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Keith Casey's Blog:
Developer Smackdown #46 on Community
April 11, 2011 @ 12:14:52

In a new post to his blog Keith Casey links to a Developer Smackdown (episode #46) that he participated in while down at SXSW in Austin.

Last month I attended SXSW for the third time. In addition to having a good time and meeting up with friends & colleagues, I had the chance to be a guest on Developer Smackdown to talk about Community and the similarities and differences between them in the PHP and .Net Communities.

You can listen to the recording here - "Unicorn Rhinos, Mexican Martini's, and 2 My Style Community Tacos" - (note, it's on the long side and unfiltered) where Keith and other community members talked about their respective technologies and communities.

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CodeIgniter Blog:
Calling all CodeIgniter-ers - join us at South By Southwest!
January 29, 2008 @ 11:19:00

If you're a Code Igniter fan and happen to be going to this year's South By Southwest Conference, you'll hvave a chance to meet up with the core development team for the framework for a little social time.

For the upcoming 2008 South by Southwest, EllisLab has several exciting events planned; including an open panel discussion, a brunch event... and heck, let's just cut to it, the Party at the Moonshine Grill! (This WILL be the highlight of the conference for you - promise).

You can get more on the conference from its website and more about the EllisLab group from their homepage.

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