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HHVM Blog:
Hack Community Roundup
May 19, 2014 @ 12:45:12

For those interested in what's going on in the world of Hack (the Facebook-created language based on PHP) check out this "community roundup" with information about and links to some of the latest happenings.

In the weeks since the Hack open source launch and the Hack developer day, there has been a lot of information, code, blog posts, etc coming from our nascent community. To us on the team, it's been incredible and encouraging to see the community reception to Hack. Here are some of the highlights of the things we've seen come out of our community. (And we almost certainly haven't seen everything, so please let us know in the comments what we've missed!

They share several related GitHub projects (including the Hack/HHVM support on Heroku), a few presentations about installation and experience with the tools and a few blog posts wrapping up their Hack dev day and an article from FastCompany about Hack and its motivation

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Link: http://hhvm.com/blog/4811/hack-community-roundup

Community News:
php|tek 2012 Wraps Up
May 25, 2012 @ 16:26:22

This year's php|tek 2012 conference has just wrapped up - some great sessions were presented, contributions were made at the hackathon and patches gathered by all.

If you attended this year's event, please be sure to give the speakers some feedback (on Joind.in) and, if you weren't able to, check out the "Slides" section for the presentations.

Topics at this year's event included:

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Sven Eisenschmidt's Blog:
Symfony2 Tips
February 17, 2011 @ 12:07:15

Sven Eisenschmidt has put together a site that want to help beginners with the Symfony2 framework get up to speed quickly with some handy tips and tricks they can use in their development.

Some of the tips listed so far include:

Check out the full blog for more tips and links to presentations.

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Chris Shiflett's Blog:
ApacheCon Early Bird Ends Soon
May 31, 2006 @ 11:53:45

Chris Shiflett has a reminder for anyone planning to attend that the Early Bird registration for the ApacheCon Europe is coming up quickly.

This year's event will include several speakers on PHP-related topics, including Theo Schlossnagle on "Advanced Production Troubleshooting Techniques" and Chris Shiflett covering his usual - "Essential PHP Security".

The conference is June 26th through 30th in Dublin, Ireland and prices start (including the Early Bird while it lasts) start at around 570 Euro for full conference access. Check out complete prices here.

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Andrei Zmievski's Blog:
Notes from php|tek 2006
May 01, 2006 @ 06:36:34

Andrei Zmievski has posted this new blog item today with links to his talks from the (just passed) php|Teck conference.

I was in Orlando this past week at the php|tek conference, put on by php|architect. I gave two presentations there: PHP 6 and Unicode and Regex Clinic. The slides for both of them are available on my Talks page.

He also mentions a great "impromptu event" the Thursday night of the conference - a dinner that ended with a speed beed drinking contest. And yes, ther's documented proof - check out these movies of it over on Sare Goleman's blog.

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