March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

myphp-busters: Zend Framework

Zend Framework is by far the most popular framework for PHP currently
in existence. There are, however, still many myths and biases about
the framework. Is Zend Framework really only a marketing tool? Does it
have too much overhead? Is it really that hard to contribute to Zend
Framework? These and many more questions will be answered by the two
PHP myphp-busters.

[note for organizers: This is a joint talk with Michelangelo van Dam, who also submitted some other proposals]

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Felix De Vliegher


Felix De Vliegher is a software engineer and professional services consultant at Ibuildings, an international PHP services company. Starting with PHP programming about 7 years ago, he quickly got interested in everything related to PHP architecture, testing, project automation and advocating PHP wherever he goes. As a part of this, Felix is an active board member for PHPBenelux, the Benelux PHP usergroup.

Current interests are continuous integration and systems integration with PHP. When not playing with PHP, he likes a good movie or exploring a forest in the area.

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Stefan Koopmanschap


Between having a family life, doing a weekly radio show and attending conferences and usergroup meetings, Stefan tries running a company called Ingewikkeld and organizing WeCamp. Having worked with PHP and several of its open source products since the late 90s, he still likes it for getting the job done.

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