Az alábbiakban a lezajlott konferencia programja olvasható. A magyar előadásokat, a gyakorlatias bemutatókat, a beszélgetést és az angol előadásokat különböző színekkel jelöltük. A sarkokban található csillagok jelzik azokat az előadásokat és bemutatókat, melyekhez elérhetőek már a fóliák is. A többi programponthoz folyamatosan jelentetjük meg a letölthető prezentációkat, amint megérkeznek hozzánk.
How about some PEAR for you?
Az előadás és Lukas leírása magyarul is olvasható.
PEAR turned five last fall. A lot of code has been written, rewritten and turned upside down during this time. So where has PEAR gotten itself? Coverage in the media and conferences has steadily been growing. Yet large portions of the community still bring up the same arguments against PEAR from years back. The aim of this session is to dispel some of the myths, some of the things we have fixed in recent years but that people still throw around in "PEAR sucks" threads and more importantly introduce some of the cool package PEAR features. From the improved community process and documentation to quality assurance to simply improved code there is a lot of things to cover. So bring along your questions, favourite PEAR myths and project to-do list and we can see how PEAR can help you in your day to day programming workload.
Lukas Smith is a well known contributor to the PEAR project. Among other things he is known for the MDB and MDB2 database abstraction layers and his work on the LiveUser authentication and permission package. He is probably less know for his work on various RDF packages for PEAR. He is also an active contributor to the organization of the project itself being one of the founding members of the PEAR group. He earns his living as one of the co-owners of BackendMedia where he is the chief software architect. BackendMedia specializes in network related services like intranet applicatons based on PHP.