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Re: [php-29] Re: Google Analytics for Developers...

From: user 1.
Sent on: Monday, November 14, 2011 8:54 AM

Hi, Michael:
This meetUP is one of the best meetup for the year that I've been attended. Due to the following reasons:
1. the speaker's knowledge for  his topic 
2. the depth of "what", "Where" and "how to do it"
3. the speaker's presentation skills

I truly think that Justin did a great job on this. (I don't normally say that - so I really mean it.)  This kind of presentations will be the main attractions to the none-entry level developers in this group. 

BTW, this is Xiao - Jie's wife. 
The framework talk is still not over yet. We have some front-end developers that already started using Codegniter because they are using Expression Engine as the CMS. Phil's latest idea was using Codegniter with one of its new plugin -Bonfire


Which I feel "questionable" somehow. The Bonfire is still in "beta" and Phil's habit of "borrow something from everywhere" was my main concern.

I'd like to see if you have sometime to discuss this over the phone this week. (Jie requires me to setup a time in email with you before I call.) I'm OK with any time after 7:00 pm during week days.



From: Michael Bourque <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Saturday, November 12,[masked]:32 AM
Subject: [php-29] Re: Google Analytics for Developers...

I want to thank all that attended our event on Google Analytics for Developers. We had over 400 attendees at this event, and the feedback we've been hearing has been nothing short of amazing...
Here is what some of you are saying:
    * "Seriously, this is the most comprehensive Google Analytics presentation I’ve ever seen."
    * "Perhaps the best speaker and presentation in Boston PHP's 100+ presentation history!"
    * "Excellent topic and speaker. A lot of material was covered, the depth of content was very advanced and it was delivered in a fun and interesting way."
    * "Justin was a very engaging presenter and definitely knows his topic inside out. He was able to fit an enormous amount of information about GA into a 90 minute talk."
If you have not had a chance to do so, please leave us some feedback so we know what you thought.
I want to thank Justin Cutroni for an amazing and insightful presentation. I also want to thank Joe Baz from Above the Fold for connecting us with Justin. As well as our Job Fair sponsors who also helped pay for the food with our largest Job Fair ever. 
We have just posted the slides and resources for this event, and are working to put the video up in the next few weeks. Stay tuned. 

I look forward to seeing you at the next meetup,
Michael Bourque
Boston PHP 

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