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Mar 10, 2010
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Greenwood Village, CO


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Introduction to NoSQL Databases Print
Written by David Stockton   
Saturday, March 13 2010 21:57

Front Range PHPs latest Denver meeting was a huge success. With over 23 people attending with great food and excellent presentations, it was our largest attended meeting so far.

Jon Meredith presenting an excellent and highly entertaining bit on NoSQL databases. The slides for the presentation are below but unfortunately do not capture the humor that came with seeing the presentation live.

John Murray presented on Domain Driven Design and his presentation should be posted in the coming days.

With no further adieu, here's Jon's presentation on NoSQL databases.

Thanks,
David

 
Next Meeting Now with 100% more burritos Print
Written by David Stockton   
Monday, March 01 2010 14:29

The next FRPUG meeting, to be held at the Cricket Communications offices in the Denver Tech Center, will feature a Qdboba burrito bar instead of pizza. Additionally, John Murray will be presenting on "Domain Driven Design" and Jon Meredith will be presenting on "NoSQL Databases". Since there is more of a lead time needed for ordering the burrito bar, please RSVP ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it works best) before Monday, March 8 if you are planning on coming to the meeting so we can be sure to order enough food and drink.

Thanks,
David

 
Alternative PHP Cache (APC) Print
Written by Matt Skinner   
Sunday, February 21 2010 08:16

Improve performance with APC.  This presentation shows how APC improves the performance of a stock Joomla website... known to be very resource heavy.

 

 
PHP 5 Magic Methods Print
Written by David Stockton   
Thursday, February 11 2010 22:46

I've posted my presentation slides from last night's FRPUG meeting. I will try to post the screencast later on if you'd like to hear the presentation as well.

Update: I've posted the screencast online now too. It's 1 hour 2 minutes long but you will be able to heard the discussion and questions that took place during the presentation.

Thanks,
David

 
Looking for Work? Need work done? Print
Written by David Stockton   
Tuesday, January 26 2010 22:14

If you happen to be looking for work in Colorado, Front Range PHP Users Group has just opened up a Jobs section.

If you're wanting to post job opportunities, please send me an email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . Job listings will remain on the site for 2 weeks from when they are posted, or until you let me know the position has been filled. Please include a job description, location, salary and experience requirements and anything else you'd normally post on a job listing. For faster response, please include an html formatted version of the job posting as well since it takes a bit of time to hand convert a plain text listing.

Thanks,
David

 
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