Speaking at PHP Works 2007
I got stiff-armed for ZendCon 2007 (apparently they don't want presentations on competing frameworks ;-).
However, the PHP Architect folks graciously accepted two of my talk proposals for php|works 2007 in Atlanta:
- Organizing Your PHP Projects, an updated version of the same talk I gave last year, and
- Framework and Application Benchmarking, a presentation based on my popular New Year's Benchmarks research, including why (and how) to apply the same methods to your own work.
In a way, the two talks complement each other, but you'll have to attend both to see why. ;-)
Hope to see you at the conference!
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