Category: conference

Day Camp 4 Developers: PHP Application Security

Application security is on everybody’s mind these days. Every day we hear of another site hacked or another data breach. Does your team do everything it can to keep your site secure and your data safe? Day Camp 4 Developers is a semi-regular online meetup of developers who want to teach people things that don’...

Can 9-to-5 Developers Be Good Developers?

While picking talks for the conference he’s organizing, James Titcumb recently tweeted that well known speakers get picked over others because, among other things, they’re reliable (i.e. they don’t cancel). I would argue that “among other things” carries more weight – I believe that...

Covering Laracon: Are Online Conferences Introvert Heaven?

I’ve been to my fair share of conferences, and one thing that always happens is there’s a clique of us relatively talkative types (I suppose as speakers, we tend to feel empowered), and a whole lot, and I mean a whole lot of very quiet and reserved fellows, looking like Ed Sheeran queueing up to meet Ed She...

An Event Apart Discount Code

I’ll be at all the 2017 An Event Apart shows. Coupon code AEACOY will get you $100 off any of them. Direct Link to Article — Permalink An Event Apart Discount Code is a post from CSS-Tricks ...

Notes from CSS Dev Conf 2016

I’ve attended every single CSS Dev Conf, five years running now. I’ve always particularly enjoyed conferences that have a somewhat narrow focus. Since this conference is, no surprise, largely focused on CSS, I think it serves as an interesting state of the union of CSS style conference every year, for me at...

A Review of Bulgaria PHP – Game On!

BulgariaPHP is a PHP conference consisting of one workshop day, and two talk days with two tracks each. Just like last year, this year’s conference happened in the SEC (Sofia Event Center) in Sofia, Bulgaria, on the top floor of the Paradise Mall. Unlike last year, however, this year’s edition had a theme. ...

Web Summer Camp – the One Conference You Really Shouldn’t Miss

Every year, Netgen organizes a summer camp on the beautiful Croatian coast. The scope of this camp has evolved from being eZ Publish-only, to being Symfony/PHP + eZ Publish (and calling itself PHPSummerCamp), and finally to being Symfony + PHP + eZ + Design this year, under the name “Web Summer Camp”. Taki...

Sourcehunt: Conferences, Oauth2 in Slim, Static Analyzers, Etc.

Hello there, hunters! Before getting into this month’s links you should star and / or contribute to, I’d like to briefly give a shoutout to two conferences I attended and participated in this month: OSCAL and PhpKonf. Skip this section if you’re just interested in this month’s link list. Confer...

A Guide to 2016 Front End Conferences

It’s difficult to keep track of all of the great talks and conferences happening in our industry. Sometimes you may find out too late that an event is taking place, and it’s a real shame when it’s an something you might have attended. We’ve compiled this list so you can see what’s happenin...

Functional Prog, Distributed DBs, JSON-Patch and More!

This article is a review of the WebCampZG conference. All images are taken from WebCampZg’s official and Facebook page. This weekend, Chris Ward (the mobile channel editor at SitePoint) and me attended Webcamp ZG, the annual international web-oriented conference in Zagreb, Croatia. The conference is a two day event,...