Chris Tankersley

@dragonmantank

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Rating: 4 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Ending Keynote
I love hearing Terry Chay talk, though I think that not only are PHP developers engineers, we're craftsmen and artists as well. He made a great point though, the only thing that sets us apart is ourselves.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Out with Regex, In with Tokens
Tokens are definitely next on my list of things to learn better, and this talk gave a great overview on why they are much easier than regular expressions in some cases.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
A Manager's Guide to Telecommuting
We've started a 'work from home' program, I'll be taking some of Cal's tips along back to work to better improve it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
PHP 5.3 - Hot or Not?
A great overview of some of the new things coming in 5.3.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Everything You Need to Know About mod_rewrite
Rich is a great speaker and explained mod_rewrite in great detail without getting boring on a topic that could easily get very, very dry.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Organizing your PHP Projects
Great tips not only for the evolution of projects as developers mature, but the tips will come in handy as we all move to 5.3.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Design Patterns in PHP
Most people skip over design patterns when it comes to web applications, Jason gave a great overview of the ones that are applicable to the web and ways to use them.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
Getting it Done
Good tips on getting up and running with Scrum.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(26.May.2009)
PHP on IBM i: What the Heck is That?
I just wish it was this easy to convince my boss that we need to run PHP on the i. Mike gave a good overview on why PHP on the IBM i is a good idea.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Nov.2010)
JavaScript for PHP Developers
Helped explain things coming from a PHP perspective. Great as an intro into JS.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
The ROI of community involvement
Great discussion over getting into the community as well as how to get around some of the issues that PUGs face.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Introducing Zend Framework 2.0
I'm only disappointed that there was no interpretive dance. Other than that, I'm really looking forward to ZF 2.0 and this was a great intro to what is coming.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Building a Single Sign On platform in PHP
The content was great, but only an hour might be a bit too short for it. This talk would be slightly better if it had a larger timeslot. Lots of good info though.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Improving QA on PHP development projects
I love talks like this from Michelangelo. Even though I run CI, I still picked up a few tools and want to look at phing harder now.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Pragmatic Guide to Git
A great intro. I've been using git for a while and I never knew about patch adding!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Why MVC is not an application architecture...
A good architectural background on MVC and why it doesn't really work for the web. This talk ended up causing a big discussion later that night over MVC and what should be done.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
The Secrets of Building and Participating in Open Source Communities
A great talk about building community. While Dries started Drupal, that wasn't the focus of the talk. Building a good community is hard, and he provided some great points on how to do it.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
High performance PHP: Scaling and getting the most out of your infrastructure
Provided some good points, but nothing really revolutionary. Really a 30,000 foot view on getting set up for high performance. Personally I was hoping for a bit more detail, but at least it pointed people in the right directions if they've never looked at high performance before.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Opening Keynote
I get that it's ZendCon, but it really was a sales pitch. I'm generally here more for the PHP than sales. Good to see what's coming down the pipe, but nothing spectacular unless you use Zend Server paid edition.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Best Practices in deploying PHP applications
Felt it was way to much a sales pitch. Everything but the new Zend Server deployment and Zend's new packaging system were cast in a bad light (despite all of them having pluses and minuses on the slides). I was really hoping for some actual best practices with examples of deployment.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Technical Debt
Best talk of the conference. I can't think of anything else to say. Great overview of the different types of technical debt and how to mitigate it. Elizabeth is a great speaker.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Reusable Bootstrap Resources with Zend_Application
Showed why using Bootstrap Resources are a much better idea than modifying the bootstrap directly. Would like to see more live examples, but there was enough content to get the point across.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Advanced Date/Time Handling with PHP
I spent the previous night before the talk reading the DateTime documentation in preparation for the ZCE. Derick made much more sense than some of the documentation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
MySQL Server Performance Tuning 101
I've had to recently try to configure a MySQL server that was just performing horribly. This was a good introduction to server tuning. The slides were packed with info, which will help with applying this in the real world.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
MySQL Server Performance Tuning 101
I've had to recently try to configure a MySQL server that was just performing horribly. This was a good introduction to server tuning. The slides were packed with info, which will help with applying this in the real world.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Zend Framework roundtable
Was a good idea. Would have liked more time with it though. It's great to see that the ZF guys actually want to here our gripes and take them into consideration.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(05.Nov.2010)
Test Driven Development in PHP
The live coding just proves why TDD is worthwhile. Great talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
HTML5 and Javascript for the PHP Developer
This was one of the best HTML5 talks that I've seen so far. Jake and Daniel really know what they are talking about it and present in a clear, easily understandable way. I would have liked to have seen a bit less about jQuery and more about the other frameworks, but the overview of underscore.js was great.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
!Normal===Awesome!
We aren't normal, but in a good way. Cal captures and lets us know why.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
Taking Sites Mobile
A good talk on the general ideas one needs to thing about when designing a mobile application. He gives some great ideas on what programmers need to think about when they are attempting to refactor for mobile or what they should think about when starting from scratch.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
It's More Than Just Style
Very informative talk. I had thought CodeSniffer was really just there for general purpose things, but it can be used to help not only force coding standards, but in many other ways.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
Mapping URLs with and Without Mod_Rewrite
Get alternatives to mod_rewrite that is currently available in Apache 2.2 and 2.4.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(24.May.2012)
PHAR, The PHP .EXE Format
Awesome overview of the parts of .phar and different ways to use them.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.May.2012)
Slim Your PHP, Fatten Your JS
Ed's JS talks are always a pleasure, this was a great example of using Backbone.js to sit on top of a basic PHP API and how to construct it.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(25.May.2012)
Alice & Bob: Public Key Cryptography 101
He explained the basics of cryptography is a very easy to understand manner. His match examples were easy to follow, and it was a bit refreshing having a theory talk instead of a talk just about different algorithms you can use.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(29.Sep.2012)
Building APIs with Silex
Awesome talk during the Cincinnati leg. Use Silex quite a bit, but still learned a better way to handle maintaining large amounts of routes.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Sep.2012)
Responsive Web Design: The Mobile Web & You
Loved the non-programming overview of Responsive Design, especially on how to convert fixed-width grids to fluid grids.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Sep.2012)
OOP Adventures with XOOPS (Cincinnati)
Interesting to see how XOOPS has changed since I used it years ago. Will definitely check it out.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Sep.2012)
Usability for Developers
+1 for Unicorn Puke. While things like Bootstrap have helped us move out of the early 90's when developers need to design, this presentations gives a good overview of things we still need to look out when we customize or create designs from scratch.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(30.Sep.2012)
CI:IRL
Interesting, real life look at how far projects should take continuous integration. Picked up a few tools that I didn't know about, like Sonar, to add to my toolbox.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Oct.2012)
How Sysadmins View Your Stinking Code
Good overview of why developers are the sysadmin's nemesis. Also showed some good tools to help developers
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Oct.2012)
Designing Beautiful Software
Great talk about how to craft software, not just bang out syntax.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Oct.2012)
Event and Signal Programming
Really needs the code examples for the full effect, but since they are provided in github it's better than seeing it crammed on the slides.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(28.Oct.2012)
Writing Services with ZF2
Some good examples on using Zend Framework 2 outside of the normal MVC structure and not relying on ZF2's release schedule. Looking forward to seeing the Services area get bigger with time.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(28.Oct.2012)
Introduction to Modules in Zend Framework 2.0
Picked up some tips and tricks for writing ZF2 modules. Great talk!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Mar.2013)
Learning how to learn
One of the best keynotes I've seen. It was a perfect intro to the conference.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Mar.2013)
Get hooked on git hooks
Lots of good tips on when to use git hooks and some good sample code
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Mar.2013)
JavaScript's Difficult Concepts Explained
Javascript = confusing But overall it was well presented, especially with the confusing parts pointed out
Rating: 5 of 5 
(02.Mar.2013)
Phing All The Things!
Lots of good real-world examples of using phing
Rating: 5 of 5 
(04.Mar.2013)
Lightning Talk
I'm glad someone finally is bringing the menace that is lightning to the public's (or at least MidwestPHP's) knowledge. 10/10 A++++++ would watch again.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(04.Mar.2013)
Drupal Development Tips
@Bart, You're right, it's a personal preference. vagrant just makes it easier for me to build and rebuild boxes on demand instead of manage them through the Virtualbox (or in your case, VMWare). vagrant lets me have a working debian box in 5 minutes. Otherwise they are functionally the same. vagrant is just a wrapper for Virtuabox (and actually VMWare and ec2 soon as well) to create VMs.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
The API Toolbox
Lots of good tools for when working with and developing APIs. Really enjoyed the presentation.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Sep.2014)
Dependency Injection, Dependency Inversion, and You
Excellent talk on the different types of dependency injection, how to do it, and tips on managing it. Examples were clear and explained the problems and solutions clearly.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.Sep.2014)
GuzzlePHP Makes HTTP Not Hard
Great overview of Guzzle in general, and some of the differences between Guzzle 3, 4, and 5. I also enjoyed the children's book from the PHP Bard.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(19.Sep.2014)
Secure Password Hashing: It’s Not Just For Experts Anymore
Wonderful talk on password hashing, security, and tools to work better with this. I've just taken over a code base that is using MD5 as their hashing mechanism, so the tools Jeremy outlined and has created will be invaluable during this upgrade. Everything was easy to read and understand, great talk all around.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Nov.2014)
Turning Your Code Into a Company: The Parts They Don't Tell You.
Excellent talk about starting your own companies, especially since it let people know that there will be struggles. Told a very good story as well as helped give some tips for people that are following this same path.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Nov.2014)
Talmudic Maxims to Maximize Your Growth as a Software Developer
Absolutely amazing talk. Yitz claimed that this talk was for beginner developers, but a developer of any level should hear and take to heart the maxims that Yitz brings to light. The memes were an excellent choice for each point he drove home, and the overall tone and message makes this one of the best soft talks I've ever heard.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(13.Nov.2014)
Drupal 8: A Story of Growing Up and Getting Off the Island
Excellent talk on the work that Drupal has done to bring out version 8.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(13.Nov.2014)
Keeping WordPress Under [Version] Control with Git
The talk was good and the points brought up were covered well, but felt that there could be more, especially since it was fairly short. It seems the talk boiled down to using a .gitignore file and I was hoping for a bit more workflow things. Excellent speaker and very knowledgeable, as he handled the QA session after very well.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.Nov.2014)
Harnessing the Power of Connected Data
Good introduction to graph databases.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.Nov.2014)
Behat v3! Behavioral-Driven-Development, Functional Tests and Selenium
Great talk and overview of BDD, Behat, and Mink.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(21.Nov.2014)
Behat v3! Behavioral-Driven-Development, Functional Tests and Selenium
Great talk and overview of BDD, Behat, and Mink.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Feb.2015)
My App Is Secure...I Think
Good overview of security issues in the entire stack, and different ways that they can be handled. Some of the code was a bit hard to read from the back, but the overall message and important info was spot on.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Feb.2015)
PHP and teams, it's good chemistry!
Great overview of what is coming in PHP7. Also enjoyed the QA session afterwards.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Feb.2015)
Same Thing Happens Every Time.
Great talk about patterns in teams. The analogies to Joseph Campbell's "Hero of a Thousand Faces," movies, and different people on a team were spot on. Almost gave this a 1/5 since I thought he was going to recommend we watch "The Last Airbender" movie, but he actually meant the TV Show, so it's all good.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Feb.2015)
How To Cope When It All Hits the Fan
Great tips on how to manage process and clients when things go wrong. Loved the (sanitized) real world stories about how her and her team coped. Might recommend changing some of the font colors, many of the pictures with white text blended into the wonderful background images (could have also been the projector's fault). Didn't detract from the overall talk though.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Feb.2015)
Down the Rabbit Hole: Lessons Learned combining Career and Community.
2/5, not enough cat pictures. One of the best keynotes of a conference. I might have preferred it as the opener, which would get people motivated to branch out and mingle and build the community that was there at the conference, but the talk is just as effective when it's telling people to go home from the conference and get involved in the community.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2015)
Accessibility: The Forgotten Piece you need to know to become a complete Developer
This was a great talk and overview of accessibility, which a lot of developers don't think about during development. This topic needs to be covered more at conferences, and Joe did a great job.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2015)
The Only Girl in the Room
A very needed, if depressing, look at what women developers sometimes have to deal with. Glad that Beth and Eryn were willing to speak up about it, and the panel discussion with the audience went very well.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2015)
Inside Laravel 5.0
While I don't use Laravel 5, it was interesting as an outsider to see some of the things that are coming about in the framework. Only complaint was some of the red/pink text was hard to read, but that was an issue with the projector more than anything.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Mar.2015)
Give it Back - Getting Involved in Open Source
A great talk about why open source is important, and why it is important to give back.
Rating: 0 of 5 
(17.Apr.2015)
Your Inner Sysadmin
@J.T. Sorry about the speedup at the end! 3 hours in a bunch of time, but it always gets a little weird the second half of the talk depending on what questions got asked. If you have any questions, feel free to bug me online!
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Wax On, Wax Off: Coder Dojo
Overall I think the class went well, and the concept itself fits well with the tutorial length. My only complaint is that the suggested kata might have been a bit to high-level. I think swapping out the kata would greatly help.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
How to Speak at a Conference
I thought this was a really good introduction to how to structure and design a talk, as well as points for giving them. Ironically, one of the slides should have been how to manage time, as the talk sped up due to time constraints and the audience adding their own thoughts (which wasn't technically her fault). Overall the information was spot on and should help any speaker, new or old.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Teaching Kids to Fail
I think with a bit of work this talk could be better. From the aspect of describing what ScriptEd is and why it's important, I think it's spot on. It holds up well to this and would be a great marketing presentation for getting buy-in from a school or sponsor. Where it falls down is on actionable items for how we can do this in our own community. While the curriculum is open source there wasn't anything on the talk about that, it actually came up from the questions being asked. I also agree with the comments on some others, as the motivations expressed work well for NYC but maybe no so much Texas.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Loosely Coupled Live Podcast
Fun to watch. Wonder what the over/under is on it actually getting published.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
After party presented by Sparefoot
It was so good the cops had to be called!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
After party presented by Softlayer
A nice relaxing way to wind down the conference. They kicked us out even though Mother Nature made it clear we should have stayed inside.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
PHP Jeopardy
What Is A Great Closing Keynote?
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Turning Your Code Into a Company: The Parts They Don't Tell You
I always enjoy hearing these kinds of talks, especially Luke's story. The ups and downs of starting a successful company are a good grounding strategy in the days of startups that are only worried about cashing out quickly.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Behind the Scenes of Maintaining an Open Source Project
The topics covered were exactly what I was expecting, but the delivery was a bit all over the place. Open Source would be so much better if people were just nice to each other.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Stepping Outside your Comfort Zone: Learning to Teach
Great talk. I enjoyed learning how teaching works, why it fails, and how to structure things for greater information retention. While not all of this can be used in the presentation format, teaching goes way beyond conferences.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
A Gentle Walk Towards SOA
1/5, didn't even talk about WSDLs. On a serious note, good presentation about SOA and splitting your application up into various services. I think it gives enough information to get someone familiar with the concepts and where to look next.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(20.Apr.2015)
Five things I wish they had told me before I started programming in PHP
Cal always gives great talks. While this talk was geared toward new developers, there were a few things I picked up for myself. I always enjoy his talks.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Apr.2016)
HTTP is Dead. Long Live HTTP/2!
Excellent overview of the history of HTTP and what new features are part of HTTP/2. Plenty of useful examples of how it works as well as tools to help log and work with the requests.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(09.Apr.2016)
Building Simple Micro Services Using Slim 3.0
This is a great topic, but as others have said it has a few rough edges. In addition to some of the other things that have already been said, I would also suggest maybe either refining the topic down or splitting the talk into two - possibly one talk that is about the nature and workings of micro services that is framework agnostic, and a second that shows how to implement them directly in Slim. This allows you to work with different audiences and will help narrow down the focus of the talk. I'd also highly recommend recording demos ahead of time. Live code is always prone to failure no matter how good the speaker, and pre-recording and explaining the video helps keep the flow of the talk as well as removes the frustration and anxiety of live demos and their many points of failure. Overall it's a good talk, and thank you for giving it!
Rating: 5 of 5 
(09.Apr.2016)
Writing Workers For Scalable Applications
An excellent introduction to this topic. The tools Gary talked about are easy to implement for almost any project, and the code examples were well written and clear to follow.
Rating: 2 of 5 
(31.May.2016)
Reducing Technical Debt with Design Patterns
One big thing out of the gate - this was labeled as a 3 hour tutorial, yet only lasted a bit over an hour. From the content being presented, this wasn't just a rush or lack of audience participation. I feel like this was an hour talk. There just didn't feel like enough content nor things to do to ever come near filling the entire slot. I also feel like the talk was misrepresented in it's content. This was, at it's heart, a design pattern talk. From that perspective it did it's job well - it introduced the most common design patterns and how they work. The talk did not do what was on the tin, which was teach how to use them to reduce technical debt, nor how using them future-proofs your code. My suggestion would be to just make this a 1 hour design pattern talk, and it will be a much better representation of the content.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.May.2016)
Uncle Cal's Career Advice
I love old man rants. I love Cal's rants... which I guess qualify as old man rants. As with many of his keynotes and inspirational talks, he knocked it out of the park. There isn't anything revolutionary in the talk, but he provides rock solid advice for developers of any experience. Go out and make your career your own.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.May.2016)
MySQL's JSON Data Type
This was a good introduction to using the JSON data type inside MySQL. I know personally I'm investigating this type of setup as I migrate away from a fully NoSQL system, so the usage and how it interacts with structured data came at a good time. It did feel like it ran up on time though, and he ran out of dolphins.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(31.May.2016)
Code Archaeology: Becoming Indiana Jones
An excellent premise and idea for a talk. A lot of the topics covered were (to me) common sense, but putting them together in a narrative really helps show how one can go through and figure out a codebase. There isn't any specific trick, it's just trying out all of these suggestions and digging in.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(31.May.2016)
Yielding Higher-performance PHP
This was an excellent talk that goes over a complicated subject. The material presented was well explained. The only gotcha was the demos. It would have been a bit smoother had each of the demos been running and he just had to show them off, but switching between them took a bit of time and was a bit of a distraction.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Effective Redis for PHP Developers
Did a really good job of showing how redis can be used for much more than just key-value storage. Excellent mix of tips and real usage.
Rating: 3 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Self-employed through the Web
Overall I don't think this was a bad talk, but as David mentioned at the beginning there wasn't anything new here. All of the advice was solid and well explained, its just that there wasn't much there for anyone who has been freelancing for a while. Newcomers might have gotten more than me.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
ProTips for Staying Sane while Working from Home
For the most part I think this was a lot of things that people getting into working from home just don't consider (especially the parts about creating boundaries). This talk provided a lot of good tips for people getting into working from home.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
JavaScript is Awe-ful
This was a wonder 'WAT' talk, especially because it did not focus on just one language. All languages suck, just in different ways.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
The New Revolution
There are no enough ways for me to convey how awesome this talk was. The trip down computing history lane, where all of today has come from, and our responsibility are cleanly laid out. This was an amazing talk through-and-through.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Beware Mutants: Testing Your Tests
Other than a few spots with the code examples, I think this was a very well done talk.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Becoming a Polyglot
I think I would like to see this as a tutorial. An hour seems like just enough to scratch the surface of how each language is doing the same work, and a longer talk slot would give time for more in-depth conversation and examples. It was a great talk as is though.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Logging: Your New Best Friend
While it provided a few good examples of logging and logging tools in general, the meat of the talk was an excellent overview of the ELK stack. Enjoyed the examples and usage of ELK, and how easy it can be to use.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Web Apps
I love all the VR stuff coming out, and this was an excellent introduction into using it for the web. 30 minutes did not do this talk justice, and I would love to see it as a longer talk.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
ERD, Flowcharts, and Other Documentation
This was an excellent talk that contained a fair amount of common sense stuff as well as tips and tricks for getting the most out of your documentation. Writing documentation and keeping it up-to-date is always a chore, but this talk gives some actionable items all of us can start with to get better.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
I'm Just Here for the ElePHPants
I thought this was an excellent first stab at a keynote. With a bit of work this would be a 5-thumbs-up keynote.
Rating: 4 of 5 
(01.Jun.2016)
BDD with Behat for Beginners
This was an excellent introduction to what BDD is and how to start doing it now. There were some issues trying to get all the software installed which caused quite a few hiccups, but otherwise I thought this was a good hand-on tutorial.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Nov.2016)
Open Source for a Successful Business
Excellent talk on open source and community from a business perspective. It's great to see how open source is helping people excel at their jobs and make a living off of it, and how people can give back.
Rating: 5 of 5 
(16.Nov.2016)
Be Ready for ZF3
Great overview of the new stuff in Zend Framework 3 and some things that are coming down the pike. Even though I use Zend Framework quite a bit, I still learned something new.

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php[tek] 2017 May 22, 2017
Midwest PHP 2017 Mar 17, 2017
php[world] 2016 Nov 14, 2016
ZendCon 2016 Oct 18, 2016
PNWPHP 2016 Sep 15, 2016
Nomad PHP July 2016 US Jul 28, 2016
Lone Star PHP 2016 Apr 07, 2016
php[world] 2015 Nov 16, 2015
ZendCon 2015 Oct 19, 2015
php[tek] 2015 May 18, 2015
Lone Star PHP 2015 Apr 16, 2015
Midwest PHP 2015 Mar 14, 2015
php[world] Nov 10, 2014
ZendCon 2014 Oct 27, 2014
Lone Star PHP 2014 Apr 25, 2014
SunshinePHP 2014 Feb 06, 2014
ZendCon 2013 Oct 07, 2013
php[tek] 2013 May 14, 2013
MidwestPHP Conference Mar 02, 2013
ZendCon 2012 Oct 22, 2012
php|tek 2012 UnCons May 23, 2012
php|tek '12 May 22, 2012
ZendUncon 2010 Nov 02, 2010
ZendCon 2010 Nov 01, 2010
TEK·X May 18, 2010
php|tek 2009 May 19, 2009
php[world] 2017 Nov 14, 2017
SunshinePHP 2017 Feb 04, 2017
SunshinePHP 2016 Feb 04, 2016
SunshinePHP 2015 Feb 07, 2015
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