LeedsPHP is a non-profit group to discuss and share knowledge about PHP and related web technologies. We meet monthly (probably) and enjoy a few talks from locals or people who have traveled further afield.
It’s open to any skill level from beginners to experts alike and we try to vary the levels so as to not alienate anyone.
The meet-ups aren’t open to recruiters unless you’re just popping along in a learning capacity.
Our long term sponsors can be seen in the footer of this page. Additional meet-up specific sponsors will be detailed on the individual event pages.
If you would like to provide further sponsorship, long term, or for a particular events get in touch via twitter.
Code of Conduct
LeedsPHP is dedicated to providing harassment-free meet up experiences for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any meet up venue or online discussion. LeedsPHP members violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the group at the discretion of the group’s organisers.
Hugh is the lead organiser for Leeds PHP and is a fulltime software engineer.
Tom has been a PHP developer for over 10 years and worked at a number of digital agenies in Leeds. He works fulltime as a software engineer at Midnite, an esports betting startup, and runs the betting comparison platform SickOdds.
Over far to many years, Mark has done a mix of development (particularly PHP), devops, database administration and technical architecture. He currently works for DealTrak as their Lead Architect.