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PHPWomen.org:
Kana's Experiences from DPC
July 17, 2009 @ 09:38:45

One the members of the PHP Women group attended this year's Dutch PHP Conference (Kana Yeh) and has written up some impressions she had about the three day conference.

This is the 3rd PHP conference I been to within a year; that is quite a lot for me! First the PHP conference in Apeldoorn by Eduvision, then PHP UK 2009 in London. Thanks to PHPwomen I could attend the most recent one: DPC09 by Ibuildings in Amsterdam. [...] I seem not to be able to get enough of it. But, what to do if there are multiple tracks with interesting talks at the same time?...panic? I didn't know what to do. With agony I had to sacrifice the one for the other. How do you deal with multiple talks at the same time that you both don't want to miss?

She lists some of her favorite sessions and summarizes the content for each:

  • An intermediate talk about Caching for Performance (Rob Allen)
  • State & Ajax - How to Maintain Browser and Application State in an Asynchronous World (Paul Reinheimer)
  • Habits of Highly Scalable Web Applications (Eli White)
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