What tools does every PHP developer need to know? In this session from the International PHP Conference, Sebastian Bergmann goes over what should be in every PHP developer’s toolkit, such as dephpend, phant, and PHPUnit. Find out how to fit these tools into your daily development.
Are you still using PHP 5? If so, this talk is for you. Join Stefan Priebsch, co-founder and Principal Consultant of The PHP Consulting Company, and learn all about how to complete a successful migration to the latest version of PHP. Find out what the new features are and how to convince others to make the migration.
This talk from the International PHP Conference dives into CQRS (command-query responsibility segregation). and event sourcing. See how they relate to one another, what the consequences of using them are, and learn some real-world, practical examples and demonstrations from Oliver Sturm, Training Director at DevExpress.
Siler is a set of general purpose high-level abstractions aiming an API for declarative programming in PHP using the “keep it simple, stupid” principle. Its latest release, Siler 1.7.2 is here and we spoke to Leo Cavalcante about the library and what his top three favorite new features are. Let’s take a look.
The reports about the death of PHP are greatly exaggerated. Learn the current PHP status quo and why it is here to stay. Backed by PHP developers from Iflexion, this article will give answers to all the burning questions and help you make up your mind about PHP’s wellbeing once and for all.
Software engineer Jessica Mauerhan discusses how to help boost your programming career with an attitude change and learn how to be less judgemental online and in the workplace. Set aside some time for reflection and watch this session from the International PHP Conference.
Senior Staff Engineer at Slack, Scott Sandler, gave a keynote at the International PHP Conference about how Slack migrated its multi-million line PHP codebase to Facebook’s Hack programming language. Find out what they learned, what challenges they faced, and what PHP programmers can learn from the journey.
When you’re building a successful startup, there’s always a lack of resources, time and ability to implement enterprise-level architecture. You start with the minimum valuable product, then think which features would your customers need, then fight with your competitors.
In this International PHP Conference session by Arne Blankerts, find out all about optimizing nginx and PHP-FPM. From low hanging fruits to crazy, this session will show configuration tips for beginners, tweaks for experts and tricks for the insane.
Symfony 4 and the introduction of Flex put a focus on enabling developers to create microservice-style applications with Symfony. In a microservice architecture, delegating tasks to other services or distributing data between these services is a challenge most monolith applications do not have to deal with. Find out more in Denis Brumann’s informative session.
It’s impossible to avoid the hype around machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep learning, and neutral networks. This talk from the International PHP Conference will show you what an artificial neural network (ANN) looks like and how you can get started on building your own using PHP. Follow Vítor Brandao and begin your machine learning journey.
PHP 8 is expected to arrive this year but there’s no fixed timetable as yet. The new major release is hotly anticipated and would be the perfect way to celebrate the programming language’s 25th anniversary. We asked senior fullstack engineer Níckolas Da Silva some questions about PHP 8. Let’s take a closer look.
Relational SQL has been abandoned in 1999. Since then, SQL has got many non-relational features for problems that are hard to solve with relational algebra. What can modern SQL do for you? It has come a long way. This session from the International PHP Conference will teach you about the SQL of today. Find out more with Markus Winand.
Which programming languages do developers love most—and which do they dread? CodinGame has the answers, as the company surveyed more than 21,000 developers. They also took a look at where to find the happiest developers, depending on the countries they work in and the positions they hold.