Usually I'm a total wallflower at conferences, gravitating to only the people I know. This…
Yesterday I was one of four people to do a lightning talk at BrightonPHP. As anyone who knows me; I hate public speaking with a passion. Anything over, say, four people (usually including me) and I just like to sit there quietly and not say much. But encouraged by @coderabbi’s Wisdom as a Service talk he did at BrightonPHP in February (read: told at the train station by coderabbi that I had to do a talk) and the fact that it was a lightning talk so I didn’t actually have to speak that long, I presented a very brief, high-level overview of Zephir.
If you think any of this is inaccurate, needs tweaking, etc., then please let me know and I’ll happily update it accordingly.
Well done also to Rich, Rowan and Tristan for their very informative talks on joind.in, xml/json and selenium (respectively)… Although I’m the only one that didn’t get an applause after their talk, so you’re all dead to me. 😛