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A talk about how the PHP community can work for you

A talk about how the PHP community can work for you

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  • 1. Community Works Pfcongres 2011, Utrecht (NL)Saturday 17 September 11
  • 2. WelcomeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 3. PHP community is great!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 4. Why great?Saturday 17 September 11
  • 5. PassionSaturday 17 September 11
  • 6. Help othersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 7. Share knowledgeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 8. Challenge our peersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 9. Raise the barSaturday 17 September 11
  • 10. Technical talksSaturday 17 September 11
  • 11. Specific eventsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 12. Elizabeth Naramore Chocolate Chip Cookies and Open-Source CommunitiesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 13. “Passion moves us forward in the face of stagnation” Elizabeth NaramoreSaturday 17 September 11
  • 14. With the right ingredientsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 15. Awesome communities are bornSaturday 17 September 11
  • 16. GitHubSaturday 17 September 11
  • 17. Who knows it?Saturday 17 September 11
  • 18. Social CodingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 19. GIT = version controlSaturday 17 September 11
  • 20. Easy to collaborateSaturday 17 September 11
  • 21. GitHub made it socialSaturday 17 September 11
  • 22. A boost for open source devsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 23. Who likes GitHub?Saturday 17 September 11
  • 24. About two years agoSaturday 17 September 11
  • 25. I heard a lot about GITSaturday 17 September 11
  • 26. But never got time to play with itSaturday 17 September 11
  • 27. At Tek XSaturday 17 September 11
  • 28. I asked Travis Swicegood to teach meSaturday 17 September 11
  • 29. He wrote “the book” Pragmatic Version Control with GitSaturday 17 September 11
  • 30. And so he didSaturday 17 September 11
  • 31. Community Works!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 32. My point hereSaturday 17 September 11
  • 33. Invest in knowledgeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 34. Go to conferencesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 35. Even abroadSaturday 17 September 11
  • 36. You learn so muchSaturday 17 September 11
  • 37. Even worth paying it out your own pocketSaturday 17 September 11
  • 38. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 39. PfcongresSaturday 17 September 11
  • 40. Great speakersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 41. With awesome talksSaturday 17 September 11
  • 42. Started like you!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 43. Listening/learningSaturday 17 September 11
  • 44. Became expertsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 45. Giving presentationsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 46. Now you’re listeningSaturday 17 September 11
  • 47. Maybe you on stage next year!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 48. Community Works!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 49. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 50. TodaySaturday 17 September 11
  • 51. LearnSaturday 17 September 11
  • 52. Best practicesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 53. Cool FeaturesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 54. New toolsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 55. Take notesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 56. Discuss w/ colleaguesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 57. BlogSaturday 17 September 11
  • 58. Extend PHP community!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 59. Talk to the speakersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 60. Start a conversationSaturday 17 September 11
  • 61. Say thank youSaturday 17 September 11
  • 62. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 63. Hallway tracksSaturday 17 September 11
  • 64. "Fuel for solutions, ideas and in the end… results" Cal Evans - Blue ParabolaSaturday 17 September 11
  • 65. And it’s trueSaturday 17 September 11
  • 66. Hallway tracks are as important as the talks during a conferenceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 67. Great ideas were born just outside the conference roomSaturday 17 September 11
  • 68. Now that you’re hereSaturday 17 September 11
  • 69. Try it out for yourselfSaturday 17 September 11
  • 70. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 71. You can make a difference!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 72. joind.inSaturday 17 September 11
  • 73. Feedback & ratingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 74. SpeakersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 75. Conference organizersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 76. Improve as speakerSaturday 17 September 11
  • 77. But there is more…Saturday 17 September 11
  • 78. Not just for conferencesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 79. User group meetingsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 80. Speakers thereSaturday 17 September 11
  • 81. Learn to improveSaturday 17 September 11
  • 82. But also…Saturday 17 September 11
  • 83. Use as a referenceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 84. For conferencesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 85. And public speechesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 86. It’s open-source!!!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 87. Help to make it betterSaturday 17 September 11
  • 88. Fix bugsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 89. TranslateSaturday 17 September 11
  • 90. Write documentationSaturday 17 September 11
  • 91. Promote itSaturday 17 September 11
  • 92. Use itSaturday 17 September 11
  • 93. Community Works!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 94. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 95. “Open-Source is a lifestyle” Michelangelo van DamSaturday 17 September 11
  • 96. A state of mindSaturday 17 September 11
  • 97. ContributeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 98. Give backSaturday 17 September 11
  • 99. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 100. When fixing bugsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 101. On an open-source projectSaturday 17 September 11
  • 102. Send that fix back!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 103. Double win!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 104. No need to patch after each updateSaturday 17 September 11
  • 105. Solve the bug for all users of that projectSaturday 17 September 11
  • 106. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 107. Why bother?Saturday 17 September 11
  • 108. It feels great to help!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 109. Or provide feedbackSaturday 17 September 11
  • 110. Everyone is welcomeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 111. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 112. When looking for a new jobSaturday 17 September 11
  • 113. Contributions as referenceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 114. Lorna Jane Mitchel Open-Source your careerSaturday 17 September 11
  • 115. “Open-source is the best career move I’ve made” Lorna Jane MitchelSaturday 17 September 11
  • 116. Advantages for job marketSaturday 17 September 11
  • 117. Work independentSaturday 17 September 11
  • 118. Work remoteSaturday 17 September 11
  • 119. Work in teamsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 120. Know version controlSaturday 17 September 11
  • 121. DrivenSaturday 17 September 11
  • 122. Want best resultsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 123. What more could one wish for?Saturday 17 September 11
  • 124. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 125. WARNINGSaturday 17 September 11
  • 126. Open-source is not a one-time thingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 127. Earn your seat at the tableSaturday 17 September 11
  • 128. And be committedSaturday 17 September 11
  • 129. In the long runSaturday 17 September 11
  • 130. You’ll be rewardedSaturday 17 September 11
  • 131. Reach “Karma”Saturday 17 September 11
  • 132. Elizabeth Marie SmithSaturday 17 September 11
  • 133. PHP on WindowsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 134. Send patches to PHPSaturday 17 September 11
  • 135. Lots of themSaturday 17 September 11
  • 136. One day at a conferenceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 137. Met Wez FurlongSaturday 17 September 11
  • 138. And gave him some more patchesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 139. Wez gave her “Karma”Saturday 17 September 11
  • 140. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 141. Getting things doneSaturday 17 September 11
  • 142. Get in touchSaturday 17 September 11
  • 143. With project leadsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 144. Have a back channelSaturday 17 September 11
  • 145. Best support ever!!!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 146. Michiel Rook Phing project LeadSaturday 17 September 11
  • 147. Came to a PHPBenelux meetingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 148. With talks about PhingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 149. Was surprised Phing was used that muchSaturday 17 September 11
  • 150. Feedback is importantSaturday 17 September 11
  • 151. It’s easy to bashSaturday 17 September 11
  • 152. Hard to say “Job well done!”Saturday 17 September 11
  • 153. the latter is really appreciatedSaturday 17 September 11
  • 154. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 155. Being active in the PHP communitySaturday 17 September 11
  • 156. Opens doorsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 157. To big companiesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 158. Direct contact insideSaturday 17 September 11
  • 159. Valuable connectionsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 160. For community lifeSaturday 17 September 11
  • 161. And professional life!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 162. The PHP communitySaturday 17 September 11
  • 163. is a familySaturday 17 September 11
  • 164. That takes care of each otherSaturday 17 September 11
  • 165. For supportSaturday 17 September 11
  • 166. AdviceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 167. Or a new jobSaturday 17 September 11
  • 168. "Ive never seen a community so friendly and helpful as the PHP community" Lonnie Brown - Jacob GroupSaturday 17 September 11
  • 169. Lonnie is a recruiterSaturday 17 September 11
  • 170. But different…Saturday 17 September 11
  • 171. With a heart for his candidatesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 172. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 173. Tech communitiesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 174. Are magnets for recruitersSaturday 17 September 11
  • 175. They always have jobsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 176. Which we can forwardSaturday 17 September 11
  • 177. To members that are looking for a new jobSaturday 17 September 11
  • 178. BenefitSaturday 17 September 11
  • 179. We know who’s hiringSaturday 17 September 11
  • 180. Who’s lookingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 181. Saturday 17 September 11
  • 182. Non-technicalSaturday 17 September 11
  • 183. A way to help outSaturday 17 September 11
  • 184. Offer a venue for user group meetingsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 185. Sponsor drinks or food during a meetingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 186. Host a special event Bug hunt days - PHP Test Fest - HackathonsSaturday 17 September 11
  • 187. Sponsor open-source projects Financial, Infrastructure or ResourcesSaturday 17 September 11
  • 188. Combell & joind.inSaturday 17 September 11
  • 189. Combell = HostingSaturday 17 September 11
  • 190. joind.in = open-sourceSaturday 17 September 11
  • 191. Hosting for publicitySaturday 17 September 11
  • 192. Community Works!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 193. The door is openSaturday 17 September 11
  • 194. It’s up to youSaturday 17 September 11
  • 195. Walk thru itSaturday 17 September 11
  • 196. RememberSaturday 17 September 11
  • 197. Community Works!Saturday 17 September 11
  • 198. Thank youSaturday 17 September 11
  • 199. http://joind.in/3652Saturday 17 September 11