Building for the PHP Command Line Interface @ Music City Code

I always love experiencing a new (to me) conference in a new city, so I’m ecstatic to announce that I’ve been accepted to give Building for the PHP Command Line Interface at Music City Code in Nashville, TN.

If you haven’t seen Building for the PHP Command Line Interface before, here’s a taste of what you can expect:

Executing PHP from the command line enables us to interact with our applications in new and interesting ways: from performing site maintenance to scaffolding new projects, CLI tools like WP-CLI, Artisan, and Drush make it easy to interface with our code without ever opening a browser.

Attendees will be introduced to popular PHP CLI tools and their default capabilities. We’ll discuss characteristics of good CLI scripts, strong use-cases for writing custom commands, then write several CLI programs across different platforms.

The slides are already available on GitHub, and you can grab a recording from December’s Nomad PHP meetup where this was presented here.

If you’re in Nashville, I hope to see you at my first Music City Code and, admittedly, time in Nashville — I hope it’ll be as wonderful as the episode of Master of None made it seem.