The 2013 conference blew our expectations. We had it all: amazing speakers, generous sponsors, perfect venue, plenty of food and drinks and most importantly great bunch of developers and web aficionados. You can read about impressions from Tihomir, Zlatko, Miro, Robert and look at photos that were taken by Neven.
Why not do it all again? Here is how you can become a part of this year's event.
Place roll up banner in the conference lobby, logo and links on conference website and publications + mentions through social networks.Contact us for details
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Antonio is PhD Computer Science student in Split and owner of web and mobile development company Locastic who became a Symfony preacher himself after he found out that Symfony2 was the ultimate answer to the question of life, and not 42. He has been successful in implementing Symfony2 based locastic:CMS on large scale of websites.
Experienced bug creator/solver. Currently the lead developer at Degordian, working in a faced paced, agile environment which requires a lot of focus on tedious details and end results. Enjoys simplifying things and coming up with practical solutions.
SitePoint's Managing Editor for the PHP channel, and Developer Evangelist for Diffbot. Enjoys new, risky and cutting edge technologies. Makes up new timesaving apps and configurations in his free time in order to gain more free time.
International Business Development at Netgen, eZ Publish specialist, eZ Publish Innovation Board member, eZSummerCamp and PHPSummerCamp organizer
Dad, husband, hacker. Occasional philosopher. Strategist. The good guy.
I am a developer, consultant, mercenary (used to be known as freelancing). I lead a small team that works on various projects ranging from small family businesses to Fortune 500 companies. I write terrible code that performs exceptionally and currently I am wrangling elePHPants and Pythons.
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Our experience from an attempt to develop a startup in 24 hours. The development advantages and disadvantages of this approach.
HHVM is a new implementation of PHP backed by a powerful interpreter and a JIT compiler. Hack is a new programming language targeting HHVM which augments PHP with a type system, proper closures, async capabilities, and many more. The talk will give a high-level overview of the features of both, outline the benefits of the alternative execution model brought by HHVM, and possible day-to-day benefits introduced by Hack.
Is your domain full of events that are happening as users are doing stuff? Why not have them in your system? You'll be describing the real world of your domain better and easier. And you can get surprising benefits. Come and see how.
A short introduction into the world of tutoring and general writing for the greater good of the PHP community and, of course, profit. Learn some interesting insights about the community at large and find out about the educational side of PHP, passive income, and monetization of knowledge. As a bonus, find out some gender, age, location and other stats of the readership of one of the most popular online PHP magazines and play with the raw data yourself.
Forget about classic website where UX is not so important. We are living in time where usability is one of the important thing if you are building some business client oriented web service. How to connect Symfony2 as backend and AngularJS as frontend solution? What are best practices? What are disadvantageous? How to take best from both worlds? These are topics I will cover in my talk with real examples.
Everyone starts with a simple one-machine setup, running PHP(or whatever else you fancy), MySQL/PostgreSql and Apache/Nginx. Sooner or later that will not be enough, and you will be faced with some important architecture decisions. This talk will show you how you can optimize and increase the performance of your application by distributing tasks in an simple and affordable way.
For web sites with frequent content changes, like news portals, an optimal cache strategy is crucial for serving millions of page views. To just cache every page statically is usually not an option as editors want to see the changes immediately. With the new version of eZ Publish CMS, which is based on Symfony PHP framework, content caching is based on HTTP Cache. This enables much tighter integration with reverse proxies like Varnish and better control of cached pages. Also, Symfony provides ESI capabilities for controlling reverse proxy cache even on block level so invalidating a whole page is not expensive.
What is an etag, exactly? What's all that stuff in the Accept header? And what the heck does a Vary header do anyways?! Web developers use HTTP everyday but most of us don't know how to get the most out of it. This talk goes past memorizing status codes (although we'll see those too) and teaches how to get the most out of every request and response.
HGK - Hrvatska gospodarska komora, Nova cesta 7, 10000 Zageb
Lecture hall is located at second floor, stairs and elevator access are right next to entry to Lidl grocery store.
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