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Derick Rethans' Blog:
Two Community Contributions
March 01, 2006 @ 07:09:51

Derick Rethans has two new posts about some of his current involvement in the PHP community - one about an article, and one about a conference.

In this month's issue of php|architect you can find an article on the eZ components. In this article I explain the goals for the project as well as architectural decisions that we took while developing this components library. It also shows a small example on how to use the components. Unfortunately the service (http://geo.derickrethans.nl.) it talks about is not yet life... I should get that going soon.

And, in reference to the upcoming php|tek conference:

Some time ago I already wrote that I will be speaking at php|tek. Besides the three talks I will also give a tutorial/workshop on (proper) database design and optimization.

His talks will include: "A Developer's Guide to Successful Database Design", "eZ Components - RAD for PHP", and "Derick's Ranting Hour".

For a complete listing of the schedule of the conference, check out the php|architect site detailing the conference.

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