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International PHP Conference 2003 14

Posted by michael
from the my-son-is-taking-php dept.
Sebastian Bergmann writes "The Call for Papers for the International PHP Conference 2003 Spring Edition has started. The conference will be held on May 8th and 9th in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Like its sister event, the International PHP Conference 2003 Fall Edition, the conference will gather both the PHP Development Team and PHP enthusiasts from all over the world for two days of discussion, sessions and workshops."
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  • by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday January 15, 2003 @04:38PM (#5089865)
    How to cleanse user input etc..

    Lots of articles about PHP security are a bit vague about things.
  • PHP Wishlist (Score:2, Interesting)

    by the_mad_poster (640772) <> on Thursday January 16, 2003 @12:35AM (#5092238) Homepage Journal

    I've been holding off on PHP in favor of perl now for a significant amount of time because the lack of control in PHP scares me. There are some major sticking points: oop, variable scoping (BIGGIE) that I want to see come out of the next PHP release. Hopefully some meaningful discussion can be made on security issues as well.

    However, the biggest thing the PHP community needs to start serious dialog on is how to meld it with the business world. PHP has so much potential and so much to offer the business world, but it won't get there until we shed the "kiddie" language aura that surrounds it.

    We need dialog on how to make it a serious language in short...

Real Users find the one combination of bizarre input values that shuts down the system for days.