“That’s not bad. You can always get new teeth.” Teemu Selanne, after losing three in the game against the US.
Do not listen to James Blunt first thing in the morning or before going to the gym. Or doing anything productive for that matter.
The official announcement for NYPHPCon went out yesterday. The three day event in Manhattan has already picked up platinum plus sponsorship with keynotes from IBM and Oracle. The call for papers opens soon.
The initial schedule shows the topics and specific talks for each of the “.org” (technical) and “.com” (business) tracks.
I hate those “Got milk?” ads with the white slime pasted on various celebrity upper lips. Ug.
IBM announced two more tools designed to pick up developer mindshare this week. First was the announcement about DB2 Express-C, a free, community supported version of the core DB2 product. Next up was this morning’s announcement about Open Ajax, a tool to be built for Eclipse to support rich application development.