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Stuart Herbert's Blog:
PHP SouthWest (#phpsw) User Group First Meeting 7pm, 1st September 2010
August 27, 2010 @ 12:57:10

Those near the Bristol area of England might want to check out this new post from Stuart Herbert about the upcoming PHP SouthWest meetup happening September 1st in Bristol.

The first meeting of the PHP SouthWest User Group will be at The Third Floor, Bush House, Bristol from 7pm. The room is booked (big thanks to Del for that), and we have a projector sorted too; now we just need our first speakers.

Right now there's no definite speakers but Ryan Mauger could be presenting some of his Zend Framework tips talk (for the upcoming PHPNW conference). The meeting will be followed by a gathering at a local pub. You can find the location via this map if you're not familiar with the area.

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Lorna Mitchell's Blog:
CodeigniterCon 2010
August 16, 2010 @ 11:41:39

Lorna Mitchell recently attended the cicon2010 conference in Bristol (a CodeIgniter-centric event) and has written up a summary of her time there.

I spent the weekend in Bristol so I could attend cicon2010 - a volunteer-organised first-edition conference around the CodeIgniter PHP Framework. [...] I saw two talks, both of which were actually really good, which is pretty impressive when you're going on stage to a rather fed up audience! Kudos to Kevin Prince and Joel Gascoigne for their talks.

She also mentions talks from Phil Sturgeon and Adam Griffiths but notes that, despite the good content of the talks, the actual event wasn't run all that well. As a result (of both her comments and experience in event organizing) she'll be posting advice for conference organizers to not have some of the same issues.

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Community News:
CodeIgniter Con 2010
June 15, 2010 @ 08:52:23

A new CodeIgniter-related conference has been announced today - CodeIgniter Con 2010 happening in Bristol UK in August.

CodeIgniter Con 2010 is the first CodeIgniter-only conference to be held in Bristol, UK. CodeIgniter Con 2010 was created to have an event for all CI developers to further their development knowledge, network with each other and have a great time. CodeIgniter Con 2010 tickets are now available for purchase.

The two day conference includes speakers like Adam Griffiths, Phil Sturgeon, Joel Gascoigne and Dean Howe with topics ranging from using CodeIgniter in social networks to some tips on running an open source project that uses the framework. Tickets are already on sale and cost £20 for the conference day ticket and £10 for just the Hack Day ticket.

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Job Posting:
Unique Media Seeks Web Developer/Programmer (Bristol, England)
August 05, 2008 @ 11:12:08

Company Unique Media
Location Bristol, England
Title Web Developer / Programmer
Summary

We have an exciting opportunity for a skilled and motivated developer to join a small, dynamic technical team developing reliable cutting-edge CMS, database and hosting services.

Unique Media and its sister company unique-media.tv are leading providers of interactive and streaming solutions throughout Europe. The position would be based at our HQ in Wick and include foreign travel to provide support with live webcast events. We require a talented developer to work with a broad range of technologies and platforms. This position offers the right candidate a significant long-term opportunity to benefit from the strong growth the company is experiencing, whilst still offering interesting and technically challenging work.

Your primary responsibilities will include the ongoing development and support of hosted websites and applications on the Linux/Apache/MySQL/PHP/Windows environment.

Reliability, a keen eye for detail, the ability to produce an exceptional standard of code and a practical understanding of the end-user's interaction with a system is essential in this role.

You must be able to demonstrate that you have the following skills as a minimum...

  • PHP and MySQL (4 years)
  • JavaScript / XHTML / CSS (4 years)
  • Linux / Apache (2 years)

Skills in the following areas are highly desirable...

  • Flash / ActionScript
  • Flash Media Server (Communication Server)
  • IIS / .NET / VB
  • XML / XSLT
  • Sendmail

This role will suit someone who is looking to develop their career in this industry.

Please submit your CV to jobs@unique-media.com

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