Eli White

@EliW

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Rating: 5 of 5

FAMILY TECHNOLOGY WORKSHOP

at CoderCruise (22.Jul.2017) | 1 comment | Eli White, Josh Holmes, Chris Tankersley

 

OPENING REMARKS

at CoderCruise (16.Jul.2017) | 0 comments | Heather White, Eli White

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Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2009)
MVC Development in PHP
A very interesting discussion in the beginning about the history of MVC, and variations on the concept. Ending with a good introduction to how CodeIgniter does MVC.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.May.2009)
Practical SVN for PHP Developers
A great discussion that easily explained SVN, even to people who might have never heard of Version Control ever. After teaching the basics of how to use it, it expanded into best practices, branching patterns, and more. The pair of speakers complemented each other well to make an entertaining and informative talk. Only marred by some minor issues with their slidedeck that was often hiding titles of the slides.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.May.2009)
Opening Keynote
This was a very entertaining keynote. Lots of humor, but also good information being given out. Wasn't too much 'new' information if you are a regular conference attendee or watch what's on the web. But otherwise a great overview. Also good perspective of the history of PHP, and where PHP will be going.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.May.2009)
Rickroll To Go With PHP, WURFL, and Other Open Source Tools
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Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.May.2009)
Static and Dynamic Analysis at Ning
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Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Jun.2009)
PHP: People, Code, Ideas
Great keynote, as usual from Andrei, very entertaining, while also giving a good overview from beginning to future of PHP. I'm only rating it 4 stars however, because this being the Dutch PHP conference, the talk actually included quite a number of us-centric references and terminologies, which the entire group sitting around me were grumbling about.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2009)
Caching/Performance
Amazingly useful talk from a great duo. Covered so much in the 6 hours, profiling, caching, benchmarking, etc. A great introduction to starting down the performance and caching road.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Jun.2009)
Contribute!
Not only a great 'call to arms' to people who aren't currently contributing, but done in a very friendly and open fashion. Noone could listen to this talk and not want to go out and start helping, and feel very comfortable doing so.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Jun.2009)
Advanced CouchDB
Really good talk, but seemed much more 'basic to intermediate' than 'advanced'. Lots of good info, but most of it duplicated from previous 'introduction' classes I'd been to before.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Jun.2009)
Grokking the REST Architectural Style
A very good talk, informative and entertaining. The beginning of it was excellent, with great presentation style, as Ben was standing out in front of his computer, talking off the cuff, and explaining things great while showing simply 'pretty' slides, to not distract you into reading lots of content. IE, the opposite of the "I'm going to show you bullets, and then you are going to read them" style. The only catch came in mid-to-late parts of the talk, when Ben kept fumbling a bit, reading his notes, and therefore not flowing nearly as well
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Jun.2009)
Using Git to take SVN Offline
I really enjoyted this talk. Great how it showed (which I never knew) how git can 'suck in' and speak with SVN.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Jun.2009)
The Ivo and Cal Show (With friends)
The twitter/picture slideshow behind the people on stage made it entertaining and fun. But it seems like the speakers & topics could have been planned a bit better. (Obviously the crowd questions can't be planned, but the topics that the speakers would be discussing/debating/etc). Instead of being focused on a topic or two, was 5 different people touching very different topics, and therefore instead of being a panel, was more like lots of separate short talks. Good, but not perfect. As another reviewer said, the twitter/slideshow is what made it the most enjoyable :-D, and more than made up for any slow segments during the chat. I would have really liked to see a focused panel though talking between each other about hot topics in PHP however.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(03.Oct.2009)
What Happens When a Website Crashes: A Case Study
A good presentation of a 'Real World' situation, obstacles that a real application/website faced, tight timelines, how they overcame them, and then additional thoughts as to what else they might (or are) doing.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(03.Oct.2009)
Out With Regex, In With Tokens
Good talk, explained the idea of tokenizing in a way that the room really seemed to graps.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Mar.2010)
HTML5: Where Are We Now?
Awesome talk, not only covered all the basics of the current state of HTML 5 and showing what can be used and what we will be able to use ... But was also very entertaining.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Mar.2010)
PHP Without PHP: Philosophy of Good Architecture
Entertaining talk, as usual from Terry Chay. Filled full of numerous snippets of gold. A very broad talk that touched on numerous aspects of 'architecting' pulling upon real world examples (building design, office layouts, etc)
Rating: 3 of 5 
(12.Mar.2010)
Drawing the Line with Browser Compatibility
This was not a bad talk; however, from talking to some fellow attendees we were all confused by the title/description versus the content. From reading the description (and granted, coming from an awesome HTML5 keynote) ... The assumption was that there was going to be more discussion on HTML5, what parts of it you can use, and a deep discussion of the cost/benefit anaylsis about moving to it. Instead, it was good talk about "How to write cross-browser compatible CSS", Dealing with IE6, etc. A good topic. But not what people were expecting.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Mar.2010)
Undercover code—supporting PHP with non-web tools
A well presented top-level look at numerous tools that a PHP programmer can use to help themselves. Gave attendees a great starting place of where to go start doing research. Ran a little long at the end and perhaps would have been nice to have given some more specific examples and show usage of the tools. But overall a solid talk I'd recommend anyone attend!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Mar.2010)
myphp-busters: Zend Framework
As someone who used (and contributed) to Zend Framework over the last year: I found this a very accurate presentation. Stefan and Felix did a very good job of presenting various myths and busting them (or admitting they were plausible). It worked well, and the audience participation kept it moving. Only complaint if any was that it moved a little slowly at times, spending too much time on each item instead of just saying 'busted' and moving on. An excellent presentation overall and recomended to anyone who is considering Zend Framework.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(12.Mar.2010)
PHP Performance
Awesome talk, as always from Rasmus. He stepped through a process of augmenting performance of an application (Wordpress in this case). Including the use of HipHop, with some real serious discussions of when/whether HipHop is for you or not.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(12.Mar.2010)
Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Database Problems
Very clean discussion of the steps that Morgan himself uses when he is handed a database and told to "fix it". As he said, it's about a 15 minute process that he showed us and then went into some ways that you can instrument your website to make diagnosis easier in the future. If any fault could perhaps be had, was that I was expecting it to be a little more tuned towards 'programmers', but instead seemed to more assume that you were already a DB admin, and was giving you tricks to use. A good talk in either case and well worth the time to check it out.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.May.2010)
Code & Release Management
Thanks for all the great feedback guys. I'll see if I can work in some A-Z type discussion if I give this again in the future. Oh, and I agree that the timing was perhaps a bit off in the schedule. But that was out of my control obviously :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(26.May.2010)
Anti-spam and anti-gaming
Wow, I'm taken aback by all the amazing feedback! Thanks everyone!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2010)
Subversion in a Distributed World
Excellent talk with great overview of the various options that exist.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.May.2010)
Design Patterns
Amazing talk by Jason ... I'd never managed to actually make this talk before so was excited to see it. In the end it was better than I expected. He not only went into each pattern that he had, but had some good discussions about when you should, and shouldn't use them, and why you would want to use them. Good stuff.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2010)
The Lost Art of Simplicity
Amazing keynote. Encompassed what key values a keynote should have. It was compelling and really got people in the crowd to think. In this case to think about keeping things SIMPLE and to stop over-complicating, but more important perhaps, to stop scoffing our noses at simplicity as being 'bad'.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.May.2010)
JavaScript for PHP Developers
Awesome presentation, as always from Ed. Great information and IMO did a great job walking the non-JS coders in the room through TRULY understanding how JS works, and how it's object model is very different (Prototype based) than PHP's (Class based)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Nov.2010)
Documents, documents, documents
A very good intro to how document databases work in general, and pros/cons of them, without being a 'sales pitch' for a specific document database.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2010)
The Secrets of Building and Participating in Open Source Communities
An excellent Keynote for ZendCon. Great to hear Dries talking about how he wants the PHP and Drupal Communities to start talking/working more together. And a great backstory on Drupal for those PHP'ers that don't know it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2010)
PHP in a mobile ecosystem
While I knew lots of 'mobile' stuff that Ivo was talking about, and expected to, he blew my mind by showing me some other toolsets I'd never heard of that really make it look like some really amazing options now exist. And lots of good discussion on the ecosystem as well, where it's going what it might look like.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2010)
Security 202: And you thought you'd be secure
It's good to see a security talk that goes beyond the XSS/CSRF security, and goes into all the other ways that attacks can come in, and holes that can exist without programmers realizing it. Great real world examples as well.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(03.Nov.2010)
Pragmatic Guide to Git
A great introduction to git ... very basic information on how to use it, but that's about all you can cover in 1 hour :) An all day tutorial would work great :)
Rating: 0 of 5 
(08.Nov.2010)
Cloudy with a Chance of PHP
Thanks for all the feedback guys. Just as an interesting side-point. We discussed the idea of "Here's where this one is great, and where it sucks" We actually had slides that were supposed to do that. But in the end we realized that there wasn't much to say here. Honestly all product differentiation between the services have been closing, as each product has closed the gaps as it can. So there isn't really anything that any one 'sucks' at, but just a few more 'tweaks' at others. Basically: Amazon has lots of related services you can 'also use'. Rackspace doesn't but allows scaling w/o instance recreation (to a degree) and hardware+cloud integration. And MSFT has the whole platform-as-a-service option. Beyond that, you can use any for any purpose really.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.Feb.2013)
The WordPress Hacker's Guide to the \Galaxy()
Extremely entertaining & educational talk. Would be perfectly targeted at a beginner crowd, or perhaps event at a WordCamp or similar. Great speaker!
Rating: 3 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
How to Build Teams That Ship
Having the talk rely on audience interaction is always a double edged sword. Because if you don't get good participation it can drag on. I did like other commenters expect more good tips versus the processes that speaker followed. A little more content and not relying on the audience would make thing sing.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
Continuous Performance Testing
Good information and solid speaker.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
Introductory Python for Developers
Great talk. Exactly what the description called for. An intro to Python that was perfect for a PHP programmer. And as always excellent speaker.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
Cutting your teeth with iOS
Very good speaker. And did an excellent job walking devs trough the iOS development basics. Would be great as a 3hr tutorial with some hands on.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
Queues and the Giant beanstalkd
Very good talk. Entertaining, and the speaker really knew the information and answered all questions. Good use of visuals on the slides as well.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Feb.2013)
HTML5 Communication APIs
Great talk. Covered the gambit of APIs available to do messaging. Data presented very smooth and clear.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Mar.2013)
The Backbone.js Refactor
Excellent detailed talk. Gave overview as well as good examples of his code and experience.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(29.Jun.2013)
Web Security and You
Thanks for all the feedback everyone!
Rating: 0 of 5 
(29.Jun.2013)
Web Security and You
Thanks for all the feedback everyone!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Aug.2013)
You Can UX Too: Avoiding the Programmer's User Interface
Awesome talk. Great ideas (and jokes at the expense of programmers) about how 'we' need to stop designing UX. And how UX & development need to be two separate processes, and thought about seperately. Also how we need to be 'UX First'. Great job!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Jan.2014)
GitHub: More than Just Code
Amazing presentation. Great to see Elizabeth presenting again, and this was a wonderful presentation to show how to use GitHub in non-coding ways to help organize yourself.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Jan.2014)
Bullet: The Functional PHP Micro-Framework
Great talk --- Good introduction to Bullet, as well as giving his opinions on why he built stuff the way he did, and his thoughts on other micro frameworks.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(18.Jan.2014)
Intro to Laravel 4
Good talk! I was wanting to 'catch on' to what the Laravel ''hype'' was all about. This talk was a really great introduction to what Laravel is, and why people are excited about it. It would have been nice perhaps if the talk had diven into some more full application dev stuff. But I'm guessing that might have needed a tutorial length talk. Or the speaker to move much more quickly.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
APIs: Dead Reckoning
This was a good presentation, on Apigility. But seemed out of place as a keynote IMO. The first half of the talk was very good as it went into the problems of building an API. But then it turned into a "So use Apigility", which yes, is an AWESOME product that I highly endorse. But I was surprised to suddenly see half-of-a-keynote (plenary?) become suddenly a pitch to use Apigility. Especially when the advertising for this talk mentioned nothing about Apigility. So I was expecting just a general inspirational API API API style keynote. Had this been pitched as a regular session, with the title: "APIs are hard: Introducing Apigility". Then I think it's a 5-star talk.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Building better developers
Absolutely amazing (and entertaining) talk. Amazing work on the slides and pulling the concept together with humor and examples. Could have been a great keynote.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Open Source, PHP, and PIE
I hadn't actually heard @crell speak before. He is a very polished and effective speaker. The topic was well presented (even if one might disagree with it), reasons given, and clearly argued with calls to action. Bravo.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Happy Hour, Games, and Hack-a-thon
Timing was awkward on this. What's not mentioned is that the happy hour was at the same time as a Panel, which was followed by the game (which was fun, if not at all PHP/programming related) ... while at the same time the hackathon was scheduled. It meant that two things happened: 1. It was hard to hear the panel (and I was sitting up front), because everyone at the open bar in the back of the room was being very disrespectful and talking loudly having their own conversations instead of listening to the panel or stepping outside. And none of the conference organizers stepped up to handle the situation. 2. The hackathon was not super-well attended. I heard from many attendees who wanted to go to the hackathon, that they didn't because they stayed for the panel & games, then realized the hackathon was 'half-over', so they just left instead. Might have been better to have things laid out more linearly on the schedule, and/or had more control over the open bar situation
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Algorithm, Review, Sorting
Very nicely presented, and I agree with some other commenters on twitter that we do need more 'basic algorithm' classes at our conferences since so many people in the PHP community didn't get their start as CS majors, so aren't as grounded in the concept. This was very well presented, and the live examples were good. Once piece of feedback is that the live examples were a little hard to follow, as they were presented. Since as it went step-to-step there wasn't as much of a visual to show exactly what happened. If somehow there could be lines showing the swaps that happened more clearly, and/or even a more video-like display, that shows the items visually swapping, that could make it even better. But as it stands, it's great. (Oh, and having the bubble sort go bottom up, was awkward)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Git Educated About Git
I'm with Rowan, I came for the song, and even picked up a few git things after having used it for a while. Great introduction to Git.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
PHP
Great job Rasmus. Given there was no description I was 'worried', having not seen Rasmus present in a while, that this would be the stock Rasmus Keynote. Wherein he finds security holes in the conference website, and shows off using performance profiling tools to make <insert open source project> better. While that keynote was a really great one, I've seen it numerous times. This keynote was really good, very inspiring messages to the room, and left people ready to talk about things for the rest of the day. Exactly what a keynote should do.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Journey to the Enterprise
This was a good presentation, (And as always Mark is a good speaker). Though I think he needed a few more cups of coffee that morning ;) Delivery was a little stilted, but the topic was dead on, and a good keynote in the sense of providing Enterprise/Broad-Range topics to the audience. Because there wasn't much PHP-tie-in given directly (as people mentioned above), I think it didn't really inspire more discussions from the audience as the day progressed however.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Happy Hour
While it was free (and you can't really argue w/ free). I think that I can :-D The lines were crazy long, the hotel staff was unfriendly (often yelling at people in line), and the drink selection was ... poor. It wasn't a full bar and so they didn't even have the ability to make many common mixed drinks. Which become important given that the beer selection was poor, and the wine selection (I tried them all) was lacking. On the other hand, it was free :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(10.Feb.2014)
Going Pro
As Sean said. Cal is truly infectious. He pumps you up and gets you excited to be a PHP developer. As usual this was a great presention to really inspire people. Can't say much more than that.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(11.Feb.2014)
Hacking Wordpress, a Crash Course in Writing Plugins and Widgets
Slides are posted on eliw.com - I've made a link here to them. Thanks for the comments.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(11.Feb.2014)
Hacking Wordpress, a Crash Course in Writing Plugins and Widgets
Ummm, I'm not sure if you can. You may be able to just 'rate it again'. Otherwise if you want to change the rating you might just have to nice folks who run the website here about it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(22.Feb.2014)
PHP: Under The Hood
Very enjoyable.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(27.Feb.2014)
Caching Best Practices
Thanks for all the great feedback everyone! To address the last one about 'pointing at the slides'. Unfortunately this was a bit of a case of just not having the venue explained well enough to the speaker. I've been very used to speaking at conferences where you are broken up into smaller room situations, smaller screens, less 'stage'. In fact I used to carry a laser pointer with me for EXACTLY those cases when I was on a 'big stage' and needed to point. But I stopped carrying it because it seemed useless since every venue (save ZendCon Main Stage) put me standing right next to the projector screen anyway. But yeah, had the 'nature of the venue' been shared ahead of time. I would have planned a different style of presentation that wasn't so reliant on code samples. OR, would have put the effort into having click-through highlighting on each line-item to make it easy to visualize the discussion. Thanks again everyone!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(15.Mar.2014)
A startup story: Sending a billion text messages
Great session. Very interesting story and well told.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Mar.2014)
PHP from the CLI
Very good talk, good overview of what's available, and good example in the end. I do think that it went a little long in the tooth on the 'history' and SAPI information. Versus just diving into the "HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO". Personal note: Would have been nice if it had shown how to 'just do it', using raw PHP and getopt, etc. As an extra example. Perhaps "Here's the raw way" now "Here's how this framework makes it easier" Great job.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(15.Mar.2014)
Mocking Dependencies with PHPUnit
If Cal says he paid attention, it must have been an excellent talk. This was a really good talk/coverage of how to do mocking in PHPUnit. I think that Matt needed a bit more caffiene beforehand however. There were a few stumbles, and going back-n-forth that made it 'not as smooth' as it could be. HOWEVER that did not hurt the excellent content AT ALL.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2014)
Much more Eggs than Bacon: A Development Environment Cookbook
Great overview of the problems of getting dev and production to match, and real world examples of getting a system up and going.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2014)
7 Things I Wish Somebody Told Me
Great morning keynote. Well designed to be inspiring while making you think at the same time. I also appreciate someone talking about the 'other side' of tech, about the burnout. And specifically pushing people to 'stop coding' sometimes. To get out and do something else. Play an instrument, go hiking, etc.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2014)
It Was Like That When I Got Here: Steps Toward Modernizing a Legacy Codebase
Great talk that takes the students from having a mess of a legacy codebase, and how to step by step modernize it, without ever breaking it along the way.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2014)
Sticks, Spit, and Duct Tape: Advanced Responsive Techniques
Energetic and funny presenter. Who did a great job of explaining the topic. I learned a lot of new CSS styles that didn't know about before.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(14.Jan.2016)
Access Control Models: Controlling Resource Authorization
Good talk on the various types & models of access control. Learned a lot about the terminology. Wish that it would have had some more actual details on code (even pseudocode) of how this gets handled/or should be. And would have been good to really go into the reasons of why you'd want to do each in more depth.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Jan.2016)
Tutorial registration
Registration went very smooth :)
Rating: 5 of 5 
(30.Jan.2016)
The Lost Art of Defensive Programming
Excellent talk and great insight from someone who has been in the business for quite a while.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Mar.2016)
Stop Multiplying by 4
Great intro to the topic. Covered all the bases well.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.Mar.2016)
Zend Expressive in 15 Minutes
EXCELLENT introduction to Expressive. Perfect for a lightning talk!
Rating: 0 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
Web Security Fundamentals
Hey Ben, thanks so much for the feedback. I have a full-day version of this talk that HAS the 'hands on fixing' aspects of it. But to fit this into only 3 hours of instructional time for a workshop, the hands on stuff had to be cut, as well as a fair bit of stuff on INI configuration, much more detail on filtering (how to in code), and some other topics as well. When the owasp updates their top 10 at the end of this year or in 2017 ... I may refactor this talk to be a much more focused 'top 10' workshop, remove some of the 'basic basic basics' that I have in there, and therefore leave time for some more hands-on level stuff. Thanks again!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
Opening Remarks
As always, Jeremy is entertaining as well as informative. Having a proper stage to perform on, worked extra well :)
Rating: 4 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
The Accidental Professional
A very good talk on motivation, what's important in life, and learning from some life stories of Adam. In fact, it was a really amazing talk in the end. The 1-star reduction is purely because it didn't seem to match what was on the tin. The description made it sound like it was going to have more direct 'developer' insight. When it was much more a 'life story' :) Great either way as always Adam!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
Here Be Dragons! What It's Really Like to Slay a Monolith
Excellent story, and real world example. Presented in a clear and concise manner.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
My Journey to the Center of PHP
Not only extremely informative. but inspiring to everyone in the room. Also presented in an extremely jovial and friendly presentation style that entertained while educating.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(17.Sep.2016)
Taming the Resource Tiger
Extremely knowledgeable presenter who used a great presentation technique to really drive home points about the pain levels that can be caused by small code decisions that you didn't realize.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(19.Sep.2016)
The State of the PHP Community
Thanks for kudos Adrian & Ian ... Ian as to your feedback on the %'s ... I actually agree with you. I think that the percent of 'PHP coders' who aren't part of the community, who are in the '3rd ring' is probably something like 80 or 90% (or higher). But if I said that in my talk, IMO, people would have taken me to task because I don't really have real numbers to back it up. So I decided that it was best to 'way underestimate' at 50%, because few would actually argue against that number. And as you said, if I'm low (which I believe I am), it makes the call to action all that more urgent.

Events They'll Be At

php[world] 2017 Nov 13, 2017

Events They Were At

PHP UK Conference 2017 Feb 16, 2017
php[world] 2016 Nov 14, 2016
PNWPHP 2016 Sep 15, 2016
php[cruise] Jul 16, 2016
php[world] 2015 Nov 16, 2015
php[tek] 2015 May 18, 2015
php[world] Nov 10, 2014
php[tek] 2014 May 19, 2014
MidwestPHP 2014 Mar 14, 2014
PHP UK Conference 2014 Feb 21, 2014
php[tek] 2013 May 14, 2013
ConFoo 2013 Feb 25, 2013
php|tek '12 May 22, 2012
ZendCon 2010 Nov 01, 2010
PHP Conference Brazil Nov 26, 2009
ZendCon 2009 Oct 19, 2009
ZendCon 2009 Uncon Oct 19, 2009
DC PHP Conference Sep 16, 2009
php|tek 2009 May 19, 2009
DrupalCon DC 2009 Mar 04, 2009
CoderCruise Jul 22, 2017
Lone Star PHP 2017 Apr 22, 2017
SunshinePHP 2016 Feb 05, 2016
Lone Star PHP 2014 Apr 26, 2014
SunshinePHP 2014 Feb 08, 2014
ZendCon 2013 Oct 10, 2013
Northeast PHP 2013 Aug 17, 2013
Lone Star PHP 2013 Jun 28, 2013
ConFoo 2012 Mar 01, 2012
TEK·X May 19, 2010
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