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Speaking at gnuNify 2010

February 14th, 2010 2 comments

19 & 20 Feb, 2010

I will be speaking at gnuNify 2010, which is an annual gathering of techies in Pune. This will be my second conference in as many months in Pune. The first one was PHPCamp.

I had submitted two CFPs this time and both of them got selected. Both the topics are related to my core field of work, PHP. Following is the brief description of what I will be speaking on –

Writing Secure applications in PHP

This is an effort to make PHP developers aware of some common security issues in web applications and ways to avoid those issues by writing secure code.

Scheduled on: 20 Feb. 2010, 10 am – 11 am, Room: 707

Profiling PHP apps with XHProf

Here I will talking about a profiling tool for PHP applications, XHProf.  It will cover installation, usage, viewing and understanding reports, etc.

Scheduled on: 20 Feb. 2010, 3 pm – 4 pm, Room 406

There will be lot of other interesting talks/workshops. Here is the complete list of sessions you can expect in gnuNify 2010. Visit their site to register yourself as a delegate to attend these sessions.

In case if you have not heard of gnuNify before, gnuNify is –

organized by the students of the SICSR in association with the Pune GNU/Linux Users Group (PLUG) to provide a platform for exchange of ideas and knowledge among the industry professionals, students and academia.