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geoff (2013)

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Journal of geoff (2013)

Friday September 03, 2004
12:52 PM

ApacheCon 2004

[ #20717 ]

Thank you for your recent session proposals for ApacheCon US 2004.

The following sessions have been accepted and scheduled.

  (1003) 'Test-Driven Apache Module Development'
  (1059) 'mod_perl 2.0 at Warp Speed'
  (1071) 'Testing PHP with Perl: Two Great Tastes that Taste Great Together'

Test-Driven Apache Module Development, while a pretty boring title, should be very interesting for anyone who does heavy mod_perl or Apache C module development. it's a three-hour, in-depth tutorial all about using the integrated features of the Apache-Test framework to help test your Apache-based applications. in other words, the really cool stuff that I use every day that I really can't get to in a 45 minute introductory session. ok, I know it still sounds boring, but you'll love it, I promise - I'm rarely as boring as I make things sound.

mod_perl 2.0 at Warp Speed will be me racing through all the new and interesting features in mod_perl 2.0. at least that's the plan...

Testing PHP with Perl is a session that Chris Shiflett and I are co-presenting - the title says it all. if you can't make it to ApacheCon, Chris and I are giving a pre-conference runthrough at New York PHP on October 26.

hope to see you there.

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