I’ve just arrived back from the inaugural PHP South Coast Conference. It was a really great event that seemed to go without a hitch, had a fantastic range of speakers and a nice bunch of people that attended. So first of all, a really big thank you! to PHP Hampshire, BrightonPHP and PHP Dorset for putting on a top-notch event – you really wouldn’t have known it was their first one as everything seemed so professional! Continue reading “PHP South Coast 2015”
Going to be travelling to the PHPNW Conference today (it’s tomorrow, but I don’t fancy catching the stupidly early train to get there on time), but going over the schedule is a pain… There are just too many good talks! How can I possibly go see them all?! The 11:15 time slot is easy, that’ll be Rob Allen’s talk on ZF 2 – we use it so much at work now that it’d be crazy to not find out what’s coming and how this may affect what we’re currently doing. Same with the Michelangelo van Dam talk on unit testing with ZF. But the 12:15, 15:00 and 16:15 talks? I have no idea what to choose! Juozas Kaziukena’s Optimizing Zend Framework might be worth while, but then again, is it all about ZF1 and how much will be relevant for ZF2? The HipHop talk by Scott McVicar would be interesting. I can’t see it being deployed at my work, should still be a good talk… I’m liking the sound of the Database version control without pain by Harrie Verveer as well! And that still leaves me with two other time slots to decide on… Sheesh!
The agony of choice, eh? 😉