Map, Filter, and Reduce in PHP

Talk by Derek Binkley

Even though Map Reduce was created for parallelization, which PHP does not natively support, the syntax is supported. In this article I will outline how to use map, filter, and reduce with PHP collections and the benefits you can gain over traditional for loops. In this talk we will explore different methods of processing and …

Pairing With RUM: How DevOps Can Benefit From Real User Monitoring

Talk by Priit Potter

An often overlooked and under-invested area of the DevOps transformation is monitoring, and specifically real user monitoring. This talk is about how taking small steps towards enabling real user monitoring can result in huge strides towards improvements for DevOps teams. Monitoring, which is a part of the DevOps toolchain, isn’t given the right kind of …

PSR-14: A major PHP Event

Talk by Larry Garfield

PSR-14 is the latest specification from the PHP Framework Interoperability Group (PHP-FIG), this time addressing event dispatching. Many frameworks and applications contain an “event dispatcher”, “message bus”, “hook system”, or some other variation on the same basic concept, but to date they are all incompatible with each other. No more! The PSR-14 spec offers a …

Opening and introduction

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The opening of the conference with practical information and latest changes or updates.

Build breakers, not gatekeepers!

Talk by Michiel Rook

Traditional software development occurs in phases, where QA, security and other roles act as gatekeepers to production. This leads to silos, delays and doesn’t scale. So, instead of waiting for a human to decide what is and isn’t valid, learn how to use automation to continuously enforce standards in your software. Let’s turn gatekeepers into …

PHP and Neo4J: Yes or not?

Talk by Danielle Monteiro

Graphs are part of our reality! Therefore it is essential to have a database capable of handling this type of data with high performance. In this talk we will talk about how to use PHP with Neo4J by manipulating graphs simply and quickly.