Posts tagged ‘Barcelona’

September 27, 2008

PHP Barcelona 2008 – Wrap up

Now the PHP Barcelona 2008 conference is almost over, I am sitting in the last keynote of the day – Derick is talking about XDebug.

PHP Barcelona 2008 is a user group run conference, costing only 20 Euros for people to attend and it managed to garnish around 200 – 300 people, which shows that the PHP Spain scene is quite vibrant and alive. The conference was run really well and the venue is truly amazing, given people paid 20 euros to enter, everyone went wow as to the quality given the payment ratio.

This is a conference to look out for in the future and I for sure am gonna attend next year if possible.

I gave my Deploying website with the pear installer talk: http://www.slideshare.net/helgith/website-releases-made-easy-with-the-pear-installer-barcelona-2008-presentation/, I’ve updated it a bit and changed it, the talk it self went really well – ran 5 mins over, people seemed somewhat confused but I had really good feedback, both on pear and the talk it self … How I can improve them and in general good questions.

So hopefully they will have another conference next year, this one was too well run to not do it again. See ya there!

September 20, 2008

Speaking at PHP Barcelona next weekend

Next weekend I’ll be talking at the PHP Barcelona conference (27th Sept) about how to deploy your website with the PEAR installer.
It’s a relatively new conference and only a one day but already includes talk from big speakers like Derick Rethans, Scott MacVicar, Zoe Slattery and well my self :-D

So do come by to the conference, by the really small fee about 20 euros, fill up the conference and have a beer or 10 with us afterwards!
Looking forward to seeing everyone there!