Webinar – Task-focused programming for PHP developers

by David Shepherd, April 12th, 2010
Mylyn fully supports task-focused programming for a growing number of languages and frameworks such as Java, C/C++, and Spring. Support for PHP development with Mylyn is now available as well. In the upcoming webinar Code at the Speed of Thought with Task-Focused Programming Mik Kersten, creator and lead of the Eclipse Mylyn project, and Roy Ganor, Zend Studios and Eclipse PDT project lead, will team up to demonstrate task-focused programming tools and techniques for PHP developers. php-webinar-announce3

Mik and Roy will demo using the state of the art IDE platform for PHP development: Zend Studio with Tasktop Pro. The webinar will cover the basics of accessing bug and project tracking systems from inside the IDE and focusing the interface on only the PHP code relevant to the current task. While the webinar is aimed at developers who are new to Mylyn, it will also include a taste of more advanced programming productivity features such as task-focused version control and automated time tracking. Learn More

When: April 14, 2010: 9:00 am PDT
Presented by: Mik Kersten, Tasktop and Roy Ganor, Zend
Recording: Online

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About David Shepherd

David Shepherd was a Software Developer and Evangelist at Tasktop between 2008 and 2011. He is currently working at ABB Corporate Research in Raleigh, NC.

3 Responses to “Webinar – Task-focused programming for PHP developers”

  1. Mike Henke Says:

    Will this be recorded and available for people unable to attend? Thanks

  2. David Shepherd Says:

    Mike,
    Yes, this webinar will be recorded and available after it is complete. Most Zend webinars are accessible on the Zend Webinars page. We’ll post a link directly to “Task-focused programming for PHP developers” as soon as it is available.

  3. David Shepherd Says:

    Zend has just posted this webinar. For those of you that missed it the webinar “Code at the Speed of Thought” is availabe on the Zend Webinars page or directly.

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