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Tobias Schlitt's Blog:
FrOSCon Notes and a Talk
June 26, 2006 @ 06:03:36

Tobias Schlitt has two new posts today related to his time spent at this year's FrOSCon in Germany. He mentions some about the conference and about the talk that he gave, "PHP Best Practices".

The first post notes that his slides for the "PHP Best Practices" talk have been posted on the php.net talks page. The talk looked at how to "behave" when working on a project in PHP by following some general guidelines, security issues and common problem guides, and keeping an eye on performance.

The second post is more of an overview of the conference, mentioning what a success it was - well-organized, good talks, plenty of help, good equipment, and great catering for speakers/helpers. The "flow" of the PHP room seemed to go well (from his comments), with only the hackaton being a bit lacking.

Congrats to all involved with this year's FrOSCon! Here's to hoping for even better times at the next conference...

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