On Friday afternoon, I had to spend some time with the conference staff to go over various things. In the time I had left, I bounced between Scott's PHP Security talk and George's High Performance PHP talk. Scott's was a little basic for the audience, as he notes on his weblog. George's seemed dead-on. I learned how to do things in PHP that I knew how to do with Perl--benchmarking and profiling. It's good to know that PHP has those bases covered.

I didn't get a chance to visit Shane's SOAP talk. I would have liked to sit in for a few minutes, but I got caught up in George's presentation.

Posted by jzawodn at October 28, 2002 06:42 PM

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