Originally aired on
October 20th, 2015
User groups are core to the strength of the PHP community. We discuss what it takes to run a solid user group in your area; finding food & venue sponsors, finding speakers, dealing with money & expenses, and all the details that go into making a rockin' user group.
And if you don't have a user group in your area, hopefully this episode will inspire you to take Cal Evans' advice and start one!
The show notes for this episode have yet to be written, but you can help!
Send a pull request to the show-notes repo with the show notes for this episode in a
markdown file named
032.md, and I'll give you a personal shout-out in the next live episode.
I'll also give you credit right here on the website.
If you need a little help with sending a pull request, learn how to contribute to open source on GitHub.
The Developer Shout-Out recognizes developers in the community for their contributions.
For this episode the panel guests, Joshua, Nigel, Joe, Rafael, Shawn, and Adam nominated Beth Tucker Long for the Developer Shout-Out segment.
Thank you, Beth Tucker Long for your investments in the PHP UG community. A $50 Amazon gift card is on its way to you.