A week of IPC 2010
This week the International PHP Conference was held in Mainz, Germany. Bastian and I (Jordi) attended since we were both speaking there.
On Tuesday evening I also held an impromptu session about the Symfony2 framework since Fabien Potencier could not make it to the conference. It was only announced via twitter and attracted a dozen attendees. Considering about 20 guys raised their hands when Zeev Suraski asked who was using twitter during his opening keynote, I guess a dozen is fairly good ;)
As for Bastian he had a talk about jQuery secrets which I couldn't attend since I was doing my Symfony2 one at the same time, but I hear it went well. He was talking about some of his finding while using jQuery and reading the source code. Then yesterday during the workshop day he held a jQuery Jeopardy workshop with Jakob Westhoff. In which each attendee was asked to take her/his party in playing jeopardy. Following Twitter they had as much fun as the speakers had.
We're both back in the office now, still in one piece, and looking forward to the IPC Spring Edition.