We're excited about the impending ScotlandPHP conference, tomorrow in Edinburgh.
We'll be doing our talk in track two at 10:15. Out talk is titled "The secret life of APIs" and will be a holistic dive into all aspects of API development in PHP.
We are delighted to be speaking at ScotlandPHP, which is Scotland's first PHP conference. The conference is a one day event on October 29th 2016 in Edinburgh at The Dynamic Earth.
Out talk is titled "The secret life of APIs" and will be a holistic dive into all aspects of API development in PHP.
ScotlandPHP is an umbrella group of PHP user groups in Scotland, and have taken the hugely positive step of creating this event. Huge thanks to the organizers full putting together this event.
You can find out more at:
We were delighted to do a lightning talk at Aberdeen PHP User Group on Wednesday.
We've posted slides from the brief talk online at SlideShare
Scotland is having it's first ever PHP conference, and we'll be there. Announced last week at PHP South Coast 2016, it's sure to be a great event, bringing together the PHP and web development community.
Scotland PHP is a one day conference in Edinburgh on the 29th October, 2016.
The Scotland PHP group umbrella community for the PHP user groups in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.
You can find out more at...
- The conference website - https://conference.scotlandphp.co.uk/
- Call for papers - http://cfp.scotlandphp.co.uk/
- The main ScotlandPHP site - https://scotlandphp.co.uk/
- ScotlandPHP slack - https://scotlandphp.slack.com
- ScotlandPHP twitter - https://twitter.com/scotlandphp
- ScotlandPHP facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ScottishPUGs
Next week, we're looking forward to presenting a talk about Joomla! at AberdeenPHP User Group. Wednesday, 6 January 2016 from 18:30 to 21:30 at Fifth Ring Ltd - 47-49 Huntly Street Aberdeen.
The talk will be about how and why PHP developers should use Joomla! This is great, as it it a lovely venn diagram of things we care about, Joomla, PHP and Aberdeen.
Here at SSOFB we're always focused on security, so, of course, we've been keeping an eye on the Let’s Encrypt project from the Linux Foundation.
As stated on the project's website, "Let’s Encrypt is a new Certificate Authority, It’s free, automated, and open." Previously SSL certificates ranged in cost from £50 to £150, depending on the option taken, however, now the Let’s Encrypt project has taken the cost down to zero, enabling SSL use on websites to be ubiquitous.
We've been trialing Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates for a few months on our servers, and we're delighted that it is now pretty much ready for mainstream roll-out.
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