I’ve posted the slides from my ‘Scaling WordPress’ presentation.
I’ve posted the slides and example code from my ‘Site Testing with CasperJS’ presentation at the OpenWest conference.
A PDF of the slides and all of the example code is available at https://github.com/josephscott/casperjs-2013-05.
I’ve posted the slides and example code from my ‘Simple Filesystems with Python and FUSE’ presentation at the OpenWest conference.
A PDF of the slides and all of the example code is available at https://github.com/josephscott/python-fuse-2013-05.
The Utah Open Source Conference is coming up at the end of this week (October 7-9). I’ll be giving an updated version of my Anatomy of a PHP Request presentation on the opening day, this Thursday. The last paragraph sums it up nicely:
By the end of this presentation you’ll be familiar with the series of events involved with every PHP request and the tools to measure and improve the performance of your scripts.
If you are going to be at the conference be sure to drop by and say hi.
I’ll never get used to watching myself on video.
Ever wondered what really happens when your PHP script runs? I’ll cover the major milestones in the life and times of a PHP request (read, parse, compile, execute, output ) and where to look for road bumps along the way. There are lots of tools available to make your PHP purr like a kitten, so I’ll dive into op code caches (with APC), op code dumps (with VLD – Vulcan Logic Dumper), and profiling (with Xdebug and webgrind). It will be a great time digging a little deeper in to PHP!
The meeting is at:
April 15, 2010 @7pm
Bill Good Marketing
12393 Gateway Park Place
Draper, UT 84020