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Pro-PHP Podcast:
Interview with Brion Vibber of Wikimedia
May 19, 2006 @ 05:56:15

As mentioned in this new post on Marcus Whitney's blog and this item from the Pro::PHP podcast website, there will be an interview with Brion Vibber of Wikimedia today streamed live via php|architect.

Tune in [on May 19th] as we interview Brion Vibber, Chief Technology Officer of Wikimedia. Brion will share his experience with using PHP in the endeavor of powering the web application with the mission of providing "...every single person... free access to the sum of all human knowledge". According to Alexa, Wikipedia is currently the 16th most visited site in the world, and it runs on PHP. Brion will share the lessons learned from Wikipedia's meteoric rise as the go-to destination for all things 'info' and how they have intelligently scaled and secured PHP for the truest of enterprise deployments.

If you'd like to attend, head on over to the signup page on the php|architect site and submit your info today. You'll recieve an email with instructions on where to go and when to be there to be a part of the action.

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