This talk for my most-local PHP conference and one I've been involved with since the start: SQL, NoSQL and Beyond. The talk walks through some of my favourite features of PostgreSQL, CouchDB and Redis, and talks about how each one would fit into your stack.
I'm giving this a couple of times in April: this version is from CloudConf 2018 in Turin where a great crowd asked some really good questions after my talk.
I gave this talk at the excellent GrumpyConf in/near Toronto, giving an overview of the various different types of databases and some advice on when they're useful.
Gave this talk to a packed room at the one and only PHP UK conference. Webhooks are such a simple idea and I hope that I enabled a bunch more developers to use them in their own applications.
Joind.in comments: https://joind.in/event/php-uk-conference-2018/working-with-webhooks#comments
https://medium.com/ibm-watson-data-lab/three-great-serverless-use-cases-cd22d44aeb29 - I keep using these same examples in my talks and in conversation, so I thought I should write them down somewhere.
I run a bunch of stuff using TravisCI and wrote down my approach and scripts for integrating it with GitHub and the IBM Cloud as a deployment target. https://medium.com/ibm-watson-data-lab/deploy-to-ibm-cloud-with-travisci-e69ae2cbf647