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PHP Interview With Ligaya Turmelle Co-Founder Of PHPwomen.org
January 07, 2013 @ 12:19:00

7PHP.com has posted its latest in their series of interviews with members of the PHP community. This time they talked with Ligaya Turmele, a co-founder of the PHP Women group and speaker.

In this edition I talked with the full time Goddess, Ligaya Turmelle who is the Co-Founder Of PHPwomen.org - The PHP Women User Group. [Ligaya @lig] is also the Principal MySQL Technical Support Engineer at Oracle. She has been speaking at so many conferences namely ZendCon, PHP|tek, Day Camp for Developers, Zend PHP Conference; and she will soon speak at the incoming hot SunshinePHP Conference (organized by Adam Culp) scheduled for February 8-9 2013 where she will talk about 'Replication with MySQL'.

Her answers mention a few things like:

  • her relationship with the PHP community
  • recommendations she has for people wanting to learn more about PHP
  • how small decisions have effected her life
  • her picks for best conferences
  • her "good" and "bad" list for things that happen at conferences

You can read the full interview here.

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