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Symfony Blog:
SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013 the entire schedule is online!
September 25, 2013 @ 11:22:32

On the Symfony blog today there's a note that the schedule for SymfonyCon Warsaw has been published. The event is happening in Warsaw from December 10th through the 14th and will include workshops, sessions days and a "hacking" day at the end.

You've been waiting for it over the past few months and it is finally out: the entire schedule of SymfonyCon Warsaw 2013 is online! Here is the recap of the awesome Symfony week you'll attend on December 10-14 in great Warsaw, Poland.

Sessions for the event include:

  • Diving deep into Twig
  • Simplify your code with annotations
  • Moving web development from server-side to client-side with Sidecar
  • Cool like Frontend Developer: Grunt, RequireJS, Bower and other Tools
  • The Proxy pattern in PHP
  • Mastering the Security component's authentication mechanism

They've also listed out some more details about the tutorials and the other sessions to keep an eye out for in the blog post.

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Link: http://symfony.com/blog/symfonycon-warsaw-2013-the-entire-schedule-is-online

Symfony Blog:
Symfony Live Paris 2013 the full program online!
March 20, 2013 @ 10:26:48

As mentioned in this post to the Symfony blog, they've posted the full schedule for the Symfony Live Paris 2013 event. This year's event includes sessions like:

  • The PHP Content Repository PHPCR (David Buchmann)
  • Git Flow: an Agile Development Process (Xavier Hausherr)
  • Understanding the heart of Component Security (Rouff Joseph)
  • How to organize your templates twig? (Gregory Pineau)
  • Integrate forms and validation in your PHP applications (Hugo Hamon)

You can still get your tickets for thus year's event too- they're the "last minute" tickets and will cost about 300 Euro, but there's still some left!

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php|architect:
php|works 2007 Conference Schedule Posted
July 03, 2007 @ 10:17:00

php|architect has posted the official schedule for their upcoming php|works conference happening September 13th and 14th in Atlanta.

Included in this year's lineup are talks like:

There's lots more where these came from - it's a jam-packed two day conference with great topics to appeal to everyone. Check out the main conference site for more information on how to attend or just head over to the registration page and get your spot reserved today.

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Zend:
Framework Preview Release version 0.2.0 Released
October 30, 2006 @ 18:10:52

The Zend Framework team has officially released for download the latest version of the Framework - Preview Release 0.2.0.

The Zend Framework community has released the 0.2.0 Preview Release. This release contains many important enhancements and new features:
  • New MVC implementation
  • New HTTP request and response objects make it easy to automate unit testing for web apps without a web server, and also make it possible to use MVC for command-line and PHP-GTK application development
  • Enhanced pure PHP Lucene-compatible search engine component
  • New Mysqli DB adapter
  • New JSON server
  • New REST client and server
  • New XmlRpc client and server
  • New Acl component
  • New Session component
  • New Web Services clients for Delicious and Audioscrobbler
  • New Registry component
  • Significant improvements to many other components

You can download this latest release directly from the Zend Framework site.

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Joshua Eichorn's Blog:
Official WebThumb Contest rules published
October 23, 2006 @ 13:56:00

Joshua Eichorn has posted the official contest rules for the WebThumb Contest announced a short while back.

The contest runs until November 30th, and the top 5 submitters will all win upgraded WebThumb accounts. The top submitter will also win a copy of my book, Understanding AJAX.

Since previously, all that was required was a comment on this blog entry, people who've posted there need to listen up - an official submission needs to be made. Check out this page for the complete rules and all of the information you need to include in the submission email.

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Community News:
PHPWeekender Full Slides Posted
October 13, 2006 @ 09:13:00

As pointed out by Tobias Schlitt, the full collection of slides from the PHPWeekender have been posted to the event's website.

To grab them, head to the main site and scroll all the way down to the schedule at the bottom. Each of the talks that have slides are linked to the archive with them cmpressed inside. Some great topics were presented that weekend, including a look at XML handing in PHP, shell scripting, best practices, and object-oriented programming.

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Kore Nordmann's Blog:
Weekender talks online
October 10, 2006 @ 12:33:00

Kore Nordmann has posted about the talks from the PHPWeekender event being posted online.

The talks followed three topics:

  • Best Practices - security, performance up to basic OOP features in PHP and debugging
  • Object-oriented programming - "OO Candy store"
  • and the ever-popular "Enterprise PHP"
You can check out the slides and information for each of the talks on Kore's own page listing them out (as well as some other great talks from other conferences).

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Zend Developer Zone:
phpt Generator Up
October 04, 2006 @ 17:21:00

The Zend Developer Zone has a quick post about the arrival of a handy tool for working with simple testing on your PHP script - the phpt generator.

Etienne Kneuss has finally finished his phpt generator. So if you need a basic phpt test for a function (or the entire PHP library) - don't write it. Be lazy, click a few buttons and back to chatting on IRC you go.

Etienne is also quoted as saying that the purpose of the script it to help spot problems in examples and to help "extend the code coverage analysis".

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Community News:
PHP Appalachia Conference Schedule Posted
September 25, 2006 @ 07:24:56

Elizabeth Naramore has been kind enough to let us know that the schedule for this year's PHP Appalachia conference has been posted over on their site.

The schedule includes plenty of relaxing time spent camping, hiking and even a few PHP-related discussions thrown in, just for something different. Two official speakers are giving their talks first thing on Day Two and Day Three:

  • Ben Ramsey on REST
  • Chris Spruck on Regex
There will also be some Lightning Talks for those interested during Day Two. Check out the full schedule for everyhting happening in this great three day event.

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Community News:
Userland Naming Guide Launched
August 14, 2006 @ 11:37:26

An official guide to choosing names for identifiers in userland has been added to the PHP manual on PHP.net. In his latest post, Lukas Smith talks about it:

So now we finally have some guidelines on how users should name their identifiers to be fairly future proof. This should hopefully help reduce the amount of pain people suffer when PHP adds new features like a class for Date or File handling. Although the two mentioned examples have settled on using DateTime and FileObject to get around the issue at least partially.

The guide itself is unfortunately spread over 3 pages, which does not seem to make sense since there is really not that much content there yet. Then again the guide may get expanded in the future. Anyways I recommend that every serious PHP programmer have a look at the guide. If there are any issues please let me (or the PHPDoc team) know. Otherwise make sure you adapt your internal CS to match this guide.

The guide talks about the naming of items in the global namespace (functions, classes, interfaces, etC), some rules to follow for internal identifiers, and some quick tips on naming to create pseudo-namespaces.

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