> Dave, I already did and a lot of it is to do with high brow
> lectures and stuff from what I can see. What I was looking
> for was feedback to see is it as bad as it looks. I just
> might go up for the exhibitions and stuff and see how I like
> it from there.
>Dave is far more qualified to answer than me, since he was in London for
ApacheCon Europe last year (and proceeded to gloat about it heavily on his
return), but I do know that it isn't half as high-brow as it looks. Sure,
there are lectures that discuss the internals of Apache, PHP, MySQL, etc,
but there are also plenty of lectures on other aspects. It's really quite an
obtuse conference, with aspects catering to developers, web developers and
even the bean counters. Most importantly, the developers are all very
easygoing, and easy to talk to if my short but helpful conversations with
them via email are anything to go by.
I'll be registering for an early-bird ticket just as soon as I can.
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