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Blogged in The Woodwork: Sinking a Fleet of Fail (PHP and Enterprise Scalability Part 3/5).

 

Conclusion: Enterprise web development is built on SciFi platitudes.

 

Image built using ComicLife from this photo and image from this website.

Here are some of the Women of PHP, and their Booth Babe, Cal Evans,

There are rumours, that more pictures will be released...

I thought the box was a bit big to be my CD arriving from play.com. I can haz elePHPant thanks to the lovely PHP Women and Cal Evans.

I can haz elePHPant thanks to the lovely PHP Women and Cal Evans.

One of the pictures that I took of the PHP Women at php|tek in Chicago. There are several other pictures, and something more will come from this. Stay tuned.

I can haz elePHPant thanks to the lovely PHP Women and Cal Evans. (Grr! Blurry, I know.)

Cal Evans graciously agreed to be a PHPWomen.org booth babe to promote our cause. Thanks Cal!

Blogged in The Woodwork: Filter Input-Escape Output: Security Principle and Practice (the post will be unlocked when it appears on the PHP Advent Calendar.

 

Who is this guy? (modified)

Night of Spontaneous Drinking

House of Shields, South of Market, San Francisco, California

 

Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX07

Kubota Image Tools (portrait, bw edgy) Aperture (crop, exposure, levels, highlightsshadows, white balance, sharpen)

1/30sec, iso 100, 4.6mm

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I’m trying to make strange faces whenever my photo is taken and I’m running out of ideas. This is my I'm-ugly-and-this-drink-tastes-sour face.

 

I do heart PHPWomen and you should too. :-)

 

The original photo is from magerleagues and did some minor editing (remove flash burn, black and white, crop and contrast).

A short time ago the NRM had the Great Gathering and had six of Sir Nigel Gresley's A4 locomotives (including Mallard, which still has the steam locomotive speed record) all in one place. Two have now left but four still remain.

A short time ago the NRM had the Great Gathering and had six of Sir Nigel Gresley's A4 locomotives (including Mallard, which still has the steam locomotive speed record) all in one place. Two have now left but four still remain.

Dave the codemonkey modelling one of the phpwomen t-shirts and an elePHPant with its own custom made t-shirt

 

(sized for blog entry)

This one is owned by @BinaryKitten and sadly misses her phpwomen cousin - lost but not forgotten. If anyone knows of the whereabouts of the phpwomen elephpant, please please let us know.

The representative of PHPWomen was now the lucky winner of our ZendCon ticket raffle.

A short time ago the NRM had the Great Gathering and had six of Sir Nigel Gresley's A4 locomotives (including Mallard, which still has the steam locomotive speed record) all in one place. Two have now left but four still remain.

Ilja, Juliette, Marion and Lorna

A short time ago the NRM had the Great Gathering and had six of Sir Nigel Gresley's A4 locomotives (including Mallard, which still has the steam locomotive speed record) all in one place. Two have now left but four still remain.

The phpwomen site now does merchandise - woo :)

This was right at the end of the day but there was a good crowd right through

A short time ago the NRM had the Great Gathering and had six of Sir Nigel Gresley's A4 locomotives (including Mallard, which still has the steam locomotive speed record) all in one place. Two have now left but four still remain.

We were discussing whiteboards on the #phpwomen IRC channel and Google turned up this stuff. It's Magic Whiteboard, which is statically-charged sheets of white plastic that sticks to any flat surface. You can write on it with board pens, although it apparently only lasts for a few writes - not sure what happens to it after that.

 

I've been wanting a whiteboard for brainstorming for ages, but getting a normal board seemed expensive and I didn't want to go drilling holes into the walls for it. So I bought some this week and am trying it out. I'm yet to give it a proper trial, but it's all good so far. As an added bonus, paper sticks to it as well, which makes it great for clearing bits of paper off of my desk. It seems quite environmentally friendly too.

 

If nothing else, it beats having to look at my wall paper.

 

Hmm, now I just need to buy some board pens!

Elizabeother Smith listens attentivly as Sara regails the crowd with stories of how she got into PHP. Keep an eye out on phpwomen.org. If we are lucky, Elizabeth will write us an article about Sara.

It was the 5th anniversay of the creation of PHPWomen on the weekend of the PHPNW11 conference, held in Manchester

We were discussing whiteboards on the #phpwomen IRC channel and Google turned up this stuff. It's Magic Whiteboard, which is statically-charged sheets of white plastic that sticks to any flat surface. You can write on it with board pens, although it apparently only lasts for a few writes - not sure what happens to it after that.

 

I've been wanting a whiteboard for brainstorming for ages, but getting a normal board seemed expensive and I didn't want to go drilling holes into the walls for it. So I bought some this week and am trying it out. I'm yet to give it a proper trial, but it's all good so far. As an added bonus, paper sticks to it as well, which makes it great for clearing bits of paper off of my desk. It seems quite environmentally friendly too.

 

If nothing else, it beats having to look at my wall paper.

 

Hmm, now I just need to buy some board pens!

My PHPWomen calendar for 2010 has arrived. Why don't you get one for yourself? www.phpwomen.org/wordpress/2009/12/01/phpwomen-calendar-2...

We were discussing whiteboards on the #phpwomen IRC channel and Google turned up this stuff. It's Magic Whiteboard, which is statically-charged sheets of white plastic that sticks to any flat surface. You can write on it with board pens, although it apparently only lasts for a few writes - not sure what happens to it after that.

 

I've been wanting a whiteboard for brainstorming for ages, but getting a normal board seemed expensive and I didn't want to go drilling holes into the walls for it. So I bought some this week and am trying it out. I'm yet to give it a proper trial, but it's all good so far. As an added bonus, paper sticks to it as well, which makes it great for clearing bits of paper off of my desk. It seems quite environmentally friendly too.

 

If nothing else, it beats having to look at my wall paper.

 

Hmm, now I just need to buy some board pens!

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