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Covers basic needs for getting a project started and managing it.

Covers basic needs for getting a project started and managing it.

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    • Getting Your Projet StartedSouth Florida PHP Users Group Adam Culp http://www.Geekyboy.comIn this session we will share critical points to getting a project up and running to ensure it runs smoothly. We will focus on the three phases of a project and "must have versus "nice to have" items along with when is the best time to implement each.
    • Getting Your Project StartedProject Management Human Resource Tools MS Project Web2Project Trac Others (there are many)
    • Getting Your Project StartedTicket System Trac Zendesk Campfire Others:
    • Getting Your Project StartedVersion Control CVS – Really!?! SVN GIT SourceSafe
    • Getting Your Project StartedFrameworks Zend Framework CakePHP Symfony Many, many, many more
    • Getting Your Project StartedTools Editors UltraEdit Kate VI or VIM IDE Zend Studio Eclipse (PDT) Komodo Netbeans
    • Getting Your Project StartedDevelopment Environment Linux Apache, PHP, MySQL Windows IIS, PHP, MSSQL Many other databases, but these are the top
    • Getting Your Project StartedBug Tracker Trac Bugzilla Others
    • Getting Your Project StartedHuman Resources More developers QA/QC/Testers HELP!!!
    • Getting Your Project StartedQA/QC/Testing Developers make TERRIBLE testers Need one tester for 3-4 developers (4 is a stretch) Gain a 1.5 developers for each QA 3 devs + 1 QA = 4.5 dev equiv. Lead tester carries the knowledge of the Architect, but without the forward thinking.
    • Getting Your Project StartedResources Web2Project – http://web2project.net/ Trac - http://trac.edgewall.org/ Subversion - http://subversion.tigris.org/ GIT - http://git-scm.com/ Zendesk - http://www.zendesk.com/ CakePHP - http://cakephp.org/ Zend Framework - http://framework.zend.com/ Symfony - http://www.symfony-project.org/ Zend Studio - http://www.zend.com/en/products/studio/ Netbeans - http://netbeans.org/ Komodo - http://www.activestate.com/komodo-ide Bugzilla - http://www.bugzilla.org/