Personal productivity for developers

A session at PHP Conference Argentina

Saturday 5th October, 2013

9:15am to 10:15am (CMT)

Getting in the zone is harder to do these days with the infinite sources of distractions that are readily available.

In this talk, I’ll give you a framework, tools and actionable tips to help you become more efficient, both in work and play. I will draw on my experiences as a family man, college student, developer, business owner, employee and manager using techniques I’ve learned reading countless books and articles in the area of “Productivity” and “Self Improvement”.

The end goal is for you to have the focused time needed to do the things that you are passionate about, whether that be writing awesome software or spending more time with friends and family.

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Elmer Thomas

Hacker in Residence at SendGrid

Elmer co-founded several companies (AboveTheLimit.com, ThemBid.com, among others), and later moved to a Product Development role. Currently Elmer is the Developer Evangelist at SendGrid, where he works with developers to further simplify the process of integrating with the APIs provided by SendGrid, one of the worldwide leaders for email sending

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Time 9:15am10:15am CMT

Date Sat 5th October 2013

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