Struck Out at Php|tek

[ php|tek] is happening in Orlando this year, only a couple hours from [ my home], so I figured I ought to take a swing at presenting at the conference this year. Well, three talks suggested, three talks rejected. [ Phooey!] For those interested, the talks suggested were: 1) What’s new in PHP 5.1 and PostgreSQL -> A introduction to PHP’s PostgreSQL functionality, with a special look at the [ new functionality Chris added] for PHP 5.1, including code samples for each function. 2) Introduction to [ PL/PHP] -> A tour on installation and use of the PL/PHP function language, covering all the major areas like useing php functionality, makeing use of spi, and writing triggers. 3) Better Object/Relational Mapping Through Advanced Database Tricks -> Basically an overview of how to simplify PHP object models through the use of updatable views in postgresql, with real code in PHP showing how it is used. I thought these would be interesting topics, but so much for that. Guess I might as well [!.html keep playing with ruby] instead. [[image /xzilla/templates/default/img/emoticons/smile.png alt=”:-)” style=”display: inline; vertical-align: bottom;” class=”emoticon” /]]