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Sunshine PHP Announces Keynote Speaker - Rasmus Lerdorf
November 06, 2012 @ 09:29:41

The Sunshine PHP Conference has announced their opening keynote speaker for this year's conference (in Miami, Florida February 8th and 9th) - Rasmus Lerdorf, creator of the PHP language.

SunshinePHP Developer Conference is proud to announce the opening keynote speaker Rasmus Lerdorf. In February 2013 when it is cold in most places around the world, it is still sunny and beautiful in Florida. So come down to Miami for a few days and enjoy sun, community, and learn all in one great conference.

Tickets for the event are already on sale with an Early Bird price (pre-November 30th) of $159.95 USD. If you're more inclined towards speaking at the event, their Call for Papers is only open until December 1st so hurry and get those submission in!

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Liip Job Openings (including PHP/XSLT developer)
April 11, 2008 @ 11:25:13

Christian Stocker has pointed out that Liip is hiring, including a position for a PHP/XSLT developer:

With our new office, we have more space, with more space, we can hire more people. Therefore and without further ado, I'll recommend you liip.ch/jobs, if you're looking for an interesting and fulfilling new job in an innovative and fascinating environment.

Details on the PHP position can be found here and info on the others are here: Java/Flash developer, Linux sysadmin and Clerk.

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ONLamp.com:
Points of Attack PHP and Ajax
August 28, 2007 @ 11:11:00

Matthew McCool has a few reminders for developers out there thinking of using Ajax in your applications - mainly to remember that it has the potential of adding another vulnerability to your application.

Consider a registration form built out of PHP. Any aspect of your script that accepts and processes data is a potential point of attack. If you add Ajax, what you're doing is increasing the complexity of the application and, by extension, introducing greater vulnerability. More points of entry equal a larger attack surface, and that means potential problems for your application.

He continues his login form example and mentions a few things you could do to help protect your application and its users (including using the escaping functions built in to PHP to help remove some harmful input).

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Stuart Herbert's Blog:
Come And Work With PHP In The UK!
March 02, 2007 @ 10:42:00

Stuart Herbert has posted about an opening with the company he works for in the UK that's looking for developers/managers/etc to help fill out their new expansion:

We're expanding the team in our Cardiff city-centre office (right in the heart of Europe's youngest capital city). We're looking for exceptional people with a proven track record in designing, delivering, and managing web-based solutions to large organisations. If you're a project manager, software developer, web site designer with XSL experience, or a systems administrator, maybe we have the right opportunity for your next role.

You can get all of the details about the company from from their website.

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Yahoo Job Opportunity (Sunnyvale, CA)
December 16, 2005 @ 14:03:12

In an effort to reach as many of the PHP developers out there, the fine folks at Yahoo! have submitted this job information for a position in Sunnyvale, California:

Title: Yahoo Web Developer for Small Business
Location: Sunnyvale, CA

Y! Small Business is looking for a self-motivated experienced Web Developer to join the Small Business engineering team. In this capacity, you will work closely with interaction designers, visual designers, user experience researchers, software engineers, and product managers. The ideal candidate possess a strong command of markup, PHP, CSS to level 2, JavaScript to version 1.5, practical knowledge and use of up to DOM2 methods and properties, cross-browser development techniques, browser degradation strategies, well-versed in code optimization and development patterns, accessibility 508 compliance guidelines, and experience with end-to-end high-quality development/testing. You will exercise innovation and influence in support of UI design and heuristics through your expertise in client development to enhance user experiences.

Experience working in Unix environments, CVS or source control, and bug tracking tools is highly desirable. The environment is fast-paced with numerous, user-centered, iterative design and development cycles. You will be responsible for creating proof-of-concepts/prototypes to production-level "best of breed" websites and applications. If you're interested, send an email over to teddi [at] yahoo-inc [dot] com for the complete details...

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