Eli White

Eli has been a PHP coder since the day PHP 4 was released. He's worked for numerous companies in the past, such as Digg.com, Zend Technologies, TripAdvisor, mojoLive, and Goodsie. Though found himself in love with the PHP community so deeply that he ended up here at php[architect], and loves what he does. Conferences, magazine, books, training - Teaching people the love for the language that he himself has.

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Just 3 months until php[world] 2015


by · August 21, 2015


This year’s php[world] conference is shaping up to be one of our biggest and best conference experiences.  With experts from all the various communities within the PHP ecosphere it’s going to be a great time. Make sure that you don’t forget to get your ticket soon!  Being 3 months out it’s the best time to […]


August 2015 Issue of php[architect] : Data Manipulation


by · August 3, 2015


We’ve released our August 2015 edition of php[architect] magazine today and it’s all about Data Manipulation. Today, the containers that can store data for us are more varied and specialized. They include search indexes, NoSQL databases, and traditional relational databases. At its core, our day-to-day work is mostly unchanged: we take data from one system, […]


php[architect] for July 2015 : Road Trip


by · July 1, 2015


If we learned anything from Chevy Chase movies, its that nothing beats a good, old fashioned family road trip for seeing new sights, bonding with those closest to you, and stock piling stories and anecdotes to recount later. Join us this month in the latest edition of php[architect] magazine as we take our own virtual […]


Announcing php[cruise]… (Save the Date)


by · June 30, 2015


Well we’ve already actually announced it at php[tek] 2015, but it’s time to start sharing some information about it. Yes, we are going to revive php[cruise], and once again host a conference-cruise for the PHP community.  This 7 day cruise will take place from July 17-23, 2016 and leave from the port of Baltimore. We […]


Training Day Offerings Published for php[world] 2015


by · June 11, 2015


We’ve just published our offerings for Training Day at our upcoming php[world] 2015 conference this fall. At the moment we are offering five great unique full day training experiences that you can enjoy (and more may be added later!) Currently we are offering: Web Security Training Chris Cornutt PHP in the Cloud Jeremy Lindblom Magento […]


Save the Date: php[world] 2015


by · April 10, 2015


The original PHP conference with dedicated tracks for WordPress, Drupal, Magento, Joomla!, Laravel, Zend Framework, Symfony and CakePHP — returns to the Washington D.C. area this fall. php[world] 2015 – November 16-20  


php[tek] 2015 Tickets are Selling Quickly!


by · March 11, 2015


Make sure that you don’t delay – we are going to have to set a max attendance this year at php[tek] so that we all fit! We’ve announced some amazing keynotes, a schedule full of awesome talks and many more announcements to come.  Check out http://tek.phparch.com/ to read more and pick up your tickets today! […]


php[tek] 2015 Early Bird Ends Soon


by · February 6, 2015


Don’t forget and miss out on up to $200 of savings!  The Early Bird Sale for php[tek] 2015 ends promptly on February 15th! http://tek.phparch.com/pricing-and-registration/    


Web Security : In-Person Training : February 11th


by · January 7, 2015


Are you handling user input correctly, storing passwords securely, and guarding against SQL Injection and other attacks? If you’re not sure, joins us on Wednesday, February 11th, 2015 we are offering a one-day version of our online Web Security training live and in-person in the Washington, D.C. area. If you missed this course on training […]


Announcing php[tek] 2015 and our Call for Papers


by · December 17, 2014


Today we’ve opened up the Call for Papers (as well as registration) for our upcoming conference php[tek] 2015.  This conference will once again take place in Chicago, IL, from the dates of May 18th to May 22nd.  The call for papers is only open until January 19th however.  So don’t delay in submitting those talk […]