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Phil Sturgeon's Blog:
CICON2011 and the future of CodeIgniter
August 29, 2011 @ 08:51:43

As mentioned by CodeIgniter.com Phil Sturegon has posted a wrapup of this year's CICON2011 (CodeIgniter conference, US-side) that happened in New York on the 20th.

CICON2011 happened and it was awesome. We had 100 CodeIgniter nerds in the same place - which is the biggest collection of CI nerds since 54 at CICON2010 in the UK, but this event was so much better. We had a whole load of announcements that have changed the way the framework is contributed to and improved the whole community for the better. This is not me blowing smoke up my backside, but feedback I have had from attendees. So, what did you miss?

Some of the things on his list have already been announced through other channels, but it's good to have them all in one spot:

  • The move of the project to Github
  • the merging of CodeIgniter Core and Reactor
  • The merge of the Sparks library functionality into the core
  • as well as some general positivity in the community

He's also linked to a few other summaries of other folks that were in attendance: Adam Fairholm, Frank Michel and Greg Aker.

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