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Nationwide Speakers for CodeWorks 2009
June 10, 2009 @ 12:02:33

php|architect has officially announced some of the speakers that will be joining the CodeWorks 2009 tour this fall. Here's the list so far:

  • Derick Rethans will be speaking on date/time, XDebug and development processes
  • Sebastian Bergmann will be speaking on unit testing, quality assurance and best practices
  • Ed Finkler will be speaking on creating RIA desktop applications (PHP and Javascript) and introducing CodeIgniter
  • Cal Evans will be speaking on design patterns and skills/problems PHP programmers could face
  • Lukas Smith will be talking about database-driven websites
  • John Coggeshall is talking on two topics - android development in PHP and the Flex/PHP combination.
  • Arne Blankerts will be a part of the code review tutorial and PHP security
  • Scott MacVicar will be speaking about alternative databases, pecl and getting involved with PHP.
  • Ben Ramsey will talk on AtomPub and HTTP
  • Nate Abele will be speaking on PHP in general, frameworks and best practices
  • Matthew Weier O'Phinney will speak on the Zend Framework

Keep an eye on this post for more of the nationwide speakers as they're announced!

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