International PHP Conference – Spring Edition

- , Berlin

  • Workshop Arne Blankerts, Sebastian Bergmann, and Stefan Priebsch

    PHP 7 Day When PHP turned 20, the core developers presented us with a really nice birthday present: version 7, released in December 2015. Today, PHP 7 is being used in production by a ...

  • Presentation Stefan Priebsch

    From Legacy to Event-Driven For larger-scale software, building a distributed, event-driven system just makes sense. But how to get there? Usually, the status quo is a big, monolithic piece of legacy software ...

  • Presentation Sebastian Bergmann and Sebastian Heuer

    The Myth of Untestable Code Contrary to popular belief, no code is untestable. Sure, writing unit tests for well-crafted code that follows the SOLID principles is easy. But what about legacy code residing in ...

  • Presentation Sebastian Bergmann

    PHP 7: Reality Check PHP 7.0 was released one and a half years ago, PHP 7.1 was released half a year ago, and PHP 7.2 will be released later this year. It is high time to have a critical look at the ...

  • Presentation Arne Blankerts

    Setting up HTTPS is easy: what are you waiting for? Granted, back in the days setting up SSL/TLS on your webserver was an annoying and cumbersome task: Remembering all those command line options for OpenSSL to generate an actually ...

  • Presentation Stefan Priebsch

    Test-Driven Refactoring We never get it right the first time. So we refactor. But how can we refactor legacy code, when there are no automated tests (or not enough, at least) to make sure that we don not ...