Emily Stamey

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Emily is a developer at NC State, supporting the College of Engineering. She learned PHP in 1999 and discovered a whole new world of fun and programming. This was the beginning of her passion for Open Source! In her free time she enjoys music, legos, making things, playing games, and socializing. She is an active volunteer in the community as an Organizer of TrianglePHP and TA for Girl Develop It. She really enjoys helping people share ideas and learn together, which has led to her speaking at conferences.

Sessions for this user

* Pulling up Your Legacy App by its Bootstraps!

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to support an application built on an older framework. What would you do if changing the code broke everything? The application functionality is too large to be replaced in one release. What can you do? You can bootstrap it, replacing the application in sections as time allows. When all functionality is replaced, you can put your new codebase into a newer framework or a standalone application.
Emily Stamey