International PHP Conference

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  • Workshop Stefan Priebsch und Arne Blankerts

    Code like a Pro No matter how experienced you are as a developer: you can always improve. This workshop teaches advanced coding techniques through live coding. First up, we will solve some ...

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann und Arne Blankerts

    Do you verify your views? We all know how to test domain logic in isolation from framework, database, and template rendering. While testing framework and database interaction can be considered to be solved ...

  • Vortrag Arne Blankerts

    WebAuthn: Passwords are legacy! In March 2018, the haveibeenpwned.com password database contained about 501 Million hashes of known, stolen passwords. Yet, despite the fact companies obviously fail to securely ...

  • Vortrag Stefan Priebsch

    The GDPR and You You probably have a love/hate relationship with the GDPR, just like me. It may do a great job protecting our privacy, but honestly, even that remains to be seen. For most ...

  • Vortrag Arne Blankerts

    Efficient Domain-Driven Design: An Introduction to Event Storming Before the start of development comes the gathering of requirements. This daunting task with the seemingly endless discussions. Followed by the creation of epics, user stories or ...

  • Vortrag Stefan Priebsch

    Performance in a Personalized World Good performance is a key success factor for public-facing software on the internet. Over the years, we have gotten pretty good at scaling content delivery, usually through a ...

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann

    Getting Started with PHPUnit If you want to be sure that your software works correctly then you need to continuously test it. Automated tests save you from pressing F5 in the browser all the time as well as ...

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann

    Making PHPUnit Better Join Sebastian Bergmann, the creator of PHPUnit, to learn how PHPUnit works, why it works like that, why he wishes it did not work like that, and what he is doing about it.

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann

    Prepare for tomorrow, today Currently, the PHP project actively supports PHP 7.1 and PHP 7.2. The security support for PHP 5.6 and PHP 7.0 ends in December 2018. Now is the time to prepare for this year's PHP ...