Tickets for the best PHP-centric personal development conference you can attend are now on sale - https://grumpy-learning.com/grumpyconf2019.php
.@firstname.lastname@example.org is one of those people that if he is at a conference simply reading the phone book to the audience, I'll sit and listen because he WILL find nuggets of value to share with his audience. Follow his blog.
RT @email@example.com This is a blog worth following: https://assertchris.io
Happy to announce the speakers for GrumpyConf2019:
Elizabeth Marie Smith
For those wondering about the event, you can check out the page for the 2018 event at https://grumpy-learning.com/grumpyconf.php
Tickets will be:
* CDN$999 for conf + 3 nights hotel + 2 lunches + 2 dinners
* CDN$475 for conf
I fund this event via ticket sales and out of my own pocket via Grumpy Learning
Slim 3.11.0 is out!
All bug fixes as you'd expect by this point in Slim 3's development cycle as we're a micro framework so not all about adding new features.
Work on Slim 4 is progressing too - I've been working through the issues list so that it reflects that current state of where we're at.
Good stuff done this weekend!
Hey, #Keybase users: If you'd like to see Mastodon support in Keybase (which is just *perfect* in a federated network to verify people) and have a GitHub account: make sure to voice your wish, +1ing this comment on the related issue. That might make it happen!
I’m fairly certain that it’s taking all of @firstname.lastname@example.org’s restraint not to put his finger up his nose for this picture. #sephp18
Long-time PHP developer who has been shouting at people about testing their PHP code since 2003
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