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php[tek] 2015 speakers

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Adam Harvey

Western Australian living in Vancouver, working on New Relic's PHP agent by day and PHP itself by night.

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Ben Ramsey

Web craftsman, author, & speaker.

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Bradley Holt

CouchDB • PouchDB • Offline First • PHP • Node.js • Domain-Driven Design | author and speaker | Developer Advocate with IBM | opinions and views are my own

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Jen Kramer

Author of O'Reilly videos, previously lynda.com. Lecturer at Harvard Univ Extension School and staff author at O'Reilly Media.

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Jessica Rose

Community Geek

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Jordi Boggiano

Co-Founder of @packagist – Dev at @TeamupCalendar – #ComposerPHP lead – Wandering Belgian – OSS Wishlist: http://seld.be/wishlist bio from Twitter

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Matthew Turland

Parent. Egalitarian. Geek. Tenor. Author. Speaker. Open Sourcerer. Full Stack Developer at @WhenIWork.

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Michael Heap

Fixer at @DataSift. Writes code (well!) and takes photos (not so well). Sporadic blogger (http://theunixtoolbox.com ). Thoroughly addicted to @leagueoflegends.

Michael's a fixer at @DataSift. He works with various high volume data sources (including the Twitter firehose) in real time. Day to day, you can usually find him working with PHP or Go, with a bit of NodeJS or Python thrown in to keep things interesting.

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Tim Lytle

Bible Believer, Building @beckoncall, @lvtech / @lvtechradio Wrangler, Former DevRel @nexmo / Mercenary via @oDesk, Future Futurist, Occasional Writer & Speaker bio from Twitter

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Wim Godden

Open source Architect, specialized in PHP, Scalability and crazy ideas nobody else thought of ;-)