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DevHell Podcast - Episode 21:
The Grace Hopper Rape Whistle
October 08, 2012 @ 12:41:08

The DevHell podcast has posted their latest episode - Episode #21, "The Grace Hopper Rape Whistle":

We recorded this episode just a few days after #20, because we were able to get Elizabeth Naramore as a super-special secret guest! She talks to us about Codeconnexx, an open source tech and life skills conference in Indianapolis Nov 8-9. We also talked a lot about getting women to submit talks to conferences, including the success that Jan Lenhardt has had in this area with JSConfEU. We then get into Chris's experiments with JS testing, and what we think of App.net from a developer perspective.

You can listen to this latest episode either via the in-page player, by downloading the mp3 or by subscribing to their feed.

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August 29, 2012 @ 10:48:42

On Tuesday, September 11th, the Lake/Kenosha County PHP User Group will be hosting their next meeting - a special presentation from Elizabeth Naramore (a community evangelist from Engine Yard) with her talk "Get a Hammer for that Nail!"

This month we have a special guest - PHP Luminary Liz Naramore! Liz currently works for the premier PHP PaaS provider EngineYard. She's a co-founder of phpWomen & is an active member of OINKPUG (the Ohio, Indiana, and Northern Kentucky PHP User Group). A frequent speaker at tech conferences and online seminars, she's bringing her expertise to Lake / Kenosha PHP Tuesday, September 11th at 7pm.

If you're in the Milwaukee, WI area on the 11th and want to check it out, you can get more details (and RSVP) on their Meetup page. The meeting starts at 7pm at Bucketworks.

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Community News:
Atlanta PHP Celebrates its 100th Meeting!
August 13, 2012 @ 09:50:49

For those PHPers in the Atlanta area, there's one upcoming event that you don't want to miss - the 100th meeting celebration of the Atlanta PHP User Group (September 6th)!

We're proud to announce that we're celebrating our "100th Monthiversary" - our 100th monthly meeting - on Thursday, September 6th from 6pm to 9pm! We're planning a cookout with plenty of social time and will have Kevin Roberts presenting Pecha-Kucha style on the eight and a half year history of our group followed by Elizabeth Naramore as the featured speaker presenting on "Technical Debt". We'll also have a number of special guests from the greater PHP community, including group founder Ben Ramsey, Cal Evans, and others.

There'll be plenty of food, tech talk and giveaways at the event - not to mention Elizabeth Naramore's excellent "Technical Debt" talk. The prizes will include IDE licenses, books, gift cards, and the grand prize - a Nexus 7 tablet! Keep tuned to the Atltanta PHP site for more information as it comes.

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Voices of the ElePHPant:
Interview with Elizabeth Naramore
February 07, 2012 @ 08:16:18

The Voices of the ElePHPant podcast has released their latest episode (one recorded a while back) - an interview with Elizabeth Naramore, a well-known PHP community member.

This episode was recorded in 2011. Elizabeth now works for Orchestra.io. It's still a fun interview though because...well, it's Elizabeth.

You can find her blog here and follow her on Twitter here. If you'd like to listen to this latest episode, you can either listen in-page or download the mp3 directly.

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Ibuildings techPortal:
DPCRadio Technical Writing
April 29, 2011 @ 08:56:26

On the Ibuildings techPortal they've posted a new episode of their recordings from the Dutch PHP Conference 2010, DPCRadio - a recording of Elizabeth Naramore's session Technical Writing.

If you've had an idea for writing a blog post or article, but you're not sure where to start, this talk is for you! Maybe you've had difficulty effectively documenting your code, or communicating your ideas to non-techies. This talk will help you, too! In this fun and informative session, we'll discuss the basics of writing and clear communication through the written word. We'll also talk about strategies for keeping your writing interesting and informative at the same time. Finally, we'll discuss resources for improving your writing skills in the future.

You can either use the in-page player to listen or you can download the mp3 to listen wherever you'd like.

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Ibuildings techPortal:
DPCRadio Technical Debut
August 17, 2010 @ 09:19:35

On the Ibuildings techPortal today they've posted the latest podcast in their DPCRadio series - Elizabeth Naramore's presentation on technical debt.

Technical debt is something that most project teams or independent developers have to deal with '" we take shortcuts to push out releases, we don't focus on quality, deadlines need to be met, quick fixes slowly become the standard. Whatever the reason, if we don't manage our technical debt (not unlike financial debt), before too long our applications are technically bankrupt, and we are forced to completely refactor and start anew.

She talks about what technical debt is, when it's okay and when it's not, managing it, how to minimize it and how to address it as both an individual and team. You can either listen via the in-page player or download it directly. She's also posted her slides to her blog.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon Sessions Episode 5 PHP & E-Commerce More Than Just a Shopping Cart
January 10, 2008 @ 09:31:00

The Zend Developer Zone has posted the latest in their "ZendCon Sessions" podcast series - a talk from Elizabeth Naramore about PHP and E-Commerce applications.

Welcome to The ZendCon Sessions. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2007 in Burlingame, CA. We hope you enjoy today's session as we listen to Elizabeth Naramore present "PHP and E-Commerce: More Than Just a Shopping Cart".

There's three ways to get this fresh new episode - you can subscribe to the feed for the podcast and have the episodes delivered to you, or can download the mp3 of the talk or you can listen right on the page via an embedded player.

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
PHP Advent Calendar
December 03, 2007 @ 08:45:00

Chris Shiflett has started up a PHP project for the holidays - a PHP Advent Calendar to share helpful hints and knowledge from members of the PHP community:

Welcome to the PHP Advent Calendar. If you are unfamiliar with the format of an Advent calendar, Wikipedia has a pretty good description. The PHP Advent Calendar is similar in spirit to the Perl Advent Calendar, a tradition the Perl community has sustained for several years.

So far he's posted the first (Sean Coates) and second (Elizabeth Naramore) days. Keep an eye on his blog for more holiday PHP goodness!

You can also keep track of the latest ones on this calendar Sean has put together as well as on our list below:

Days:

  • Day 1: Sean Coates (using mail)
  • Day 2: Elizabeth Naramore (documentation)
  • Day 3: Sebastian Bergmann (finding bugs)
  • Day 4: James McGlinn (Handling SSL/Non-SSL Redirection)
  • Day 5: Cal Evans (lesser known resources)
  • Day 6: Davey Shafik (UIs and APIs)
  • Day 7: Elizabeth Smith (SPL to the Rescue)
  • Day 8: Matthew Weier O'Phinney (Don't Reinvent the Wheel)
  • Day 9: Ivo Jansch (Design Patterns)
  • Day 10: Chris Cornutt (Planning)
  • Day 11: Ben Ramsey (Getting Involved in the PHP Community)
  • Day 12: Ed Finkler (Making Assumptions & Asking Questions)
  • Day 13: Terry Chay (web site security)
  • Day 14: David Sklar (timing and profiling)
  • Day 15: Paul Reinheimer (channels and output)
  • Day 16: Jeff Moore ("What We Can Learn about Software Development from a Failing Restaurant")
  • Day 17: Ilia Alshanetsky (grepping for parse errors)
  • Day 18: Christian Wenz (WSDL despite PHP5)
  • Day 19: Marcus Borger (using the Google charting API)
  • Day 20: Adam Trachtenberg (SQLite)
  • Day 21: Luke Welling (Follow the Big Dogs?)
  • Day 22: Derick Rethans (Using the VLD tool)
  • Day 23: Jay Pipes (Two PHP/MySQL Tips)
  • Day 24: Nate Abele (Session Security)
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Zend Developer Zone:
PHP Abstract Podcast Episode 14 Insights on Telecommuting
August 09, 2007 @ 11:09:00

On the Zend Developer Zone today, they've posted the latest episode in the PHP Abstract podcast series. This time, the special guest host is Elizabeth Naramore, a member of the PHPWomen.org group.

She is active in her local PHP users group (OINK-PUG) as well as PHPWomen.org. Additionally, Elizabeth has helped coordinate both PHPAppalachia and the PHPThrowdown. She lives in Cincinnati, OH and currently works in e-commerce, web development, consulting and does freelance writing on the side. Today Elizabeth is going to share with us her insights on telecommuting.

Grab the mp3 of the show directly or you can subscribe to the show via their FeedBurner feed to get updates each time the new episodes come out.

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