Monthly Archives: April 2011

Speaking at OSCON 2011

I’ll be speaking at this year’s O’Reilly Open Source Convention (OSCON). O’Reilly has introduced a new conference to be co-located with OSCON called OSCON Data which will “focus on the practical nuts and bolts of dealing with data.” I’ll be giving a three hour tutorial at OSCON Data on Learning CouchDB and a forty minute […]

Vermont Startup Looking for PHP Developer

A new startup called Kohort is looking to add a PHP developer to their team here in Burlington, Vermont. The job description is as follows: We’re a new startup with some venture backing. We’re looking to add an experienced developer to help us out for the next five weeks (and possibly more). Qualifications are: experienced […]

Brown Bag Lunches

Working at a small company (Found Line), there aren’t as many opportunities to talk with and learn from a diverse set of co-workers as there might be at a larger organization. This is part of the reason why I organize our local PHP Users Group and am involved with other community events (VAGUE, Vermont Code […]