The fifth phplx meetup will take place at Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo, 40 in Sala A10 - SAPO on June 12th.
Good code, Bad code
When writing code every developer should have into consideration that code will be read later on by another person, most of times that person has less or no knowledge on the application.
Saying that, is extremely important that every developer keep in mind the need to write clean code, re-usable and easy to test. In this talk i will try to go through some good and bad examples of writing code.
Boost your dev environment with Vagrant
Do you work in more than one project or with more than one person in or per project? If yes, this talk is for you.
One of the tasks where developers usually spend lots of time is in the configuration of the project development environment. What if you configure it by running a simple command? Without to have to hurry about product versions, without install anything in your machine?
This talk will be an introduction to Vagrant with Puppet that let’s you distribute your development environment. I will use a pratical example to explain and demonstrate how Vagrant and Puppet works.
Vagrant is a tool that manages virtual machines under VirtualBox or VMware. The virtual machines can be provisioning with bash scritps, puppet or chef.
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