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Dutch PHP Conference 2016

Dutch PHP Conference 2016

23.Jun.2016 - 25.Jun.2016
RAI Amsterdam

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Ibuildings is proud to organize the tenth Dutch PHP Conference on June 24 and 25, plus a pre-conference tutorial day on June 23. Both programs will be completely in English so the only Dutch thing about it is the location. Keywords for these days: Know-how, Technology, Best Practices, Networking, Tips & Tricks.


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23.Jun.2016

WORKSHOP Hexagonal BDD - Part 1 (09:30) Rating: 4 of 5 3
WORKSHOP Going Elastic (09:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
WORKSHOP Modern Databases (09:30) Rating: 4 of 5 1
WORKSHOP Basic CQRS and Event Sourcing with Prooph (09:30)
Marco Pivetta, Jefersson Nathan
Rating: 5 of 5 10
WORKSHOP React.js Workshop - Part 1 (09:30)
Pratik Patel
Rating: 5 of 5 4
WORKSHOP Migrating PHP extension from PHP 5 to PHP 7 - Part 1 (09:30)
Julien Pauli
Rating: 3 of 5 2
WORKSHOP Lightning fast tests (09:30) Rating: 4 of 5 1
WORKSHOP Containerizing a production environment - Part 1 (09:30)
Lucas van Lierop
Rating: 4 of 5 2
WORKSHOP Hexagonal BDD - Part 2 (13:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 2
WORKSHOP Get started with Graph Databases and Neo4j (13:45) Rating: 4 of 5 4
WORKSHOP Message oriented architectures with RabbitMQ (13:45) Rating: 3 of 5 4
WORKSHOP React.js Workshop - Part 2 (13:45)
Pratik Patel
Rating: 0 of 5 0
WORKSHOP Migrating PHP extension from PHP 5 to PHP 7 - Part 2 (13:45)
Julien Pauli
Rating: 0 of 5 0
WORKSHOP Choose Extreme continuous delivery - a experiment (13:45)
Sebastian Schürmann
Rating: 0 of 5 0
WORKSHOP Containerizing a production environment - Part 2 (13:45)
Lucas van Lierop
Rating: 4 of 5 1

24.Jun.2016

TALK Mirror, mirror on the wall: Building a new PHP reflection library (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 11
TALK Build your own Recommendation Engine with Neo4j and Reco4PHP (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK A Functional Guide to Cat Herding with PHP Generators (10:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Restructuring classes and behaviour to remove inheritance with composition (10:45)
Wouter de Wild, Jasper Stafleu
Rating: 3 of 5 14
TALK Debugging: past, present and future (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 16
TALK JWT: To authentication and beyond! (10:45) Rating: 0 of 5 Slides available 0
TALK The secrets of Cryptography (11:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 12
TALK Solving Cross-Cutting Concerns in PHP (11:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 13
TALK Identify All the Things With UUIDs! (11:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK React.js: Super-fast Single Page Web Applications (11:45)
Pratik Patel
Rating: 5 of 5 8
TALK Microservices with Thrift, or why I stopped worrying about REST (11:45)
David Soria Parra
Rating: 4 of 5 13
TALK Gary Hockin Step into debugging (11:45)
Gary Hockin
Rating: 4 of 5 1
TALK Elasticsearch, the story so far (13:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Machine Learning for the rescue (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 21
TALK From source to code: an introduction into compilers, interpreters and JIT (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 5
TALK Architectural Anti-patterns (13:30)
Jakub Gadkowski, Dimitrios Psarrou
Rating: 3 of 5 15
TALK A year of continuous delivery (13:30)
Marc Veldman
Rating: 2 of 5 12
TALK Jeroen vd Gulk Growing a development team (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 6
TALK Breaking Boundaries with FastCGI (14:30) Rating: 5 of 5 5
TALK A Talk About Naming Things Talk (14:30) Rating: 5 of 5 10
TALK The Road to Technical Team Lead (14:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 17
TALK Play PHP Like a Puzzle with Puli (14:30) Rating: 3 of 5 4
TALK Extending without pulling a muscle (14:30)
Sara Golemon
Rating: 5 of 5 11
TALK Deploy to Microsoft Azure in 15 minutes (14:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK Integrating Bounded Contexts (15:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 11
TALK Extremely defensive PHP (15:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 13
TALK Frontin' like a Backer (15:45) Rating: 4 of 5 4
TALK Programming in Hack (15:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Crafting beautiful software (15:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 14
TALK Generation REST API's in SF (15:45) Rating: 3 of 5 2
TALK Live broadcasting with PHP (15:45) Rating: 4 of 5 3
TALK Hacking your way to better security (16:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 13
TALK Deploying PHP 7 (16:45)
Rasmus Lerdorf
Rating: 4 of 5 11
TALK Deploy your application in a box (16:45) Rating: 0 of 5 Slides available 0
TALK Beyond Testing (16:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Extreme Programming 2016 Edition (16:45)
Sebastian Schürmann
Rating: 4 of 5 7
TALK The pro's and cons of highly sensitive people in your organisation (16:45) Rating: 4 of 5 2

25.Jun.2016

TALK CQRS and Domain Events for integration (09:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Driving Design through Examples (09:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Being functional in PHP (09:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK 53 Minutes or Less - Architecting For Failure In The Cloud (09:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Extracting wisdom from stupidity (09:45) Rating: 5 of 5 13
TALK Mob Programming (09:45) Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Getting started with ReactPHP (10:45) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Mutation Testing in PHP with Humbug (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Machine Learning - Support Vector Machines (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 18
TALK Debugging Effectively (10:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK You're just my type (10:45)
Sara Golemon
Rating: 5 of 5 4
TALK Niels van Esch The treacherous road to microservices (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK From doctor to coder: A whole new world? (10:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Going micro with SF micro kernel (10:45) Rating: 5 of 5 2
TALK Event Sourcing: the good, the bad and the complicated (11:45)
Marco Pivetta, Jefferson Nathan
Rating: 5 of 5 19
TALK Diving Deep Into JavaScript Functions (11:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer (11:45) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Being effective with legacy projects (11:45) Rating: 4 of 5 8
TALK The IoC Hydra (11:45) Rating: 3 of 5 5
TALK Jildert Miedema Advanced building blocks for simple applications (11:45)
Jildert Miedema
Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK Microservices: Packs small, plays BIG! (13:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Introducing Eager Design (13:30) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Lightning fast tests (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Scaling your website (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Unglue all the things! (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Automating deployment with Accompli (13:30) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 2
TALK Could you pass me the holy grail? (13:30) Rating: 4 of 5 4
TALK How I Built A Video Game using Event Sourcing (14:30) Rating: 4 of 5 18
TALK PSR-7 HTTP messages in the wild (14:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Feature Flags are Flawed: Let's Make Them Better (14:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK The road to continuous deployment: a case study (14:30) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Refactoring node.js microservices with the "12 factor app" methods (14:30)
Sebastian Schürmann
Rating: 0 of 5 0
TALK CSS architectures (14:30)
Rafael Lyra
Rating: 0 of 5 0
KEYNOTE How We Talk About Tech (15:45) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 31

24.Jun.2016 at 23:30 by Colin O'Dell (106 comments) via Web2 LIVE (Feedback)

So far DPC16 has been a fantastic event! The organizers do a great job of picking interesting, relevant sessions and planning out the structure of the conference days.

I would like to suggest a few small improvements for next year:

1. Provide a description of the talks along with the schedule. The badge schedules are nice, but if I want more information about a talk I have to look them up on my laptop or phone. It would be nice having all of that info easily accessible in a small printed book.
2. Avoid lots of RTs from the conference Twitter account. I usually turn on mobile notifications for conference accounts so I'm updated if there are any changes to the schedule or other useful pieces of information. But I also receive notifications for every single retweet which makes it hard to filter out only the updates I need to know about.
3. Post the target experience levels alongside the talk description. Several speakers have commented that some attendees were slightly disappointed that some talks were too simple or too advanced. I think being upfront about the experience level will help attendees make better choices about which talks are best suited for them.

I don't think these detract from the quality of the event in any way - I'm thoroughly enjoying every minute of the conference but just wanted to make some minor suggests to make the conference even better next year :)

26.Jun.2016 at 14:30 by Aisha Sie (10 comments) via Web2 LIVE (Feedback)

My original intention was to just tag along as a speaker’s +1: the organizers were already awesome enough to invite me for the hotel stay, speaker dinner, and attending the actual conference to see my partner’s talk. But my attendance got pushed up a notch when I participated in the speaker workshop on Thursday and suddenly found myself signing up for a talk of my own at the unconference! The speaker workshop was awesome: connecting it to DPC to bring in international speaker coaches and provide a running start at the uncon (with a chance to win a speaking slot for next year’s regular conference!) was nothing short of brilliant.

Both regular conference and impromptu uncon talks were interesting, catering including fresh stroopwafels and icecream were great little treats, and there was a nice low-barrier atmosphere that made it easy to mingle. It was also great to see the organizers’ response to a last-minute question about a quiet room. Booking an extra room wasn’t possible at that point, but the auditorium was unused outside of keynotes and promptly given a new purpose as the improvised quiet room for the rest of the conference.

It’s wonderful that the organization took in feedback like this to result in an awesome 10th edition of DPC: I look forward to seeing what they’ll bring to the table for next year!

27.Jun.2016 at 12:54 by James Titcumb (254 comments) via Web2 LIVE (Feedback)

Really well organised, fantastic & insightful talks and brilliant keynotes. Food was great, the socials were great, and Amsterdam is a lovely city. Thank you to all the DPC organisers for inviting me to speak, it was really great.

27.Jun.2016 at 13:06 by Vincent (3 comments) via Web2 LIVE (Feedback)

This was a really good conference overall. Lots of interesting and inspiring talks, and a brilliant organisation.

Going Elastic Philipp Krenn Slides
Hexagonal BDD - Part 2 Scato Eggen Slides
Mirror, mirror on the wall: Building a new PHP reflection library James Titcumb Slides
Build your own Recommendation Engine with Neo4j and Reco4PHP Christophe Willemsen Slides
A Functional Guide to Cat Herding with PHP Generators Mark Baker Slides
JWT: To authentication and beyond! Luis Cobucci Slides
The secrets of Cryptography Chris Riley Slides
Solving Cross-Cutting Concerns in PHP Alexander Lisachenko Slides
Identify All the Things With UUIDs! Ben Ramsey Slides
Elasticsearch, the story so far Frank Koornstra, Jordy Moos Slides
Machine Learning for the rescue Mariusz Gil Slides
The Road to Technical Team Lead Ben Andersen- Waine Slides
Deploy to Microsoft Azure in 15 minutes Michelangelo van Dam Slides
Integrating Bounded Contexts Carlos Buenosvinos Slides
Extremely defensive PHP Marco Pivetta Slides
Programming in Hack Alejandro Marcu Slides
Crafting beautiful software Jorn Oomen Slides
Hacking your way to better security Colin O'Dell Slides
Deploy your application in a box Willem-Jan Zijderveld Slides
Beyond Testing Michael Bodnarchuk Slides
CQRS and Domain Events for integration Giorgio Sironi Slides
Driving Design through Examples Ciaran McNulty Slides
Being functional in PHP David de Boer Slides
53 Minutes or Less - Architecting For Failure In The Cloud Ben Andersen- Waine Slides
Getting started with ReactPHP Cees-Jan Kiewiet Slides
Mutation Testing in PHP with Humbug Mark Redeman Slides
Machine Learning - Support Vector Machines Sjoerd Maessen Slides
Debugging Effectively Colin O'Dell Slides
Niels van Esch The treacherous road to microservices Niels van Esch Slides
From doctor to coder: A whole new world? Aisha Sie Slides
Diving Deep Into JavaScript Functions Colin DeCarlo Slides
Things I was unprepared for as a lead developer Pascal de Vink Slides
Microservices: Packs small, plays BIG! Stephan Hochdörfer Slides
Introducing Eager Design Marcello Duarte Slides
Lightning fast tests Jakub Zalas Slides
Scaling your website Alejandro Marcu Slides
Unglue all the things! Beau Simensen Slides
Automating deployment with Accompli Niels Nijens Slides
PSR-7 HTTP messages in the wild Hannes van de Vreken Slides
Feature Flags are Flawed: Let's Make Them Better Stephen Young Slides
The road to continuous deployment: a case study Michiel Rook Slides
How We Talk About Tech Ross Tuck Slides

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