Tag Archives: Web Development

Northeast PHP Tickets

Tickets for the Northeast PHP Conference will be going on sale this Thursday, June 28th at a cost of $99 per person. The conference will be taking place on Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th at Microsoft’s NERD Center in Cambridge, MA and will feature talks from dozens of speakers across four tracks. This [...]

Sponsor the Boston PHP Northeast Conference

There are several sponsorship opportunities available for the Boston PHP Northeast Conference. Sponsoring this community organized event is a great way for your organization to demonstrate its support for the PHP community. The event will be taking place on on Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th at Microsoft’s NERD Center in Cambridge, MA and [...]

Boston PHP Northeast Conference Call for Papers Closing!

The Boston PHP Northeast Conference’s Call for Papers will be closing on Thursday, April 12th so be sure to get your talk submissions in before then! The conference will be taking place on Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th at Microsoft’s NERD Center in Cambridge, MA and will be focused around four tracks: Core [...]

Boston PHP Northeast Conference

I’m excited to be able to announce that the first ever Boston PHP Northeast Conference will be taking place on Saturday, August 11th and Sunday, August 12th at Microsoft’s NERD Center in Cambridge, MA. This regional event is intended for PHP beginners, enthusiasts, and professionals alike. The current plan is to have four tracks: Core [...]

One Web

Almost two years ago, Luke Wroblewski first described a trend in web development called mobile first. The basic idea was that web applications should be designed for mobile first, as opposed to designed for the desktop first. Luke provided some compelling reasons for this including the explosive growth of mobile adoption, the fact that mobile [...]

ALA 2010 Web Design Survey

Are you a developer or designer who makes websites? A List Apart is conducting their 2010 Web Design Survey. The findings will be published so that anyone can analyze the results (see the findings from the 2009 survey). From the article: It’s a story as old as time itself. In 2007, our conference division, An [...]