Fueling innovative software
July 15-18, 2019
Portland, OR
Adam Harvey

Adam Harvey
Software Developer, New Relic

Website | @LGnome

Adam Harvey is a software developer working on PHP, Go, and C language support at New Relic. Adam has worked on a number of interesting and occasionally even useful things in his two-decade career, including prototyping the worst mesh network of all time (based on Android phones), discovering how to reliably lock up a Windows computer by writing an in-browser video editor, and (most usefully) removing the original mysql_* API from PHP. In his spare time, he contributes to a variety of open source projects, a secret robot project that may have some Asimov-related issues, and a variety of half-finished websites and is attempting to drink every beer Vancouver produces.

Sessions

11:00am11:40am Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Secondary topics:  Customer Centered
Adam Harvey (New Relic)
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Versioning is hard. In 2015, the PHP project released version 7.0 of the PHP language, but first, the developers had to understand what the scope of the version would be and what they were willing to break. Adam Harvey walks you through what they learned. Read more.