October 15 – 19, 2018 | Munich

PHP Development
International PHP Conference

„The PHP Development track covers everything you need to know to
design great applications and to become a better PHP developer.“

– Stefan Priebsch, thePHP.cc

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PHP Development

PHP is one of the web’s driving technologies. More than 80 percent of the world’s websites are based upon the script language. With the release of PHP 7 in December 2015 – marking the most important milestone in PHP’s history – it even became more relevant: with better performance, great new features, and almost no hassle with upgrading from PHP 5.6, PHP 7’s market share grew to almost 30 percent in the first year since its release.
Although developing with PHP is an easy skill to learn, its broad ecosystem and its quirks requires a lot of experience to master the language. The PHP Development track provides deep insights in different aspects. From core PHP development, PHP standards as provided by the PHP Framework Interop Croup, over engine-related topics to talks about framework best practices, this track covers everything you need to know to design great applications and to become a better PHP developer.

SPEAKERS

Ralf Eggert

Ralf Eggert

Travello GmbH
Frank Sons

Frank Sons

code-quality.de
Robert Lemke

Robert Lemke

Flownative GmbH
Ondrej Mirtes

Ondrej Mirtes

Slevomat.cz
Nacho Martín

Nacho Martín

LIMENIUS SL
Henning Schwentner

Henning Schwentner

WPS - Workplace Solutions
Marcus Bointon

Marcus Bointon

Synchromedia Limited
Maximilian Berghoff

Maximilian Berghoff

Mayflower GmbH
Dave Liddament

Dave Liddament

Lamp Bristol

TRACK PROGRAM

Deploying IPv6

Marcus Bointon, Synchromedia Limited

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Behind the Tracks of IPC ’18

PHP Development
Best Practices & Application

Web Development
Web Development & more

Web Architecture
Concepts & Environments

Performance & Security
All about Performance & Security

Agile & DevOps
Agile & DevOps methodologies

JavaScript
All about JavaScript

Testing & Quality
All about Testing & Quality