Ed Barnard has been programming computers since keypunches were in common use. He’s been interested in codes and secret writing, not to mention having built a binary adder, since grade school. These days he does PHP and MySQL for InboxDollars.com. He believes software craftsmanship is as much about sharing your experience with others, as it is about gaining the experience yourself. The surest route to thorough knowledge of a subject is to teach it.
CANCELED: Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, this session has been canceled. When you try to do too much during a page load, your site gets slower and slower. Producer/Consumer programming allows us to move some of the work offline, allowing your web server to run that much faster. We scaled our data collection […]
CANCELED: Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, this session has been canceled. The original CRAY-1 Supercomputer was a 5-ton monster with just 8 MB of main memory, yet programming it can be a fun way to explore subtleties of PHP coding. In this talk we’ll indulge in programming “big iron” on “bare metal.” We’ll […]