Keith Casey

@CaseySoftware

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Rating: 5 of 5

FAIL

at php|tek '12 (22.May.2012) | 4 comments | Keith Casey

Rating: 5 of 5

Community Roundtable

at TEK·X (21.May.2010) | 5 comments | Keith Casey, Michelangelo var Dam, Lorna Jane Mitchell, Rafael Dohms, Ben Ramsey

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Rating: 4 of 5 
(13.Nov.2008)
The Future is Not Yet Widely Distributed (intro to Git)
While I think the content is great, I felt it was more of a howto session as opposed to an overview. It felt like you were trying to tell us how to do it and then why it might be useful. I would have liked to have seen things flipped around: "Here's *why* you would do this and why it's so valuable and here's a quick way to do it." Regardless, the content was good and accurate, just not exactly what I was expecting.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.May.2009)
WordPress Caching
Brandon did a nice job of laying out different methods of implementing caching. He touched on a purely server-config option (APC) and then got into the WordPress-specific options to a reasonable depth for the session.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.May.2009)
SQL Query Tuning: The Legend of Drunken Query Master
This is an excellent talk but major portions of it were over my head. I've seen it once and read the slides a half-dozen times and get something new (and often useful) each time.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Mar.2009)
Rickroll To Go With PHP, WURFL, and Other Open Source Tools
This is a great session and full of useful tips and specific examples. I think we need more iib. ;)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2009)
Practical SVN for PHP Developers
Great talk incorporating a few things I knew with a lot that I didn't. I normally merge conflicts by hand but - as Lorna noted - it's really not that scary. I appreciated their perspective. This could be nicely supplemented by a hands-on session trying out some of the tools.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2009)
A Guide to Using and Understanding the Community
Good coverage of the topic and a variety of things that I had - and hadn't - considered over the years. I'd like to see a few more tangible of examples of successful and failed efforts to do what Lorna and Skoop described.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2009)
ORM in the PHP World
I appreciated the considerations presented - not learning another language for SQL, performance, etc - but I didn't feel like there was a conclusion. I didn't get the idea that there was a "So given our requirements, I've found X, Y, and Z to be the best options." That said, the criticism and comments were all true and raised various points that I hadn't considered previously. I hope some of the ORM frameworks ponder the points.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2009)
Zend Framework and the CLI
The vast majority of this didn't require the Zend Framework at all.. so while it was discussed, it almost seemed ancillary to most of the points. Regardless, my own command-line stuff - mostly in web2project - should benefit from the tips.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2009)
Ending Keynote
While Terry is a great speaker, I think this keynote suffered from a lack of preparedness. Even going through it out loud once or twice in advance would make transitions smoother and better polished. That said, the slides were great and very well done.. and the points and issues raised were well considered and described.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
Object Oriented Apologetics
Content-wise: This presentation would likely be a good starting point for people just diving into OOP and figuring out if it works for them. Presentation-wise: Relax. These are pretty friendly crowds. ;)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
PHP Code Review
Picking apart examples is pretty easy but I agree that looking at the *process* and strategy behind a Code Review would be incredibly powerful. Further, when the trio were reworking group-provided live code, this is an even better presentation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
Quality Assurance in PHP Projects
In the week or so since I've caught this presentation, I've implemented every tool into the web2project development process, some for ongoing analysis, some for general metrics. The documentation/info for pdepend is lacking - including how to read the graphs - but the rest are pretty good.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
PHP Oracle Web Applications: Best Practices and Caching Strategies
I haven't played with Oracle for years but this was a good starting point on understanding how its caches work and how to get rolling on it. I'm going to dive into it more in the coming weeks, so the perspective should be useful.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
PHP Code Review
I'm kind of biased on this one as they reviewed my project... web2project. This was excellent from top to bottom and a useful outside perspective on how to clean things up and make them better. To date, I've completely reworked one of the modules based on the feedback and simplified the Controllers, made the Model better, and even improved the corresponding Unit Tests. +1 to this.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
Design Patterns in PHP
This was the best explanation of Adapter vs Decorator pattern that I've heard so far. They're *just similar* enough that it can be hard to see the difference between them. That said, he had to fly through the Design Patterns, so none were covered with more than a few sentences. :( Dropping a couple might provide the ability to go deeper into some important but often overlooked ones.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
The CodeIgniter Framework
I hadn't seen or heard much about CodeIgnitor and only went to this presentation because Ed was giving it. That said, it looks like a nifty framework that appears to be relatively light and flexible. I've started playing with the routing a bit and will dive into the content negotiation will probably investigate and adapt some ideas into my own things.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(06.Oct.2009)
Out With Regex, In With Tokens
I've been working with email templates for web2project and hadn't come up with a nice clean way of handling them... this looks like a much better and cleaner strategy that I'm going to investigate.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Evening Event - Wilde Rover
Excellent location. Excellent crowd. Excellent open bar. The food selection was ok. Despite the better food the night before, I enjoyed this event better. The room setup allowed me to drift and join in a variety of conversations throughout the night as different things got interesting, etc.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
State of the PHP User Group
Good overview, but I'd also like to hear some ideas that have/haven't worked for various groups in terms of organization, activities, recruiting, etc.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
The Next Generation of IIS & Windows Optimization for PHP
The SEO toolkit is an okay step, but realistically, SEO is less of a consideration than most people think. It's mostly a snakeoil type of thing... but the pluggable tool concept is powerful and I'd like to see where it goes compared to the Accessibility (Section 508), security scanning, etc ideas we talked about later in the week.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
WebPI Roadmap & Overview
Despite the fact that WebPI isn't targeted at us, I think it's a good step to make PHP installs much easier on Windows. I used it just before WordCamp NYC with success. :)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Intro to Powershell
It looks like Powershell is catching up with our command line - which is good - but still not understanding why it takes so much effort to use (IDE). We can do our scripting from the command line with simple tools and I think you need to get there before we can start using it effectively.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Drupal & It's Community
I wasn't familiar with some of the internal discussions, so very informative.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
WordPress & It's Community
Useful to get some of the WordPress perspective on things and understand what has/hasn't been of interest in the community.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Microsoft DPE Field - "Lets Talk"
My only criticism of this one is that I think should be one of the *opening* sessions. As we move into the later sessions, having a vague idea of who does what and what the roles are would be *very* helpful. More importantly... since most of us know the DPE's individually, having some of them intro the whole thing might break the ice. Familiar faces, overview of goals, and all.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Closing Session: Bill Staples and Panel
Useful as a closing wrapup and definitely good to prioritize things. I'd like to see next years' kickoff session as a "and here's what we did with your feedback..."
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
SQL Server Next Gen
The speaker was excellent. I appreciated that he wasn't following a script or a checklist and just rolling with what we wanted to see after the overview. He was knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Good combo. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
Bing Maps
*Very* nice. I like the isometric view... all we need is Godzilla roaming about. :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
PHP Interoperability with Microsoft technologies
Azure seems to be everything across the board... I agree with David that a more clear overview of what it is along with the boundaries on what it isn't would be *very* handy. Regardless, the pieces that I know are there are pretty good. I'm also glad to see the Eclipse integration even as I've been converting to Netbeans for PHP development. :)
Rating: 1 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
CodePlex Foundation
As I said that day, Susan's informercial (her words) were downright offensive. More importantly, it hijacked what Robert was saying. Further, the name is confusing... CodePlex the site versus CodePlex the Foundation? Having them named the same is begging for problems. After discussion in the hallway after, at Wilde Rover that night, and at the Roundtable the next day, things were clarified quite a bit, but that was outside the session itself.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
SL/Ajax
The Silverlight stuff is pretty cool. I've already talked with a customer about using it in a new project for video playback. The ASP.NET Ajax stuff... you guys need to get better and less confusing names. Seriously.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(07.Dec.2009)
OSTC Tour
Eh, it's a server room. +1 to David. I would prefer to see Garrett and the rest of the team's workspace, how they manage development, and some of the tools they use. *That* would be an interesting day.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
The Lost Art of Simplicity
Fantastic talk. I'd love to explore some specific tips and ideas to do from here on all my projects.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
Data Visualization: Turning Numbers into Stories
I finished Tufte's book a few months ago, so the opening was a good way to take things a step further. More importantly, I appreciated the vendor neutral overview of a variety of toolkits. I've worked with one of them but the rest were new to me.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
Agile in a waterfall world
Informative talk, useful perspective.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
Lean Mean PHP Machine
Useful perspective from a small organization without significant resources to pull it off.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
Best and Worst Practices Building Rich Internet Applications (RIAs)
This was a useful one in covering the good and bad things to do. I found out that I was doing a bunch of the good stuff just by dumb luck. Of course, I'm doing some of the bad stuff too, so I guess I need to do some work..
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2010)
PHP Code Review
I'm biased as they reviewed web2project for us, but once again, I was impressed with how they were able to quickly identify a number of issues and suggest fixes. Even better, I appreciate that they talked through each of the fixes and what the impact/benefit would be.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Technical Writing
The content was a bit basic for the long-term writers in the crowd but +1 to wanting more on the cubing process. Sounds like some blog posts. ;)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Cloudy with a Chance of PHP
The beginning was a little rough in who was covering what and to what depth.. but once you guys got into the meat of the presentation it was pretty solid. I think a straight "here's where this one is great & here's where it sucks" would have been a nice addition.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Opening Keynote
The opening keynote dragged. While there was some attempt at excitement, it's just not there. A number of us have been using the "cloud" for years since I first learned about it at ZendCon 2007. The sales side of it was expected and felt forced.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Flex + Flickr = Fleckr?
You're right.. this was a tutorial and should be one again. Thanks for the feedback. It is always welcome. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Technical Debt
Great content.. and as noted during the session, I've experienced this one myself in the dotProject/web2project battle.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
The Secrets of Building and Participating in Open Source Communities
Great discussion on community building.. I'm looking forward to the Drupal & PHP communities collaborating more.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Why MVC is not an application architecture...
Every time I attend one of Stefan's sessions, I'm impressed and learn quite a bit. I'm going to have to rethink a few things here.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(07.Nov.2010)
Anti-Spam & Anti-Gaming Tactics
Good discussion of strategies, some I've had fun defeating while others have defeated me. Very informative.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Mar.2011)
The Well-Equipped Remote Worker
Good overview and critique of some tools. Handy.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Mar.2011)
Work/Life Balance
Good points. By the end of this, I didn't have a door to my office, but I got a nice big curtain to block me from view. Out of sight, out of mind. ;)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(08.Mar.2011)
Can I Work From Home Tomorrow?
I *really* liked hearing the contrarian viewpoint and how to make sure telecommuting doesn't happen. It was informative and got me thinking on a number of fronts.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(08.Mar.2011)
The Business Case for Telecommuting
Old hat for those of us who have been doing it for years, but nicely done.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
Real world Quality Assurance, unit testing, code review
I thought the session was well done and the topics covered were interesting and relevant. I agree that it was *way* too much to cover in three hours but there was enough that someone wanting to learn more would have enough of the concepts, terms, and tools to research further. I'd attend it again.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
Technical Debt
This is the second time I've caught this one and have enjoyed it both times. This time there was less audience participation this time around but Scott & Paul added good things.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
27 Ways To Be A Better Developer
Interesting and informative but the transitions were pretty rough. A few more rehearsals would be a great improvement.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
Conference social: bowling in the venue!
I didn't bowl.. I got fries instead, but they were awesome. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
Benchmarking Applications And Frameworks
I've caught this talk a couple times and I *love* the fact that he emphasizes figuring out the relative difference between the systems and making his results reproducible. As much as benchmarking can be an art versus a science, he makes the science workable.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
HipHop For PHP
Good session, nice to see the progress in the last ~year or so.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Feb.2011)
Project Triage & Recovery
My apologies on the slides. They were designed for 800x600 but the projector only showed them at 640x480 so they were screwy. If I'd realized how bad they were, I would have done the - apparently minor - adjustment that would have corrected it. You can get the slides here: http://caseysoftware.com/blog/phpbenelux-2011-recap @ijansch and anonymous, I'd love to know your specific criticisms and/or weaknesses to address them next time around. Thanks :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(28.Sep.2012)
PHP: Continuously
@Marianne - Any feedback or tips on how I can make it better? What would have given this presentation a 4 or 5 in your book? I'm scheduled to give this 6 more times and would love to tune appropriately. Thanks. :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(10.Feb.2013)
Outside the Bubble
Wow, thanks everyone. If there's anything you think I could/should have done better or differently that would have been more useful, please feel free to drop me a note: keith @ caseysoftware.com
Rating: 0 of 5 
(23.Mar.2013)
Worst Case Scenario
Thanks for the feedback everyone. My apologies on the audio. If I'd known I was coming across muffled, I would have moved my mic or switched to another method entirely. Anyway, if anyone has feedback on what I could/should do better, please feel free to drop me a note. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Jun.2013)
API First
Good coverage of the background and principles involved in pitching and doing API-first systems.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.Jun.2013)
Embedded PHP with RasPi
I agree with Patrick above.. it was somewhere between a "look, shiny!" talk and a howto and both were good but still felt incomplete. Maybe this is better as two separate but connected sessions? Or go through all the basics and build towards *one* concrete example?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Jun.2013)
Open Sourcing Mental Illness
I have nothing but the utmost respect for Ed for stepping up and hitting a hard and personal topic in an appropriate and useful way. I'm looking forward to seeing how this talk changes and impacts the community over time.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.Jun.2013)
Keeping it Small: Getting to Know the Slim Micro Framework
I was happy to see this validate a few things that I've already done but more importantly he covered a few gotcha's that are hiding in the areas like Hooks and Middleware. It showed solid understanding of the tool and its uses.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(05.Jun.2013)
Service Oriented Architecture Panel Discussion
The technical content was solid but not always actionable. A few specific examples of "and here's what that looks like" would have been useful. Also, agreed that the presentation format needs some energy.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(09.Nov.2013)
Continuous Integration in PHP
@Jon -Sorry to disappoint.. can you drop me an email: keith @ caseysoftware.com? I'd love to figure out how to tweak the description or improve the content to better match the two. Regardless, thanks for the feedback. :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(25.Jan.2014)
Continuous Integration in PHP
@Annelies - Posted, check out the link just after the talk description above.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(27.Jan.2014)
Roll your own – choosing a PHP framework
Good talk and I agreed with all of the points, but - other than "don't write your own framework" - I couldn't tell what the intended next step or "therefore you should..." was.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(07.Feb.2014)
Happy Hour
The bar closes at 11pm :(
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.Apr.2014)
12 Reasons your API Sucks
@Nalin Thanks for the feedback. If you're willing, I'd love to hear specific feedback on how I can make this presentation better next time around. You can reach me at keith [at] caseysoftware.com
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Apr.2014)
<script>alert('Keynote!!!!!!!!11!!!1!');</script>
I really enjoyed this one.. it was full of actionable steps that almost anyone should be able to follow. Her style and presence are also hard to forget. :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Apr.2014)
Single Page Apps With AngularJS
I completely agree that this was a great session that was just too short. As is, the way the material was split seemed a little unbalanced but it could have been solved with more time. Another hour or even a workshop based on this. would have been great.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Apr.2014)
Introduction To Elasticsearch
We're using ElasticSearch and I had no hand in any of it.. just a bit of using it. And this session was really useful to understand why some of our decisions were made and how things work together. I'd love to see a followup or workshop based on this.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Apr.2014)
Top to Bottom PHP Profiling
Lots of awesome actionable material here plus a great/entertaining story to kick it off. I want to watch this one again to absorb more.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Aug.2014)
PHP 5.6 and Beyond: Because Incrementing Major Versions is for Suckers
Very informative talk, not just in the specifics of PHP 5.6 but also with regard to how other languages have approached major backwards compatibility breaks. I really appreciated the insight and spent a good amount of time researching afterwards. Thanks for the insights.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
PHP Jeopardy
It was fun, but I'm more than a little biased. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
Speak HTTP and Consume APIs with Guzzle
I've been working with Guzzle for a while and was pleasantly surprised by all the things I learned in this one. It's come a long way in the past year and Jeremy did a good job of covering some of the more powerful bits and pieces. While the "simpler example" criticism might fit, I'm not sure there *is* a simpler example that is still useful/applicable.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
Turning Your Code Into a Company: The Parts They Don't Tell You
I think the tools bit should have been split off to another talk. Personally, I'd call that something like "how to build a your company's infrastructure in 147 easy steps!" :) Other than that, I thought the talk was thoughtful, applicable, and very deliberate. I like the (totally legitimate) criticism of the "overnight success" mindset.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
Building Extraordinary Packages
I really like both the vision/mindset of the group and the checklist approach to doing things the right way. I have a couple packages that I need to think through to make sure they're up to these standards.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
HipHop and Hack: PHP for Real World Applications
This was full of interesting (and actionable) content but the pacing and volume were rough. A little more energy/enthusiasm would have made you a bit louder and engaging to create a really solid session. (Also, for the slides, you can attach those to the talk description above. They're easier to find that way.)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Apr.2015)
Talmudic Maxims to Maximize Your Growth as a Developer
I really liked the branded notecard with the idea of writing down one thing that impacted you. It was really a clever way to provide a hook and followup. I don't remember but was your contact info on the card? Since this was my second time catching this, the non-English bits didn't freak me out and I think they added a ton of context.. especially pushing and furthering the idea that most of these concepts and thought processes are not new, that we just need to think on how to apply them. On the technical side, the microphone issues were distracting but pretty minor overall.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(13.Sep.2015)
Building your API Utility Belt
Thanks, I'll add that for the next revision! Much appreciated.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Sep.2015)
Making the World a Smarter Place through IoT
There were some pretty cool possibilities and this was a good overview.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Sep.2015)
Speaking for Speakers
The slides were fully of valuable information but they were hard to read as is. A little bigger font and/or a direct connection to what Josh was saying at the time would have been helpful. As is, it was multi-threaded and hard to follow.. but both threads were great.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Sep.2015)
Stronger Than Ever: Into the Future, Together
Really enjoyed this one. It was full of useful background and context that explained a few things I had wondered about.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Sep.2015)
Building Extraordinary Packages
Aw crap. Now I have more stuff to do.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(18.Sep.2015)
Down the Rabbit Hole: Combining Career & Community
Fantastic talk. As much as Cal portrays himself as a joker, he's one of the most genuine, passionate, and thoughtful people I know in the PHP space. It came through in this talk and I learned a little more about the people I share the community with. :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(10.Nov.2015)
Is Your API Misbehaving?
Thanks for the feedback on this one. I sincerely appreciate it. :) The next time any of you are in Austin, drinks on me. Well, one..
Rating: 2 of 5 
(10.Nov.2015)
Opening Keynote
I still don't understand this one as a keynote. The stories might have been interesting individually if any of them had been deep but they all felt like offhand throwaway comments. Worse, I couldn't see what the common threads were connecting them. Opening keynotes are generally used as an introduction to set the tone and direction of an event but this one felt like an aside that didn't tie into anything else going on.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Nov.2015)
Action-Domain-Responder: A Web-Specific Refinement of MVC
+1 to what Chris Tickner said.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(10.Nov.2015)
Building your API Utility Belt
Thanks all. I'm torn about which ones to drop but happy to take some advice and input. :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
The PHP Package Checklist
Overall, I enjoyed this talk. It was informative and useful in some things to do and avoid. But I think this could have been a lot more actionable if there were examples showing the concepts in practice.. both good and bad.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
Exploiting the Brain for Fun & Profit
Good talk with some actionable steps and information that could be applied almost immediately.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
After Party
The coffee drinks were great. :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
Building A Developer Platform: From (o)Auth to Zen
I was expecting a more strategic view of launching a platform as opposed to the specific tactics but the content and approach were great. In terms of additions, I'd love to see what adoption looked like pre/post the current version and how these lessons improved those numbers. Even if you can't share numbers, magnitude/scale would be useful.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
Shattering Secrets With Social Media
I'm glad to have horrified all of you. :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(11.Apr.2016)
Rethinking Loops
So I walked into this one with more intrigue than interest and I'm sincerely glad I did.. I default to loops most of the time because they're a nice hammer that I know. Using map reduce concepts to collapse and simplify loops is a powerful approach that I hadn't considered. This is one of the few decks I've bookmarked to come back to later.

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Lone Star PHP 2017 Apr 20, 2017
OpenWest 2016 Jul 13, 2016
Lone Star PHP 2016 Apr 07, 2016
ConFoo 2016 Feb 22, 2016
True North PHP 2015 Nov 05, 2015
Lone Star PHP 2015 Apr 16, 2015
Day Camp 4 Developers Nov 07, 2014
Lone Star PHP 2014 Apr 25, 2014
SunshinePHP 2014 Feb 06, 2014
SunshinePHP 2013 Feb 08, 2013
CodeConnexx Nov 08, 2012
php|tek '12 May 22, 2012
ConFoo 2012 Feb 27, 2012
Zend Uncon Oct 18, 2011
ZendCon 2011 Oct 17, 2011
Lone Star PHP Jun 11, 2011
php|tek 11 May 24, 2011
ZendCon 2010 Nov 01, 2010
TEK·X May 18, 2010
ZendCon 2009 Oct 19, 2009
ZendCon 2009 Uncon Oct 19, 2009
php|tek 2009 May 19, 2009
WordCamp Mid-Atlantic May 16, 2009
DrupalCon DC 2009 Mar 04, 2009
php|works + PyWorks Nov 12, 2008
PHP Appalachia 2008 Oct 11, 2008
True North PHP 2013 Nov 09, 2013
Lone Star PHP 2013 Jun 29, 2013
CodeWorks 2011 Dec 02, 2011
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