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php[world]

php[world]

10.Nov.2014 - 14.Nov.2014
Sheraton Tyson's Corner

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Introducing a brand new conference from the team at php[architect]. This conference, php[world], is designed to bring together all of the various PHP communities into one place to share ideas together.

Whether you are a core PHP developer, work in a framework (such as Zend Framework, Symfony, or Laravel), or work in an application framework (such as WordPress, Drupal, or Magento) ... this conference is designed for you.

Multiple tracks will exist for the various frameworks and applications, plus plenty of sessions that will appeal to any PHP developer. We plan on making it the biggest and best conference for theentire breadth of PHP developers regardless of your daily environment.

#phpworld #phparchitect #phparch


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Eli White

10.Nov.2014

TALK Jump Start PHP Training (09:00) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Web Security Training (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 9
TALK Developing on WordPress (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3

11.Nov.2014

WORKSHOP Modernize Your Drupal Development (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
WORKSHOP SQL For PHP Programmers (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 5
WORKSHOP Basic WordPress plugin development tutorial (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
WORKSHOP ZF2 Modules Workshop (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 3
WORKSHOP Beyond PHP & MySQL: What to learn next (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
WORKSHOP A Successful Magento Project From Design to Deployment (14:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
WORKSHOP Testing as Regression Prevention (14:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
WORKSHOP The OOP in PHP (14:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
WORKSHOP Getting Started with Varnish (14:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
WORKSHOP Managing Dependencies with Composer (14:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2

12.Nov.2014

KEYNOTE Turning Your Code Into a Company: The Parts They Don't Tell You. (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 29
TALK 21 ways to make WordPress Fast (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Laravel Forge: Hello World to Hello Production (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK What's new in Magento 2? (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 6
TALK Best practices in Symfony 2 (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK MySQL 5.7 -- New Features and Things That Will Break (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 9
TALK Single Page JS Apps in Drupal (11:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK From zero to Silex (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 11
TALK WordPress Security Basics (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Writing Maintainable ZF2 Applications (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 2
TALK PHP 5.NEW: The Best Bits (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 12
KEYNOTE Idealism embodied: Philosophy, Code, Empowerment (14:00)
Jeffrey A. "jam" McQuire
Rating: 5 of 5 14
TALK It Was Like That When I Got Here: Steps Toward Modernizing a Legacy Codebase (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Making Magento go fast (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Talmudic Maxims to Maximize Your Growth as a Software Developer (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 18
TALK A Tale of Two Test Suites - WordPress, API Mocking, and Integrations (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK PHP Components and the Great Framework Kumbaya (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 6
TALK Namespaces and Autoloading (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK ZF2 Modules: Events, Services, and of course, modularity (16:30) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Writing code that lasts (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Testing Spaghetti (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Challenging Your WordPress Assumptions from 2009 (16:30)
Andrew Nacin
Rating: 5 of 5 2

13.Nov.2014

KEYNOTE Drupal 8: A Story of Growing Up and Getting Off the Island (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 21
TALK (Re)discovering the SPL (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 11
TALK Laravel: A Guided Tour (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 6
TALK Keeping WordPress Under [Version] Control with Git (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Drupal 8 Routing (10:00)
Kalpana Goel, William Hurley
Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK Magento, Client, Budget, TDD - What You Can, Can’t And Must Test (10:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK 90K reasons why security is a must (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK From CakePHP to Laravel (11:30) Rating: 0 of 5 Slides available 0
TALK A Decoupled Drupal with Silex (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK Joomla as a PHP framework integrator (11:30) Rating: 5 of 5 1
TALK Building a typical dev environment for WordPress using Git, Vagrant & Ansible (11:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 2
KEYNOTE Trust, Community, and Automatic Updates (14:00)
Andrew Nacin
Rating: 5 of 5 11
TALK Composer: like it should be done (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Intermediate OOP in PHP (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK Action-Domain-Responder: A Web-Specific Refinement of MVC (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK Rock-solid Magento Development (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Writing Faster PHP with HHVM & Hack (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 4
TALK Vagrant, Puppet & You: Disposable Best Friends (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 7
TALK Agency Devs: Unsung Heroes with Unreasonable Deadlines (16:30) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Writing OOP Modules for Drupal 7 (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 3
TALK Taking a Look at Joomla! - Inspired by WordPress (16:30) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK What Symfony Components can do for you (16:30) Rating: 5 of 5 2

14.Nov.2014

TALK WordPress 4.1 (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 3
TALK The Care and Feeding of Magento Developers (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK Why Is The Joomla! Framework Relevant? (09:00) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK PHP Performance 101: So you need to use a database (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Stupid PHP Tricks (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK Unit Testing WordPress Plugins (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 6
TALK PHP Anti-Patterns (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Going to the Core of Drupal & Symfony (and Laravel and Silex) (10:00) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK High Performance Magento in the Cloud (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK Tips, Tricks, and Tools for Automated Deployment (10:00) Rating: 3 of 5 2
KEYNOTE The Greatest Panel on Earth (11:30)
Andrew Nacin, David Hurley, Taylor Otwell, Andreas Hucks, Evan Coury, Ben Marks, Larry Garfield
Rating: 5 of 5 4

14.Nov.2014 at 11:33 by Awnage (27 comments) (Feedback)

Perhaps next year have a small prize for a randomly selected rater. Some sort of additional incentive to get people more involved in rating and commenting.

14.Nov.2014 at 11:52 by chris.ryan.33449 (15 comments) (Feedback)

I was very happy with this conference as were others o talked to. I hope you can to do this gain and I will encourage others to come out and support it as well.

14.Nov.2014 at 23:19 by StephsaDesigner (5 comments) (Feedback)

It was such a great event! I enjoyed the variety of talks and the hackaton was such a fun time. I would defiantly come to this event again!

14.Nov.2014 at 23:47 by ericnkatz (9 comments) (Feedback)

This was awesome. The staff/volunteers and speakers made the experience amazing and fun. I agree with @Awnage about incentivizing ratings - I need every chance I can get at winning a prize lol. But in all seriousness I'm so glad my job gave me the opportunity to attend this event and look forward to applying some of the knowledge I've learned from this conference in my day to day projects and freelance work..

15.Nov.2014 at 00:07 by stevegrunwell (78 comments) (Feedback)

This conference was fantastic. It took some time (and some outgoing people) to break out of their silos (e.g. WordPress people v. Drupal people v. Magento people, etc.) but the social activities, hallway track, and unofficial outings (for example, the Wizards game or the Interstellar IMAX screening) helped open people up even more.

The venue was terrific and seems to be able to scale, and the fact that it was Metro-adjacent meant that a trip into Capitol Hill was accessible to anyone who hasn't been to DC since the 8th grade class trip.

I mentioned this to Eli during the conference, but a job board could be effective with future php[world]s - obviously companies like Automattic and 10up are always hiring, but I spoke to more than one developers who were just being exposed to the world outside their current employer. It would also be nice to have an easy way to notify people about unofficial activities besides Twitter - maybe a calendar or Slack team?

Overall, fantastic conference. I can't wait for php[world] 2015!

15.Nov.2014 at 10:42 by BobTroutman (10 comments) (Feedback)

I thought this was a great event, well thought out, with excellent sessions and speakers. I especially liked being able to see outside my own silo -- I deliberately attended sessions on frameworks other than the one I spend most of my time in. This was refreshing, and put my daily work into perspective.

I came away with information I can put to use immediately. I was exposed to new ideas, and to tools I should be using right now. I also better understand where other applications and frameworks fit in the ecosystem. The panel discussion ending the conference was especially impressive.

Looking forward to next year!

16.Nov.2014 at 14:56 by sprunka (89 comments) (Feedback)

Full disclosure: I was on staff as a volunteer.

That out of the way, I loved almost everything about the conference. That which I did not love, I still liked, and could have become loved if I had not been a volunteer staff member. (I missed the hallway track during the day.)

Being a staff member I was sitting in on sessions that I normally would not have, and that really was the whole premise of the conference. We are all PHP Developers. I noticed a lot of the speakers saying the same things, with just the context surrounding them changing. Very eye-opening.

If given the chance, I definitely would volunteer again next year, and if not, I'll be working on my bosses to send me anyway.

Developing on WordPress Zane Kolnik Slides
Modernize Your Drupal Development Chris Tankersley Slides
Basic WordPress plugin development tutorial Bart McLeod Slides
Beyond PHP & MySQL: What to learn next Jason Lotito Slides
A Successful Magento Project From Design to Deployment Joshua Warren Slides
Testing as Regression Prevention Eric Mann Slides
The OOP in PHP Matthew Turland Slides
Getting Started with Varnish Samantha Quinones Slides
Managing Dependencies with Composer Beau Simensen Slides
21 ways to make WordPress Fast Jason McCreary Slides
Laravel Forge: Hello World to Hello Production Joe Ferguson Slides
Best practices in Symfony 2 Andreas Hucks Slides
Single Page JS Apps in Drupal Chris Tankersley Slides
From zero to Silex Larry Garfield Slides
WordPress Security Basics Steve Grunwell Slides
It Was Like That When I Got Here: Steps Toward Modernizing a Legacy Codebase Paul Jones Slides
Making Magento go fast Thijs Feryn Slides
A Tale of Two Test Suites - WordPress, API Mocking, and Integrations Eric Mann Slides
Namespaces and Autoloading Beau Simensen Slides
Writing code that lasts Rafael Dohms Slides
Testing Spaghetti Gemma Anible Slides
Drupal 8: A Story of Growing Up and Getting Off the Island Angela Byron Slides
(Re)discovering the SPL Joshua Thijssen Slides
Keeping WordPress Under [Version] Control with Git Steve Grunwell Slides
Drupal 8 Routing Kalpana Goel, William Hurley Slides
Magento, Client, Budget, TDD - What You Can, Can’t And Must Test Joshua Warren Slides
90K reasons why security is a must Michelangelo van Dam Slides
From CakePHP to Laravel Jason McCreary Slides
A Decoupled Drupal with Silex Larry Garfield Slides
Building a typical dev environment for WordPress using Git, Vagrant & Ansible Bart McLeod Slides
Composer: like it should be done Rafael Dohms Slides
Intermediate OOP in PHP David Stockton Slides
Action-Domain-Responder: A Web-Specific Refinement of MVC Paul Jones Slides
Rock-solid Magento Development Fabrizio Branca Slides
Agency Devs: Unsung Heroes with Unreasonable Deadlines Terry Matula Slides
The Care and Feeding of Magento Developers Ben Marks Slides
PHP Performance 101: So you need to use a database Leon Fayer Slides
Stupid PHP Tricks John Bafford Slides
PHP Anti-Patterns Josh Butts Slides
High Performance Magento in the Cloud Fabrizio Branca Slides

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