I’m very happy to be speaking at The Online PHP Conference this year. As you can guess from the title, this is an online event so is easily accessible right from your desk.
Sebastian, Arne, and Stefan are acknowledged experts in PHP development and so an opportunity to hear their thoughts is always welcome. In this case, they have also invited a number of us to share our thoughts as well, expanding on the topics covered. It should be a good event and I encourage to buy a ticket and attend.
One area where I’ve found in-person events have the edge on virtual ones is the so-called hallway track where speakers and attendees can interact in ad-hoc conversations. I’ve always had really good conversations where I can ask and answer interesting questions and we learn things in a more informal setting. So, I was excited to discover that thePHPCC have thought about this.
From A Happy New Year 2021:
In addition to presenting much more (and more diverse) content than last time, we have made our already famous Hallway Track even better, allowing for more informal exchange between attendees and speakers. This is definitely something to look forward to. After our first edition of The Online PHP Conference, many attendees said that taking part in the Hallway Track almost felt like attending a conference in person.
thePHP.cc have very kindly made available a couple of tickets to me that I can give to you! All you need to do is email me with your first name and last name. On Monday 11th January, I’ll pick the winners at random. I’ll delete your email afterwards and of course I’ll only email you if you win.
If you don’t win, get your company to buy a ticket anyway!