International PHP Conference

- , München

  • Workshop Sebastian Bergmann und Stefan Priebsch

    Test-Driven Development Writing good code with automated tests does pay off, even more on the long run, when major changes to your software become necessary. In this workshop, we will introduce you to ...

  • Vortrag Stefan Priebsch

    Beyond Clean Code: Building the Right Software It is done: all developers have committed themselves to clean code and craftsmanship principles, they have signed the Agile Manifesto, and carry colored wristbands. The software ...

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann

    How to get ready for PHP 8 Currently, the PHP project actively supports PHP 7.2 and PHP 7.3. The security support for PHP 7.1 ends in December 2019. Now is the time to prepare for this year’s PHP 7.4 and ...

  • Vortrag Stefan Priebsch

    Entwickler: Das verlorene Handbuch Die Sirene tutet. Geordnete Reihen von einheitlich gekleideten Entwicklern strömen in die Software-Fabrik, um für weitere acht Stunden ihrer Arbeit nachzugehen. Wie immer wird ...

  • Vortrag Arne Blankerts

    The Future Comes Preloaded Does your application rely on autoloading? Chances are, it does – given autoloading was introduced to PHP back with Version 5. While the original global function __autoload has ...

  • Vortrag Arne Blankerts

    Optimizing nginx and php-fpm: From Beginner to Expert to Crazy nginx and PHP-FPM are the defacto standard when it comes to serving PHP today, rendering the good old LAMP stack superfluous. But how to tune the default settings to match your ...

  • Vortrag Sebastian Bergmann

    PHP Compiler Internals Are you interested in how PHP’s compiler understands the programs you write and how it transforms them into bytecode for execution? Have you ever wondered how a new keyword for ...

  • Workshop Arne Blankerts

    Pragmatic Event Sourcing Domain-driven design (DDD), CQRS and event sourcing: Big words that obviously require an equally big tech stack to be applied – with bleeding edge frameworks, lots of tools, and ...