Wow… this time the DCPHP Conference snuck up on me. Luckily, a pair of smarter people than I – Eli White and Chris Shiflett – wrote about it over the weekend and reminded me that I should mention it again too. This year it's 07 – 09 November on the George Washington University campus right here in Washington, DC.
Besides my fabulous talk on "Designing REST Web Services", there is a heavy agenda on performance, security, and rich web interfaces from some tiny companies like Adobe, Facebook, and Digg. Other than supporting sites with millions of hits every day, I'm not sure what they would know about performance or security…
The latest additions to the agenda are Chris Shiflett's opening keynote, Laura Thomson's tutorial, and a tutorial from Nate Abele – core CakePHP developer – on CakePHP.
If you are attending the conference or just want to share it with friends, feel free to add the Facebook Event: DCPHP Conference 2007.
If you are a member of the DCPHP Developers' Group (mailing list here*), the discount is still active at the time of this writing (29 Oct). Use it or lose it!
* Disclaimer: I'm a moderator on the mailing list and organize the DCPHP Beverage Subgroup.