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WebDev Radio Podcast:
Episode 84 Travis Swicegood
February 14, 2011 @ 10:03:44

Michael Kimsal has posted the latest episode of his WebDev Radio podcast today where he spent some time talking to Travis Swicegood, a well-known member of the PHP community best known for the advocacy he's done around the git version control system.

I had a great time chatting with Travis about git, php, languages and much more at ZendCon 2010. Enjoy!

They mention his books from Pragmatic Publishing, github, erlang, Ruby, design patterns and unit testing. You can either listen via the in-page player or you can just download the mp3 for your own future enjoyment.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon 2010 Zend(Un)Con
October 13, 2010 @ 12:57:31

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new post from Michaelangelo van Dam, the organizer of the unconference at this year's Zend/PHP Conference with an overview of what you can expect while you're there.

Community is all about getting involved and sharing knowledge and best practices. At ZendCon you'll get a chance to step up and share your knowledge and skills to everyone at the conference with the ZendCon uncon. These Uncon sessions are run separately from the main tracks and are open for everyone. Wether you're an attendee, a conference speaker, a sponsor or part of the conference organization, you're welcome to step up and share with the community.

He talks about the types of sessions you can propose - regular talks and lightening talks - how to register your sessions, what you might want to provide (slides, other content) and how you can know which uncon sessions are coming up (hint: follow @zenduncon.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon 2010 3 Questions with Ivo Jansch
October 05, 2010 @ 13:40:54

On the Zend Developer Zone there's another new post in their "Three Questions" series with speakers presenting at this year's Zend/PHP Conference - an interview with Ivo Jansch.

PHP is used all over the world and for all sorts of interesting projects. So it is no surprise that ZendCon pulls speakers from across the globe. One of the speakers coming to Santa Clara from afar is Ivo Jansch. [...] Since Ivo will be with us again this year for ZendCon, I thought I would catch up with him and ask him...3 Questions.

Topics included in the questions are things like the mobile+PHP work Ivo's doing at Egeniq, the state of PHP in larger companies (yes, sometimes it's just WordPress) and some of the things that they're focusing on in building their mobile applications in the future.

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Kevin Schroeder's Blog:
Could your PHP application benefit from asynchronous computing?
October 05, 2010 @ 08:42:16

Kevin Schroeder has been conducting an informal poll about asynchronous computing in PHP applications and has posted some of the results (as well as the poll for those that didn't get their votes in) to his blog today.

Tis the season for Zendcon. I am going to be giving a talk at Zendcon called "Do You Queue". It will be about doing asynchronous computing in PHP. In order for me to gather some data I posted a twitpoll poll. The response has been pretty good. However, there have also been several misunderstandings as well.

He points out a few comments on the poll that talk about asynchronous processing being included in the language and dismiss it as something that other technology already does. He agrees that threads shouldn't be in PHP because it would break on of PHP's strongest features - the Shared Nothing architecture. Want to share your opinion? Vote on the poll and be heard!

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Zend Developer Zone:
Announcing ZendCon 2010's UnCon
September 24, 2010 @ 08:07:56

On the Zend Developer Zone Matthew Weier O'Phinney as officially announced that there will be an unconference at this year's Zend/PHP Conference in November in Santa Clara, California.

Contrary to earlier reports, ZendCon's unconference -- a set of parallel, participant-driven sessions -- will be happening again this year, for the fourth year running. This year, Michelangelo van Dam has agreed to take the reins from Keith Casey and chair this year's UnCon event. Michelangelo is well-known in the PHP community, having helped found PHPBenelux, assisted in promoting and participating in PHP HackFests, and assisted in running the Dutch PHP Conference unconference offering.

The details are still being ironed out, so keep an eye on the Zend Developer Zone for the latest updates as the conference gets closer and closer.

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