Make Web Not War Hackathon at Confoo

  For the third year the Make Web Not War team will be at Confoo (by the way, it’s not too late yo buy your ticket for the conference itself). This year again we are planning something fun for the attendees of the conference, but we also wanted to create an amazing event before the conference. … Continued

True North PHP in the cloud

In exactly two weeks, a collaboration of Great Toronto Area (GTA) PHP user groups will host their inaugural conference, True North PHP.  It is with great pride that Make Web Not War is a gold level sponsor for this amazing event! This 2 days conference will give you the opportunity to learn about things you didn’t … Continued

Open Source & Microsoft, some resources

Are you serious? A blog post about Microsoft, and Open Source! Yes, we have been playing well with others for a couple of years now, and I think it would be nice to let you know about some resources for you. Open at Microsoft – This is site is the main place about everything … Continued

Make Web Not War Webcamp is back with awesome new content

DUE TO SITUATION OUT OF OUR CONTROL, THE EVENT HAS BEEN REPORTER TO SEPTEMBER. MORE INFORMATION ON THIS BLOG IN SEPTEMBER. THANKS! We got so many people who asked us to do another Webcamp after our first one, that there wasn’t a way for us to say no. So by popular requests, we will have … Continued

Web Standards, security & Azure runtimes

As we always try to find some great contents for you, I made another summary of great blog posts I found on the Web. This time, it’s all about Web standards and cloud computing. Web Standards I think I don’t have to tell you again: I am a big fan of Web Standards. Even if … Continued

PHP in the cloud

You probably know that we have a cloud computing solution at Microsoft named Windows Azure. You may think that because it’s a Microsoft service it’s only about ASP.NET? The answer is no! You can use many technology in our cloud solution, like Java, Python, ASP.NET, Ruby, Node.js and PHP. When we talked about PHP on … Continued