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PHP Quebec 2009 (Wrapup/Slides)
March 09, 2009 @ 10:29:37

The PHP Quebec 2009 conference has just wrapped up and some of the community have already posted the slides from their presentations. Here's a list so far:

And some wrpaups...

Keep an eye on this post for more slides and summaries as they're posted.

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
PHP Quebec Recap
April 06, 2006 @ 14:33:03

The PHPQuebec Conference wrapped up last Friday, and several of the attendees have posted their own recaps, and today, Chris Shiflett is adding his experience to the list.

PHP Quebec was an educational and entertaining conference as expected. The PHP Quebec User Group does a great job organizing the conference each year.

My talk, Agile PHP Testing, was very well received. I think KISS might be the missing ingredient that we need to ignite a testing revolution in the PHP community. Most people who approached me after the talk appreciated the simplicity of using test-more.php with no testing framework at all. I think they also appreciated knowing that using TAP allows them to "upgrade" later.

Of course, he includes the slides for his presentation, but he also links to others' presentations including ones from Ilia Alshanetsky, Andrei Zmievski, and Rasmus Lerdorf. And, for a little slice of what the conference was like visuall, check out Chris' pictures.

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