Slides (minimal ones, sorry) from my keynote at the Dynamic Languages Conference
Writing for netmag is always fun, and this time was no exception. I often work with teams of various disciplines to identify and implement the right branching strategy for them so it was good to generalise some of those ideas and share. Also: netmag is gorgeous and it's so much fun to be in physical print! I even showed my parents :)
This was edition 267, June 2015.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on this PHP podcast, specifically to talk about PHP 7
Presented at WordCamp London, a chance to showcase some important new features and gotchas for those upgrading to modern versions of PHP.
My first time at SmashingConf and I had a fun time talking to a more frontend, but no less technical, audience than my usual crowd. The slides are a bit sparse as a good proportion of this talk is demo/screencast, but here they are:
I had the pleasure of speaking at PHPUK again this year, this time with a talk on the best bits of the newer versions of PHP and some tips for upgrading. Since the first step to getting ready for PHP 7 is to get up onto PHP 5.5 or 5.6, I think this was a very relevant topic.