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PHP Live! REST Summit charter tickets on sale


by · June 12, 2012


Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a full afternoon of learning (plus offline recordings for later viewing!) for just $20. Get your today! Now that php|tek is over and we’re heading into the summer, it’s our pleasure to announce the first of many new initiatives for the next few months: The php|a Live! Rest Online Summit, […]


Webcast: Phactory


by · March 18, 2011


Chris Kite and Josh Butts join host Keith Casey to discuss Phactory for this episode of the tek11 webcast series.


Webcast: Making PHP faster on IIS


by · May 14, 2010


In this session Mark Brown and Ruslan Yakushev will talk about the work being done at Microsoft to increase the performance of PHP applications on Windows and IIS.


Webcast: Caching for WordPress


by · May 4, 2010


Come listen as Brandon Savage talks about Caching for WordPress.


Meet Ryan Stewart


by · May 3, 2010


Ryan Stewart of Adobe talks with us about who he is and what he does at Adobe.


Meet Josh Holmes


by · April 30, 2010


If you don’t know Josh Holmes, come to TEK·X and meet him. Officially is a UX Architect Evangelist for Microsoft. Unofficially though, he is the Microsoft Ambassador to the PHP community. More than a few community members can credit Josh for helping them with problems or just finding answers and contacts within Microsoft.


OddWeek #7: Talking with a recruiter


by · April 29, 2010


Cal Evans sits down with long-time friend and tech recruiter Scott Gordon to talk about jobs and recruiting.


Webcast: Mongo Scale!


by · April 27, 2010


Kristina Chodorow talks about scaling MongoDB.


Meet Kristina Chodorow


by · April 26, 2010


Kristina Chodorow is the lead developer on the MongoDB project and a member of the php|architect blogger squad. Among other great posts, she wrote this year’s Ada Lovelace Day post for php|architect, “Technically Female“. Kristina will be presenting on MongDB at TEK·X on both the tutorial day and the regular conference. If you are looking […]


Meet Ed Finkler


by · April 23, 2010


This one is a bit longer than the other interviews in this series but if you know Ed, that doesn’t surprise you. Ed has been a player in the PHP community for as long as I’ve known him. First with Inspect and then with the award winning twitter client Spaz. (Which isn’t really PHP but […]