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PHP London 2008:
Four More Presentations/Audio Posted
June 23, 2008 @ 13:49:28

Paul Morgan dropped me a line to let me know about the latest of the talks from this year's PHP London conference being posted:

  • Scott MacVicar and Mike Sullivan - Lessons learned from the front line. They provide useful checkpoints across a wide range of topics to help keep projects in check.
  • Marcus Bointon - Mail() and Life after Mail(); (Marcus has recorded an additional segment to cover the slides he was unable to cover at the conference. This is well worth a listen for the tips he passes on in handling bounces and getting emails through to the intended recipient).
  • Frameworks debate (Zend Framework, CodeIgniter and Symfony) plus an extended audience debate and an interesting and humourous last thought from a member of the audience.
  • Derick Rethans (closing keynote) - Personal homepage tools have grown up. Derick looks back over the development of php and offers some tips and insights into using php to it's fullest potential.

Each of the above talks also has audio (mp3) you can download and listen to to follow along with the slides. Check out the main conference site for more great PDF and audio of the presentations from this year's event.

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PHP London:
Three New Talks (MP3/PDF) Added
April 23, 2008 @ 11:19:07

The PHP London Conference group has posted three more mp3s of presentations given at this year's conference - one from Scott MacVicar, another from Zoe Slattery and the last from Anthony Phillips:

  • Scott MacVicar talking about Sqlite3, explaining what it is and how it's best applied with PHP. [mp3] [pdf]
  • Zoe Slattery talking about testing PHP itself and how you can write tests to help improve PHP in the future. [mp3] [pdf]
  • Anthony Phillips talking about IBM's Project Zero, how it can give your existing code a new lease of life in a REST context amongst other subjects. [mp3] [pdf]

Check out the conference's site for other great speakers and their sessions (with mp3s and pdfs).

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Community News:
PHP London 2008 Presentations (mp3)
March 26, 2008 @ 12:58:11

On the PHP London conference website (from the recently passed PHP London 2008) has posted the first of many mp3s of the session that happened there. This first one comes from Ivo Jansch.

His presentation is titled Enterprise PHP Development and looks at things like whether or not PHP is "enterprise ready", how PHP's role in the online world has changed and some steps to take to be sure your application is ready to serve your enterprise.

The slides can be found here and the mp3 of the presentation is here.

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PHPWomen.org:
PHPWomen at PHPLondon
March 07, 2008 @ 09:37:00

Lorna Jane has posted a brief look back at this year's PHP London conference and the PHPWomen group's involvement there.

Leap Year Day, 29th February 2008, saw the annual London PHP Conference. PHPWomen were lucky enough to be able to get a stand at this conference to promote our organisation, and it was a great opportunity to get together and meet all the women that were able to be there.

She counted around 20 women at a conference of around 300 attendees (7% - not bad!) and notes that when attending a conference with a popular group, always bring enough t-shirts. There were even elePHPant and cake (no not the framework) sightings later in the day.

A big thankyou to all the helpers - it was wonderful to meet you all and I hope you enjoyed yourself as much as I did!
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Community News:
PHP London 2008 Comes to a Close
March 03, 2008 @ 11:15:26

The PHP London Conference for 2008 is behind us now and, from what the bloggers are saying, it went off wonderfully. Here's a bit from Mikko Koppanen:

To summarize it: I had fun. [...] I met quite a lot of new people at the conference and of course it was nice to see the familiar faces from other conferences and PHPLondon meetings. [...] A huge thanks to the organizers for making this day possible!

From Ivo Jansch:

I've attended the first PHPLondon conference 2 years ago, and it was great to see the progress that they made since then. The venue, the presentations, the catering, the organization, everything was improved significantly and contributed to a great conference.

And from Rob Allen:

The PHP UK Conference in London is over for another year and this year's event was another evolutionary improvement on last year's. [...] All in all it was a great conference and I'm looking forward to next year's.

David Goodwin has posted some of his own thoughts too.

You can find out more about what happened on the conference's main site.

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Community News:
PHPLondon Early Bird Discount Almost Up
February 14, 2008 @ 07:58:00

If you haven't gotten your tickets for this year's PHPLondon conference, you might want to jump on it and reserve your spot soon. The deadline for the Early Bird discount is about to come up at midnight on February 16th.

We've also got less than 50 tickets left, so there is a good chance we'll sell out before then. The standard price tickets are 100, should there be any left.

You can submit your registration on their site and reserve your spot today or, if you're just looking for some more general information, their main site has it all.

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