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Taking PHP To the next level

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Taking PHP to the next level




     @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011

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Who are you? What do you do?




      @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011

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An overview of the PHP world




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The state of the PHP world has been most precarious over the past few years and many developers moved over to other languages and other technologies because PHP was lacking something that other emerging techs were providing.
With the rise of cloud computing, cutting edge frameworks and amazing platforms, PHP can be sexy again. This talk aims at giving an idea of how PHP, as a language and a community, evolved over the past few years and how to refocus our energy to solve today's and tomorrow's problems rather than contemplating the success of our past. We have to adapt to change and this talk will help the listeners with the transition by providing then with insight into: Cloud Computing, PaaS, upcoming frameworks as such as Zend Framework2, Symfony2, Lithium, and many more aspects of this rapidly changing software ecosystem.

The state of the PHP world has been most precarious over the past few years and many developers moved over to other languages and other technologies because PHP was lacking something that other emerging techs were providing.
With the rise of cloud computing, cutting edge frameworks and amazing platforms, PHP can be sexy again. This talk aims at giving an idea of how PHP, as a language and a community, evolved over the past few years and how to refocus our energy to solve today's and tomorrow's problems rather than contemplating the success of our past. We have to adapt to change and this talk will help the listeners with the transition by providing then with insight into: Cloud Computing, PaaS, upcoming frameworks as such as Zend Framework2, Symfony2, Lithium, and many more aspects of this rapidly changing software ecosystem.

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Taking PHP To the next level

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 Taking PHP to the next level @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 Who are you? What do you do? @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  3. 3. An overview of the PHP world @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 ... up to here today @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  8. 8. __DIR__ $Dynamic::$Statics Short Ternaries @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  9. 9. DateTime ext/intl __DIR__ ICU FPM $Dynamic::$Statics Short Ternaries NOWDOCS sqlite3 Collator @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  14. 14. Function Array Dereferencing @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  15. 15. Effective code re-use @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  17. 17. class VendorSession extends SessionHandler {} @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  23. 23. Advanced Unit-Testing @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 No more managing. @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 We all want some! @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  48. 48. “Desire and hope will push us toward the future” - Michel De Montaigne @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 “Anything that can be used, should be tried” @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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 David’s Stockholm Syndrome @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  59. 59. Users are worth more than technology @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
  60. 60. “All War is Deception” —Sun Tzu @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  64. 64. It is not an illness. @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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  66. 66. Contributing to something @davidcoallier — PHP Con Poland 2011
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