PHP is one of the most-used web programming languages around today. This website is powered by WordPress which is written in PHP. The Atlanta PHP users group generally meets the first Thursday of the month at Colony Square in Midtown Atlanta (Peachtree and 14th). For more information, see their website at:
http://atlphp.org

From their website:

Atlanta PHP connects and unites PHP users across the Southeast, provides world-class support and resources to the community, and advocates the adoption of PHP to local, national, and international businesses.

Atlanta PHP formed in late 2004. Mentored by the highly successful New York PHP group, Atlanta PHP aims to expand upon those successes in the Southeast by implementing a similar model and approach. With a growing member base, Atlanta PHP is building a community of professionals dedicated to the development and proliferation of PHP and related technologies. Atlanta PHP actively supports its community through sponsorship of networking events, regular meetings, a community-driven Web site, and mailing lists. Through partnerships with local, national, and international businesses, Atlanta PHP works to promote PHP and related technologies across the Southeast.

See their website

or sign up on meetup

follow them on twitter

or freenode IRC: #atlantaphp

Looks like Ben's made sure this is one of the more connected users' groups around. Yes, they're even on Facebook.

 

 

 

Atlanta PHP Users' Group

AtlantaPHP

The Southeast's premier PHP community
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