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PHP is dead: No startups use it... except these awesome ones!
Tuesday, August 30, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Seems that Ruby on Rails dominates the language discussion when it comes to startup technology--so what's a PHP developer to do?
Well, all is not lost, friends, because there are a bunch of cool NYC-area startups using PHP to make awesomeness. If you're curious about what they do and what kinds of technical problems they're solving, things they've learned, etc, come by Refinery29's new offices on Tuesday the 30th to hear what's going on in the startup PHP community's most interesting up and coming startups. Each of them will share a problem or a hack, and give a short overview of their setup and stack.
James Linder - SinglePlatform
Jorge Lopez - Refinery29
Ali Khan - Warby Parker
Greg Leppert - Svpply
Malcolm Ong - Skillshare
Jeff O'Connell - Targetspot
Ryan Bednar - Tutorspree
Matt Hackett - Tumblr
When & Where
nextNY is a fun way to connect both socially and professionally with up and comers who have a stake in future of tech and new media in New York City.