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  • wade 11:58 on Wednesday, 16 July 2008 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Introducing the Utah Apple Users Group 

    I am pleased to announce the formation of a new local users group: The Utah Apple Users Group. We are a group of technophiles that use—and even cherish—products designed by Apple in California. We mainly exist simply as a mailing list where we converse and assist each other.

    The state currently has two other related user groups—the BYU Macintosh Users Group and the Utah Macintosh Users Group—but both are affiliated with universities and thus governed by external policies and politics.They are also Macintosh groups, whereas this group covers all things Apple; and, as you are probably aware, Apple has recently expanded it’s product line in significant areas other than their Macintosh computer. UMUG also doesn’t have a mailing list and their forum has been offline for a long time. So, wether you’re a photographer using Aperture, a home theater nut hooking up your Apple TV, an entrepreneur using an iPhone, or a novice with a new iPod, jump on our mailing list and lets chat. We want everyone to feel welcome wether you are a student, a professional, or anyone else.

    We do not plan on coordinating any events; we’re going to keep this simple. A website will be coming soon with syndicated news and events and we have an IRC channel for chatting in real time. Join the mailing list by sending an email to utahapple-subscribe@utahapple.org.

  • mindjuju 8:26 on Wednesday, 16 July 2008 Permalink | Log in to leave a Comment  

    Error Handling and Debugging 

    Pleased to announce Kevin Carter as the presenter for this month’s meeting. The topic is error Handling and Debugging with PHP All code has bugs. In order to fix them you have to find them. This presentation will go over tips and tricks for detecting when errors occur. Then it will go over ways to efficiently track down bugs. It will also cover some code optimization items.

    Kevin Carter works as a backend php developer for Code Greene. He’s been coding php nonstop for the past 3 years. Is a linux enthusiast, serving as vice-president for the Ogden Area Linux Users Group.

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