• Career

    PHPNW12 – One Conference, so much good stuff

    by  • October 10, 2012 • Conferences, PHP • 2 Comments

    This year I spent more time replying “I don’t know yet” to people who were asking if I was going to PHPNW12 then I did submitting to conferences. I think 75% of all the prominent members of the European Community told me at one point or another that i simply could not miss this...

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    PHP Benelux 2012 – Learning lessons

    by  • January 31, 2012 • Conferences, PHP • 2 Comments

    After hearing about how great PHP Benelux Conferences were I finally made it over to Belgium to check it out, and i was impressed. To catch you up on the new, I moved to Amsterdam last december and thus had the chance of attending the conference which is now 2 hours away on a...

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    Back to the Old Continent

    by  • November 8, 2011 • Career, Pessoal/Off-topic • 5 Comments

    “Your life begins where your comfort zone ends” (@elizabethN’s mother) My time at SWATends just shy of four years, and I can truly say it has been the biggest, most wonderful and most amazing professional experience of my life. I joined swat as a small user group manager and I am leaving as an...

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    php|tek 2011 and what’s trending

    by  • June 1, 2011 • Conferences, PHP • 1 Comment

    Another edition of php|tek has come and gone and this year some very amazing topics came into view. The conference itself was once again a great experience, great people, incredible speakers, lots of activities and incredible hack-a-thons and unconference sessions. Cloud computing is reaching a level of maturity in the technology market as a...

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    The ideas of March

    by  • March 15, 2011 • Career, PHP

    This year my New Year’s resolution was to “write more” just as plain as that, blog more, write articles, maybe even a book can fit in there. Now it seems that resolution is in sync with the rest of the PHP Community and Chris Shifflet has once again caused ripples to roam the community...

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