Hello and welcome to the Washington, DC PHP Developers' Group mailing list.
the vast majority of our activity is on the mailing list, there are a
number of events that happen each month. Some are strictly professional
with a formal presentation, question and answer time, and a general
discussion on problems and topics on PHP. Others are a little less
structured and consist of DC-local technology people getting together
over beers to discuss the woes and fun of a technology
In addition to the events, there is a Developer Community
. This site aggregates blog posts from community members and also has a directory of companies and individuals using PHP.There is only one requirement to join the list/group: Don't spam us. Trust me, you wouldn't like the results.If you want to post jobs, there are two requirements:
- The job must be mostly PHP-based. This is a PHP list after all. ;)
- The subject line MUST begin with [job]
To make your job posting more effective, consider these strong
- clearly identify if it's a job or project;
- include compensation range/package;
- if possible, name the organization; and
- clearly delineate which things are required vs desired in your candidate.
These things will make everyone's life easier.
easy filter/identification purposes, the subject line of all messages
has "[dcphp-dev]" (without quotes) as a prefix. Job postings will also
have "[job]" added to the prefix. If you are posting a job, simply begin
your subject with [job]. The [dcphp-dev] portion will be automatically added.