Setting up a "real" debugger and stepping through the live PHP code can be an invaluable tool, but if you've never set it up before, it can be very ... non-trivial. There are quite a few steps involved. Once you do it a few times, it's not too big a deal, but setting it up the first time can be daunting.
"Okay, you're a green chile breakfast burrito. Is there anything else I can help you with?"
Have an Amazon Echo? Is Alexa not as "skilled" as you'd like her to be? Short of teaching her to make a burrito, if there's something you like her to better assist you with, why not create your own skill? We'll cover the technologies involved, Alexa's interaction model, and create a basic Alexa skill.
Once again we celebrate whatever celebration you choose to celebrate by gathering together. No presentation this month but we will once again attempt to do a white elephant gift exchange. Bring something tech related, wrapped, and we'll draw straws to see who picks first. As people pick, you get a chance to 'steal' from a previously picked gift. Hope to see you all there.
So you've gotten your hands dirty with React, or maybe you've been holding off because it doesn't all quite make sense. Perhaps you even attended the previous ABQ Webgeeks React/Redux talk. What's next?
To start, the #3 thing people want to do after "Hello World" and getting some basic Redux stuff going is connect to a database, but how? We'll start this talk by adding persistence to the TodoMVC app we build in the previous talk.
After much anticipation, Angular 2 is here. Did the Angular team come up with something spectacular? Will the new release give the framework enough Anuglar momentum to surpass frameworks such as React? See for yourself as I discuss both code and experiences with Angular 2's beta and release candidates.
About the Presenter:
So, you’re going into work day-in, day-out, working for the wo/man, feeling a little too trapped, a little under-stimulated, and getting paid a little-to-little? Catch yourself looking over the picket fence at other jobs and seeing the brown underside of that greener grass? Wondering if shattering that glass bubble and walking out with naught but your scheming brain and your last check would just solve, well, everything?
Everyone loves package managers. Ruby has one, Node, Redhat.. This month we'll take a look at the PHP Package Manager, Composer and look at how it will help your application development.
About The Speaker
Mark Casias is one of the coordinators of this fine group. He is a Sr Drupal Developer for Mediacurrent and has a podcast. Also, he likes it when you buy him beer.
Ever wanted to figure out WHAT THE...frigate...is happening with that fff....f-awesome program? Are you a junior developer looking to develop your debug? Are you an experienced developer peering into a new language and its debug toolchain? Join us for a crash course in debug tools and some interactive debug sessions. Come join the fun and find that missing semicolon!
It's our annual Show and Tell and we have great people showing us the great things they are doing. Come out and enjoy the show. There is still room if you have a last minute idea of something you want to show. Sign up at http://abqwebgeeks.org/2016-show-and-tell/signup or just show up and try to get yourself on deck. Please use the eventbrite sign up.
Sometimes your dream job is not in our fair city. But fortunately there are more, wiser companies that understand the benefits of remote workers. This month we will have a panel of people who work from wherever the internet is good, which is most likely right on their couch. Questions will be raised such as:
- How do you find a remote job?
- Skills needed for a remote worker?
- How long have you been working remotely ?
- What is the nature of your remote job?
- Describe your day.
- and more...
Our fair panelists include: