I’ve been neglecting for far too long to post these slides, and I’ve been reminded several times by conference attendees that I need to post them. Thank you for the reminders, and I apologize that it has taken me this long to post these. Links to the slides are below…
I once again found myself in Germany – Ludwigsburg, specifically – for the International PHP Conference, Spring Edition. This location was much better than the hotel/conference location in Frankfurt because it was right in the town of Ludwigsburg. This made it easy to walk around, sight-see, and find things to do outside of the conference.
This time around, I gave two talks: Designing RESTful Web Applications and Give Your Site A Boost With memcached. Overall, I was very proud of these talks, especially the one on REST. The REST talk has been growing and changing over the last few times I’ve given it, and, now, I think it’s maturing into an excellent discussion of REST theory coupled with practical tips on designing a RESTful application. Perhaps I’ll spend some more time talking about REST on this blog in the coming weeks and months.
For now, enjoy the slides: