Do PHP frameworks still make sense? Let’s go frameworkless to focus on the domain!
Every developer loves frameworks and knows how important they are. But, do PHP frameworks still make sense? Damiano Petrungaro goes frameworkless and focuses on the domain. In this session from the International PHP Conference, he shares his knowledge about how to keep using the framework as a tool.
All developers know how important frameworks are, but after your team made more than 3,000 commits after the first release, the framework became the bottleneck of your application. In this talk, Damiano Petrungaro shares his knowledge about how to keep using the framework as a tool and integrate DDD concepts to nail it.
Damiano Petrungaro Philosopher, ego-less coder and community enthusiast, Damiano Petrungaro develops applications in PHP using DDD and TDD methodologies (and exploring Go).
At the moment, he is specialized in coding complex domain logic using PHP by writing clean and testable code, not demanding any micro (or full-stack) frameworks such as Slim, Laravel, Lumen or Silex.
He’s a supporter of a proper Git workflow applying a strict commit convention for a good and readable history of code.
Always looking to discover new development methods and technologies, he has a good network of developers, with whom he relates and compares on a daily basis.
Currently, he’s the maintainer of the Laravel-Italia community and Conventional Commits.