Starting Codeworks 2009

» 28 September 2009 » In PHP, Talks »

It seems that a short time ago, at the php|tek in Chicago, the Code Works conference was just a glimmer in the eye of Marco Tabini and his associates. And today I am in Atlanta, starting off the east coast leg of the conference along with a few of my friends and colleagues. The first part made stops in San Francisco (where I served as a social director since it’s my home town), Los Angeles and Dallas and it sounds like everyone had a great time.

After Atlanta we go onto Miami, which I am only familiar with through Dexter; Washington D.C., where I hope to take in a couple of sights, since I’ve never been; and New York, a city that I always love to visit.

My talks in this conference will cover VIM, regular expressions, and distributed systems with PHP, including memcache, mogilefs, and Gearman. There are many good talks on the schedule, so consider signing up and joining speakers and other attendees for what is bound to be an excellent event.

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8 Comments on "Starting Codeworks 2009"

  1. andrei
    Pablo
    28/09/2009 at 10:35 am Permalink

    Looking forward for CW09 to arrive to Miami. Let me know if I can assist you with anything while you come here.

  2. andrei
    Paul
    30/09/2009 at 7:46 am Permalink

    any chance of the slides on the vim talk being published?

  3. andrei
    Andrei
    01/10/2009 at 9:00 am Permalink

    The VIM talk slides are up on the Talks page now.

  4. andrei
    Peter
    05/11/2009 at 2:37 pm Permalink

    I really enjoyed you vim slides. Thank you for sharing.

    Although I think your piece-wise copying of the line above map could be made simpler.
    imap akywgip

  5. andrei
    Peter
    05/11/2009 at 2:41 pm Permalink

    Silly me and html. Hopefully my code snippet will come through this time.
    imap <C-L> a<esc>kywgi<bs><c-o>p

  6. andrei
    Andrei
    05/11/2009 at 2:43 pm Permalink

    Peter, thanks! I’ll update the slides with your version.

  7. andrei
    Peter
    19/02/2010 at 1:28 pm Permalink

    I have tested the piece-wise copying map on more environments and this version works on everything i have come across (linux console, gvim, macvim):

    imap <C-L> a<esc>kywgi<esc>Pla<bs>

  8. andrei
    Eaton
    14/10/2014 at 9:21 am Permalink

    Sustain the outstanding job !! Lovin’ it!

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