Steve Grunwell

Open-source contributor, speaker, and coffee snob

Tag: Portland

A stylized, neon "Portland, Oregon" Old Town sign

“Technical Debt” at PHPDX

As you may be aware, I’ll be heading out to Portland this week to speak at the inaugural Cascadia PHP, but Cascadia PHP President Alena Holligan reached out last week to see if I’d be willing to extend my stay and speak at the local Portland PHP user-group, PHPDX, the Monday following the conference. Always willing to speak somewhere offering pizza and geekiness, I quickly re-arranged a flight and am proud to be attending (and speaking at) my first PHPDX meetup!

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A stylized, neon "Portland, Oregon" Old Town sign

Code Review: For Me & You at Cascadia PHP

I’m elated to announce that I’ll be giving Code Review: For Me & You at the first-ever Cascadia PHP in Portland, Oregon this September! This will be my first time out to Portland (strange, I know, considering my penchant for beards, craft beer, and coffee), and I can’t think of a better reason to visit than to talk about code review!

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