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Laura Thomson's Blog:
NYPHP Conference 2006 ("Writing Maintainable Code")
May 26, 2006 @ 05:58:54

Laura Thomson has a brief mention on her blog today about the talk she'll be giivng at this year's New York PHP Conference concerning "Writing Maintainable Code".

I think of it as an anti-The-Daily-WTF talk, and it should be more entertaining than it perhaps sounds. (If you've never read the WTF, I strongly recommend it both for entertainment and enlightenment.) I believe in terse, elegant code that gets the job done, which perhaps reflects my origins as a C programmer rather than as a Java one.

You can get complete details on her talk and on the conference from the official New York PHP Conference website, including saving your place at the conference by registering.

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Laura Thomson's Blog:
Slides from MySQL Users Conference
April 26, 2006 @ 16:25:47

Laura Thomson has posted her slides from the two presentations she's given at the MySQL User Conference this year - "Upgrading to PHP5" and "Secure Your MySQL and PHP Web Apps".

The Upgrading to PHP5 talk and Secure Your MySQL and PHP Web Apps" talk slides can be grabbed directly from her site.

She also notes an extensive recap that Mike Hillyer did on his site of the "Securing" talk.

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