- November 21, 2014
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The PHP Conference is an annual event where he meets a developer community with world-class speakers. This year it was held at the Konex Cultural Center in Buenos Aires, with the notable presence of Fabien Potencier (creator of Symfony), Michael "Monty" Widenius (creator of MySQL) and Brad Fitzpatrick (creator of Memcached), among other geniuses more.
This tremendous event motivated us to organize a trip with almost the entire team of developers Keetup to attend, making those days had an explosive cocktail, filled with learning, laughter, deep conversations and not others less so; added to a beer to finish ending in a great experience for everyone.
For us the adventure began Thursday in the office participating in a FIFA tournament 2014 foosball excellent games while waiting for the shuttle to take us all.
After 7 hours of laughter, anecdotes and the occasional snore trying to add energy to what we expected, through the challenge of a comprehensive fog and chest out against the morning traffic of General Paz, could check in and be ready for the first talks the first day. Much to both adrenaline level in the various lectures scheduled.
The second day continued with rather high expectations, being the lectures as excellent as the previous day. The day was gray note that, due to logistical issues, the event had to leave just before the awards are circumventing. We take the journey back to share our experiences and impressions about what lived in those days.
In conclusion, all agreed it was the best experience of sharing the group event, exceeding the conference and learning. Sharing these experiences unite us as a team; and that's invaluable.
In 2015 the team will SAY YES AGAIN!