touch via direct message on Twitter.
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