February 24-26, 2016
Montreal, Canada

How I Learned to Stop Caring and Made Better Software

Best practices are important, but are they always the best? I've worked on large projects where best practices were crucial. But I then blindly applied those to every project afterwards. In retrospect, that hurt many projects, especially in smaller companies where speed of innovation was crucial and downtime acceptable. Learn from my experience and discover where cutting corners is not only acceptable, but better for the project.

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Eli White

One for All Events

Eli has been building Web Applications for 20 years and fell in love with PHP the day that PHP 4 was released. Since then he's been a strong advocate for PHP and used it in every project he's worked on. He is currently the Vice President of One for All Events LLC, and Conference Chair for php[architect]. He is a strong advocate for "Just getting it done" when it comes to coding, and speaks at numerous conferences each year.

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