Steve Grunwell

Open-source contributor, speaker, and coffee snob

Tag: Ohio Laravel

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Continuous Integration & Delivery @ Ohio Laravel

My local Laravel usergroup, Ohio Laravel, is a monthly opportunity to talk tech with some of the brightest PHP developers in Columbus.

At a recent meeting, somebody boasted how easy it is to “just zip up a PHP application and drop it on a server.”

“Better yet, SSH into the server, do a git pull , then run composer install!”, someone else chimed in.

As the resident testing advocate and pipeline geek, I was quick to chime in: “wait, what? Are you really still doing an SSH + git pull combo in 2019?”.

Long story short, I’ve been invited to talk about Continuous Integration and Delivery at the November Ohio Laravel meetup.

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Ohio Laravel Monthly Meetup

Learn how to test @ the Ohio Laravel Meetup!

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!

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