I don’t make it out to many meetups these days, but Ohio Laravel is one that I try my best to attend regularly. No, it’s not just its location in the awesome Columbus Idea Foundry, the free pizza, or that it’s brewery-adjacent (though those things don’t hurt). No, I love Ohio Laravel because it’s regularly filled with awesome folks and above-average speakers for a local meetup. That’s why I’m proud to announce that I’m finally contributing a talk to my local Laravel meetup this April!
A few weeks ago, one of the organizers of the Washington D.C. WordPress meetup group reached out and asked if I’d be willing to speak while I’m in town for php[world]. Never one to pass up and opportunity to speak to new groups (to be fair, there was also mention of free pizza and beer), I happily accepted.
I’ll be giving my new Up to my Eyeballs in Technical Debt! talk, just days before it officially premieres at php[world].
For those of you in the Columbus, OH area I’ll be presenting at this month’s Columbus WordPress Meetup on June 18, 2013 (a.k.a. tomorrow). The presentation is based on my latest blog post, WordPress Security Basics, and should be a good high-level introduction to WordPress security.