Derick Rethans has posted slides from his three talks,
Practical Debugging Techniques, Playing
Safe: PHP and Encryption, and Clustering
MySQL. They are available on his site: http://www.derickrethans.nl/talks.php.
If you're using this software, you should be aware of a recent alert from
Secunia. A highly critical bug, which is yet unpatched, exists, preying on
unvalidated file types. For more information, read the advisory from Secunia at
WordPress v. 1.5.1 Released
Developers of WordPress have announced the release of the latest in this
popular blog software: version 1.5.1 is available for immediate download.
Upgrades include bug fixes and a major security fix, as well as new API hooks
and functionality. To read more about what's new, go to http://wordpress.org/development/.
George Schlossnagle Shows us WSDL from a PHP5 Class
Open Source Event's PHP Security Conference Announced
This one-day fun-filled seminar touts some big names in PHP and Open Source
Security: Bruce Perens, Chris Shiflett, Christian Wenz, Tom Robinson, and Chris
Hubbard. Cost is $150, it will be held on June 11, 2005, and you can register or
read more about it by going to http://store.osevents.com/product_info.php?products_id=1.
O'Reilly Announces the First Annual EuroOSCON
This conference will be held on October 17-20, 2005 in Amsterdam. If you
think you know your stuff, the CFP comes with a May 23rd deadline. For more
info, go to http://conferences.oreillynet.com/cs/eurooscon/create/e_sess
(I wonder if they know that Zend's conference is October 18-21...