August 18, 2007
|Kansas City (Every Third Saturday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
Our meetings have moved to the Third Saturday of the month at 2:30pm! |
We are currently meeting at the Daily Dose Coffee House and Bar on the corner of 135th and Quivera. Check our website for more details.
Anyone in the area who wants to learn more about PHP is welcome to attend. Be sure to check our website for updates to the time and place and for more information. We also provide an accompanying discussion board to help get you started.
|Miami Linux Users Group (Every Third Saturday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
The Miami Linux User Group is a community of friends devoted to bringing freedom and choice to computing through the use of Free Software. |
We meet periodically to share knowledge, ideas, and to bring free software to schools and organizations in South Florida. Through our knowledge we will be empowered and we will empower others.
We welcome Linux users of all levels of experience. Our focus is two-pronged, to let more experienced users share their knowledge with each other, while these users serve as mentors to new users of Linux.
We meet the third Saturday of every month at ITT Tech, which is located here:
7955 N.W. 12th Street, Suite 119. Miami, FL 33126.
|Twin Cities PHP (Every Third Saturday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
The Twin Cities PHP User Group is a community for people developing software and web applications using PHP and other open source tools. We meet monthly and run an email list for Minnesotans and approved Wisconsonites interested in sharing ideas and advocating these technologies.|
|Los Angeles LAMPsig (Every Third Saturday of the month) [User Group Event] (United States)|
The Los Angeles LAMP Special Interest Group (LAMPsig) is an off-shoot of the Linux Users of Los Angeles (LULA) group. LAMPsig is focused on web development and end user web interfaces. The LAMP environment (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) is the SIG's starting point.|
The concept of an open source web development and web hosting platform matters much more than the acronym chosen to represent it. The open source nature of the platform is its greatest strength. So any alternative open source components will work just as well (e.g. FreeBSD AOLServer PostgreSQL Perl).
Data-based Web Development with an emphasis on Linux, Apache, MySQL, & PHP.
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