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If you couldn’t make ZendCon this year, click on in and let’s wrap-up what happened on the last day by examining the tweets.
If you are attending ZendCon vicariously through the twitter feed of friends, you probably noticed as I did that Day 1 was dominated by the themes of geek humor and green elePHPants.Reading the tweets from Day 2 however, you will notice that the “conference halo” is over and people are getting down to the real business of learning, networking, and hacking. Here are the main themes I identified.
If you aren’t at ZendCon, you can still keep up with most of what is going on. Click on in, I’ve picked out the best tweets from Day 1 to give you a flavor of the conference.
Did you see Kent Mitchell build a mobile application in 10 minutes? (and we’ are not talking just a front-end app, we mean front-end with a PHP based API for the back end) If not, click on in. I’ll give you the link to the article and even embed the video for you. Spend 10 minutes to see something awesome.
In the opening keynote at ZendCon ’12, Andi Gutmans introduce the new version of Zend’s all-important tool chain and paved the way for PHP developers to move their apps into the cloud and onto mobile devices. Click on in, I don’t have ElePHPants but I do have linky goodness.
To kick of ZendCon ’12, Andi Gutmans will talk about Zend’s new initiatives for the next year. He’s got mobile; he’s got cloud; and he’s got GREEN ELEPHPANTS! Click on in, I’ve got details.
ZendCon is coming, have you got your ticket? Click on inside, I’ll share a couple of reasons why you should attend.
Take a trip down memory lane as you think back to ZendCon’s past. Click on in, we’ve got memories, a chance at swag, and a really bad video.
The Call of Papers for ZendCon 2012 has officially opened and it’s a starter’s pistol heard round the world. Click on in for links that will help you put your best foot forward and give you the best chance of being accepted.