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Adventures in Web Services
July 20, 2006 @ 06:08:16

For those that might of missed it, Zend put on a webcast/screencast yesterday on the topic of "Web Services with PHP". The good news is, though, that if you weren't able to make it, the fine folks over at the Zend Developer Zone have a recorded version of it.

Due to technical limitations with our streaming software, we could only allow the first 550 folks into the presentation. Because of the network load, this was a difficult presentation to pull off due to lag. Paging from slide-to-slide was very delayed, so showing the code-completion capabilities of Zend Studio was nearly impossible. Despite the technical difficulties, several good questions were asked and feedback was very positive.

In order for everyone to see the presentation, I re-recorded it this afternoon, and it's available for your viewing. This one is much smoother, and I expanded on some of the topics that I glanced over in the first one. So even if you viewed the first attempt, you'll probably get more out of the second.

The presentation can be viewed here and the Zend DevZone post also has the question/answer section as well.

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