Author Archives: James Mills
With the launch of Laravel 4 at the end of the month. Now is the perfect time to take a look at one of its biggest features, Eloquent. This talk will cover the basics of Eloquent demonstrating how to define relationships, pivots and scopes. We’ll also explore the schema builder and how use Eloquent in your own apps. Continue reading
PHP: Extensions – by Harry Lawrence Tuesday 19th February 2013 @ 6pm Click to register now PHP extensions are used frequently, many of which come bundled with PHP, others we download and configure manually. In this talk I’ll be going … Continue reading
This talk will cover the pros and cons of the four most common handlers used today – suPHP, DSO, CGI and FastCGI – touching on the performance and security of each one. Continue reading
Lightning Talks by the @phpne community
Tuesday 18th December 2012 @ 6pm Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the November (Tuesday 13th) event for PHP North East.
Beanstalkd is a lightweight and easy to use job queue. In this
overview we will look at the features of Beanstalkd and how we can use
it to run time-consuming tasks asynchronously. Continue reading
That’s right, a PHP conference. A PHP conference right here in the North-East. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the October (Tuesday 16th) event for PHP North East.
Using Composer to manage dependencies and distribute your code in style by Matt Kirwan. Continue reading
We are pleased to announce the July (Tuesday 17th) event for PHP North East. Refactoring by Oli Wood (@coldclimate) Oli started his career in Java and Oracle development, but is now a PHP dude mostly working in CodeIgniter. He started weddingtales.co.uk, … Continue reading
Apologies for the late notice, but we have had to cancel this month’s event as we do not have a suitable venue. Anthony will contact Oli to discuss rescheduling his talk for a later date. We will update the website once we have more information. Continue reading