The Northeast PHP Conference 2014 in Cambridge, Massachusetts is just over two weeks away (Saturday, September 6th and Sunday, September 7th). We’ve got a great lineup of talks this year including talks on coding standards, content strategy, unit testing, PHP 5.6 (and beyond), leadership and teamwork, object-oriented programming, profiling (Xdebug and Cachegrind), Internet of Things, code quality, continuous integration, web security, Composer dependency management, Hip Hop Virtual Machine (HHVM), responsive emails, REST APIs, automated web testing (Jenkins and Selenium RC), API first development, and much more. We also have two awesome keynote speakers. Steve Krug, author of “Don’t Make Me Think” and “Rocket Surgery Made Easy”, will be giving the opening keynote. Frances Berriman of Code for America and former front-end development lead for GOV.UK will be delivering the closing keynote.