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29 Sep, 2008

Transparencias de la ZendCon 08 disponibles

Escrito por Inwe en: Php| Programación

Como cada año, se ha celebrado la ZendCon, donde se han celebrado múltiples conferencias sobre PHP (Zend Framework, Zend Studio, etc…) y tecnologías asociadas a él. Por suerte Zend ha puesto a disposición las transparencias (casi 50) de las distintas conferencias que se celebraron la semana pasada en la ZendCon, muchas de las cuales son realmente interesantes.

Conferenciante Nombre de la conferencia


Jay Pipes Join-fu: The Art of SQL Tuning for MySQL
Tom Hanrahan Microsoft’s PHP Community Involvement
Derick Rethans Of Haystacks and Needles
Brett Harris Facebook Development with Zend Framework
Erwin Earley DB2 Storage Engine for MySQL and Open Source Applications Session
David Sklar Static and Dynamic Analysis at Ning
Wade Arnold Leverage ZEND Framework for your next Flex RIA
Kevin Schroeder Tiery Eyed
Matthew Weier O’Phinney Getting Started with Zend Framework
Jon Paris Modernizing i5 Applications
Elizabeth M Smith PECL Picks – Extensions to make your life better
Joe Stagner Make’em Talk!
Ben Ramsey Distribution and Publication With Atom Web Services
Shahar Evron Scaling PHP Applications with Zend Platform
Robert van der Linde PHP and the secure application development life-cycle
Eli White The Knight Rider Methodology to Software Development
Wez Furlong PDO: PHP Data Objects
Patrick Botz PHP Security on i5/OS
Paul Reinheimer State & Ajax – How to Maintain Browser and Application State in an Asynchronous World
Brian DeShong Rickroll To Go With PHP, WURFL, and Other Open Source Tools
Guy Gurfinkel Top Zend Studio Secrets
Sara Golemon PHP Extension Writing
Lane Nelson Customer Case Studies – HarrisData and APi Group
Derick Rethans Test Driven Development
Christian Wenz (In)secure Ajax-y Websites with PHP
Eddo Rotman Elegant Ways of Handling PHP Errors and Exceptions
Brandon Savage Managing Permissions for Robust Applications


Roy Rubin Magento eCommerce and the Next Generation of PHP Applications
Elizabeth M Smith Architecting for PHP5 – Why “Runs on PHP5″ is not “Written for PHP5″
Scott Hathaway Creating an Earned Value System for the Department of Defense
Matthew Turland Pick Your Protocol: Creating Web Services with Zend Framework
Stefan Esser Lesser Known Security Problems in PHP Applications
Alex Russell The Power and Beauty of Dojo
Alexander Abramovich PHP clustering solutions: Zend’s View
Rob Richards Digital Identity
Ben Galbraith State of Ajax
Chris Shiflett Security-Centered Design: Don’t Just Plan for Security; Design For It
Marcus Boerger Phar Scape
Eddo Rotman Server-Independent PHP Programming
John Coggeshall Building RIA with ZF and PHP
Matthew Weier O’Phinney Zend_Layout and Zend_Form
Roy Ganor PHP and AJAX Made Easier with Zend
Andrei Zmievski VIM for (PHP) Programmers
Sebastian Bergmann Quickstart to Continious Integration
Eli White High Performance PHP & MySQL scaling techniques
Ivo Jansch PHP in the Enterprise
Garrett Serack PHP on Windows: The Undiscovered Country
Ralph Schindler Zend_Tool: Rapid Application Development with Zend Framework


Laura Thomson Scaling Mozilla’s websites with PHP
Jack Zubarev Make your PHP Application Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) Ready with the Parallels Open Platform
Andrea Guzzon Zero9 – Architecting & Building a Multi-Country Mobile User Community
Edward Finkler Building Desktop RIAs with PHP, HTML and Javascript in AIR
Eric Farrar Taking it all offline with SQL Anywhere
Stefan Priebsch End-to-end web testing with Selenium
Luxi Chidambaran Solving the C20K problem: Raising the bar in PHP Performance and Scalability
Maurice Kherlakian I need more servers! what do I do? (Scaling a php application)
Shawn Lauriat Digging Through the Guts of Enterprise PHP: A Case Study
Chris Jones How Shaklee used PHP & Zend to build a featherlight front-end that just won’t go down

Vía: ZendCon 08 Slides

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