Here is the video of Rasmus Lerdorf, the creator of PHP discussing certain performance-related topics with a focus on Drupal. This speech took place on Wednesday, August 25th at DrupalCon Copenhagen.
DrupalCon Copenhagen is the 2nd successive DrupalCon this year following San Francisco, spreading across 5 days (August 23rd – 27th) the conference exhibited great sessions, training and keynote speeches from Dries Buytaert (Drupal), Rasmus Lerdorf (PHP) and Jeremy Keith (HTML5).
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What is DrupalCon?
Twice a year, Drupal holds a conference at different cities around the world which acts as an opportunity to learn about, discuss and contribute to Drupal. Fitting in with the whole Drupal ‘open source’ ethos, the conferences offer community leaders, top developers, module maintainers and members of the Drupal Association to ability to meet and discuss Drupal.
Previous DrupalCons have been held at cities such as Paris (2009), Boston (2008) and Brussels (2006) and have increased in popularity from 300 to 3000 people attending from around the world. This year we have already seen DrupalCon Copenhagen and San Francisco.
Where DrupalCon 2011 will be hosted in is still in discussion, there is even a possibility that it might come to London – fingers crossed!
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BrightLemon has attended and sponsored DrupalCon Paris 2009 and DrupalCon San Francisco 2010: