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7PHP.com:
Lone Star PHP 2014 Review 02 Spotlight On Jeremy Lindblom's Stay
May 14, 2014 @ 11:19:44

The 7PHP.com site has posted their second interview/review about this year's Lone Star PHP conference with a little Q&A with one of the speakers, Jeremy Lindblom.

Lone Star PHP is a PHP conference which takes place yearly in Dallas/Texas. This year, it took place some weeks back on the 25th-26th April 2014. So what was the buzz, the happenings and the PHPing all about in there? To serve this purpose, 7PHP brings you some reviews based on the personal experience of the people who actually attended and/or spoken at that conference. With this edition, we are at the 2nd review of #lsp14.

In this interview Jeremy answers some questions about things like:

  • His overall impression of the conference
  • What talks he enjoyed attending
  • How he felt his own talk went
  • What he saw as different about the conference compared to others
  • Improvements he saw were needed for future events

You can see Jeremy's answers to these questions and more in the full post of the interview.

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Link: http://7php.com/lonestarphp2014-review02/

7PHP.com:
Lone Star PHP 2014 Review 01 Spotlight On Chris Tankersley's Stay
May 06, 2014 @ 09:40:54

On 7PHP.com there's a new post in their community interview series, this time with Chris Tankersley and some of his experiences at the Lone Star PHP Conference last month.

Welcome to the 7PHP PHP-eatre (theatre) where the screens never tires of diffusing everything that has PHP deep down inside the DNA. Tonight, we'll watch the "after-the-show" of a yummy PHP Conference, named as the Lone Star PHP which took place last week. The screen tonight, features our PHP Rockstar, the Only-and-Only Chris Tankersley.

In the interview Chris answers questions about:

  • His background in PHP and the community
  • What he enjoyed about the conference
  • Some of his favorite sessions
  • The presentation he gave (and how he felt it went)
  • How the conference was different than others he's attended

Check out the full interview with all of Chris' answers too.

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Link: http://7php.com/lonestarphp2014-review01/

Davey Shafik:
Thoughts on PHPBridge
April 30, 2014 @ 11:01:44

At the recent Lone Star PHP conference in Dallas, Texas PHP Women members Davey Shafik, Elizabeth Smith, Michelle Sanver and Matt Frost presented the inaugural version of their PHPBridge introductory curriculum. Davey has posted about the experience as an instructor at the event.

Last weekend at the fantastic Lone Star PHP 2014, I (and 3 other awesome people) presented the inaugural PHPBridge tutorial. You can read more about how that went on the PHPWomen blog. However, I wanted to take a moment to jot down some more personal thoughts on PHPBridge. Why I pushed for it, why I think it's important, and my ultimate goals for it.

He looks at some of the formation of the training, based on the popular RailsBridge sessions, and some of the work that was done to translate it over to the world of PHP. He talks about some of the foundational ideas behind the training and some of the steps the attendees follow (and discover) along the way. He notes that he more than considers this initial version a success but mentions a few things that could be improved for later presentations.

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Link: http://daveyshafik.com/archives/68888-thoughts-on-phpbridge.html


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