Conference roundup: PHPNW 2014

James Cowie
14 Oct
Oct 14, 2014

Now into its seventh year, the PHP North West Conference lived up to all expectations. As my colleagues and I congregated in the Manchester office throughout the day, you could tell that this year was going to be no different.
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RESTFest 2014 and Women in Tech

Ben Longden
06 Oct
Oct 6, 2014

Once again I had the absolute pleasure of attending RESTFest over in Greenville, SC between the 25th and 27th September this year. I was going to write a blog post about the brilliant hypermedia content that was brought to the conference by the speakers (and I will), but before I do, I wanted to write about something else.
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Conference report: nodeconf ONE-SHOT London

22 Sep
Sep 22, 2014

It may seem odd on the eve of SymfonyLive London to write about a visit to a JavaScript conference, but I wanted to share a tale about the value of conferences beyond the talks listed on the speaker tracks.
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My top ten favourite PhpSpec limitations

Marcello Duarte
11 Sep
Sep 11, 2014

PhpSpec is enjoying a growth in popularity lately, probably related to the recent release of 2.0. Lots of people have been playing with it and trying to get to grips with what it can do. Naturally they try to do the same things they would with other testing tools. Soon they find out they can’t. “Oh! This PhpSpec has so many limitations… I can’t do this… I can’t do that…”. Ironically, other people make positive comments about the same “limitations”. So I decided to publish a list of my top ten favourite limitations of PhpSpec, and why I love them so much.