Thank you for listening to Run Geek Radio with host Adam Culp. He's a programmer who loves running, or is he a runner who loves programming? You decide. For more information see his technology blog at geekyboy.com, and for running content find him at crazyfloridian.com. Or for links and details about this podcast see rungeekradio.com.
United States
12 episodes
since Apr, 2015


Adam Culp shares his latest schedule for speaking and a recent experience where he found he was not able to prepare a workshop fully prior to an event. Then highlights some tips and hints on how to prepare ahead of time for a conference talk to ensure everything goes smoothly. Including posting code, slides, and a place attendees can provide feedback. Related Links: php[architect] 25% off discount – http://phpa.me/rungeekradio PNWPHP Conference – https://pnwphp2016.dryfta.com/en/ Zend Expressive Workshop setup – https://gist.github.com/adamculp/8b895f964521c937a7d4a550f943ff6a Frankfurt UG – http://www.phpugffm.de/veranstaltungen-2/phpugffm-iv-2016/ Bulgaria PHP Conference – http://www.bgphp.org/ ZendCon Conference – http://zendcon.com Confoo Vancouver – https://confoo.ca/en/yvr2016 Joind.In – https://joind.in/ Slideshare – http://www.slideshare.net/ Matthew Weier O’Phinney – https://twitter.com/mwop Michelangelo van Dam – https://twitter.com/DragonBe The post Episode 012 – Conference talk and tutorial tips appeared first on Run Geek Radio with Adam Culp.
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