I just added a blog post on the Sugar Developer Blog about Sessions and IE, detailing one quirky idiosyncrasy with how Internet Explorer won’t save sessions if the server name isn’t of the proper form. An issue for ages, but one worth bringing up in case you haven’t had to spend an entire day trying to figure it out :-).
As I get ready to head to OSCON tomorrow, I almost forgot about to post about LinuxTag 2010 last month which I gave my “SugarCRM - Your next business application framework” talk. I posted a wrap-up piece over on the Sugar Developer Blog about the event, talking about my talk as well as the keynote given by SugarCRM CEO Larry Augustin. It was a great trip, I was able to visit the city and got to meetup with several SugarCRM partners, as well as fellow PHPer Pierre Joye. Thanks to the LinuxTag crew for the invite and for putting on a terrific show.
I am thrilled to announce that I’ll be speaking at OSCON this year, debuting a new and exciting talk “Developing Easily Deployable PHP Applications”. Read more about it on my announcement on the Sugar Developer Blog.
Thanks everyone for the greate turnout and feedback for this talk. I’ve upload my slides from this talk online, check them out here: SugarCON 2010 - Best Practices for Creating Custom Apps in Sugar.