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ZendCon 2010 Wrap up

Last week Santa Clara was buzzing PHP at ZendCon 2010, the PHP conference of the year where vendors and developers unite to talk about, learn and see new innovations and best practices in the world of PHP.

I was invited by Zend to present 3 talks: "Unit Testing after Zend Framework 1.8" (, "Why Zend Framework powers the enterprise" ( and "Improving QA on PHP development projects" (
From the reactions I received on, I'm glad I faced the audience and shared my knowledge. My goal was reached as I merely got the audience interested in the subjects I presented.

At the end of the conference I was also invited by Cal Evans to sit in the closing keynote panel to discuss "The ROI of community involvement" ( alongside community icons like Ben Ramsey, Keith Casey, Matthew Weier O'Phinney and Josh Holmes.
As it's hard for me to stop talking about commun…