Archive for October, 2009

October 28, 2009

ZendCon, the aftermath.

Now that ZendCon 2009 is over and I’m back home safely, albeit tired, in London after a whole week of giving presentations and meeting old friends and making new, I have an itch to reflect a little bit on the trip, reminisce if you like.

First I would like to mention the talks I gave at ZendCon and make my slides available, as I have been asked quite a few times so far to publish them but have no yet had much time to deal with it.
If anyone wants the originals they can contact me directly and I will be more than happy to oblige :-)

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October 15, 2009

ZendCon 2009

I just wanted to give everyone heads up on the fact that in a few days I will be flying over to San Jose to give 2 talks at ZendCon 2009.

I will be presenting Frontend Caching – The “new” frontier, which is all about how to squeeze the most performance out of your frontend and I will also give PEAR2 & Pyrus, the look ahead where I will talk about where PEAR2 stands currently and how the new PEAR installer is progressing (e.g. Pyrus) and how it will revolutionize your life.

Both of those talks I have given before on couple of occasions, where they have gotten good feedback from the crowed and I have been tweaking them along the way, so I hope everything will be in tip top shape for the ZendCon crowed! :-)

I would link directly to the descriptions of my talks but apparently S&S do not know how to make websites that are usable so I can’t without digging in deeper than I want to bother with! Sorry!  Just go to http://www.zendcon.com/ and browse the agenda to see the descriptions of my talks and many other great talks.

I hope to see you guys there!

Update:

As Chris of the phpdeveloper.org and joind.in fame pointed out, you guys can see the description for my talks at joind.in :)

http://joind.in/talk/view/893
http://joind.in/talk/view/955

Also you can use that to give me feedback and rate the talk after I have given it, I would very much so appreciate that.