One year in Amsterdam – changes, friendship and a special thanks to the PHP community

Last week, precisely on the 19th of December, it was my “expat anniversary” – one year since I came to live in Amsterdam. The year of 2013 represented a big, outstanding change in my life – a truly watershed. It’s not only moving from a country to another, or a change of culture – which is already a big thing. It’s changing from the third world for the first world, it’s finally having access to many things that I could not reach before, getting to know people that I once, eventually, read blog posts that helped me solve my “phproblems”…
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The Dutch Conference 2013 (DPC)

This weekend (6-8 june), Amsterdam hosted the annual Duth PHP Conference, and I attended to a really PHP conference for the first time! I will try to summarize the experience here, because I was one of the (**really**) few women there and it may be funny to read what’s on a [brazilian] women mind (when she is surrounded by all sorts of nerds), anyways 🙂 First of all, we had a Google speaker ( Adewale Oshineye ). That is probably enough to make anything awesome! We also had a speakerholic guy – Anthony, who made me fear even more WordPress (and I will…
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