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We're super excited to have the author of PSR-7 (HTTP messaging interface), and project lead for Zend Framework and Apigility, Matthew Weier O'Phinney, presenting (live via video link) at our super special Christmas meetup!
Matthew is a Principal Engineer at Zend Technologies, and project lead for both Apigility and Zend Framework. He has been using and abusing web technologies since the late nineties, and actively contributing to open source projects since the early aughts, primarily in PHP. When not in front of a computer, you’ll find him cavorting with his Basset Hound and family on the plains of South Dakota.
PSR-7 and Middleware: The Future of PHP
While built for the web, PHP doesn't abstract the actual HTTP messages. The new PSR-7 specification defines these, allowing you to code to shared interfaces instead of specific frameworks. Additionally, strong, shared HTTP abstractions give rise to a concept called "Middleware," software that sits between a request and a response. Come discover how PSR-7 works, learn about common middleware patterns, and discover how the two will change how you develop in PHP!
XMAS SPECIAL!! AWESOME GIFTS!!
It's our super special Christmas party - and we love doing giveaways! We've got a load of prizes to give away - all you need to do is attend, and make sure you sign in when you arrive so that you're included in the draw!
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We are always on the lookout for speakers for events - give us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll try fitting you in!
- 19:00 Arrival
- 19:25 Welcome Announcement
- 19:30 Matthew Weier O'Phinney
- 20:30 Closing Remarks INCLUDING SUPER SPECIAL XMAS GIVEAWAYS
- 21:00 Social at Brewhouse & Kitchen Portsmouth
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PHP Hampshire is a PHP User Group aiming to help people learn, share our knowledge and support the PHP community in Hampshire.