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php|tek 11

php|tek 11

24.May.2011 - 27.May.2011
Sheraton Gateway Suites O’Hare

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php|tek is a PHP conference like no other; it brings together great technology content and great people, and mixes them up in a wonderful cocktail of PHP fun.

We like to think of php|tek as a professional conference with a community flair. You will find a combination of high-quality presentations by some of the brightest experts in the PHP world, coupled with a welcoming and friendly community of attendees and speakers, and plenty of great opportunities for networking and talking shop with your fellow attendees.

At php|tek, you will find a familiar atmosphere that revolves around people, and not around business interests. Speakers (and organizers) and attendees mingle and learn from each other in the “hallway track”; there are no exclusive parties or secret by-invitation-only rooms. We’re all in it together to learn, communicate and grow.


24.May.2011

TALK Mobile for PHP Developers (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Writing and Using PHP Streams and Sockets (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 12
TALK Zend Framework Tutorial (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 9
TALK Design Patterns (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 9
WORKSHOP NoSQL: Why, How and When (13:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Optimizing MySQL Essentials (13:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3

25.May.2011

TALK Debugging - Rules and Tools (10:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK PHP Development in the Cloud (10:10) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 14
TALK Pragmatic Guide to Git (10:10) Rating: 5 of 5 9
TALK Mobile Apps with PHP: From Flex to jQuery Mobile (11:10) Rating: 4 of 5 12
TALK Optimizing a Zend Framework application (11:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 12
TALK PHP go VROOM (11:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK First Class APIs (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 12
TALK Mobile Development (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Profiling PHP Applications (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Building Mobile Applications With JavaScript and PHP (14:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Test Driven Development Live! (14:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Why be Normal – Introduction to Normalization (14:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Drupal as an Application Development Platform (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 3
TALK Open a Window, see the clouds (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Securing Your API (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Titanium (16:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Doctrine Optimization (16:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Unit testing Zend Framework (The Sequel) (16:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Introducing Zend Framework 2.0 (17:00) Rating: 5 of 5 8
TALK Parallelized, asynchronous, and edge-friendly development patterns (17:00) Rating: 4 of 5 4
TALK The Story of Spaz: How to Give Away Everything, Make No Money, and Still Win (17:00) Rating: 5 of 5 2

26.May.2011

KEYNOTE Open Source Communities and Chocolate Chip Cookies (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 20
TALK HTML5 Websockets (10:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK N Things You Didn’t Know Apache Could Do (10:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK ZeroMQ Is The Answer (10:10) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Frontend Caching — The New Frontier (11:10) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Git’s Meat Cleavers: Rebasing, bisecting, and other fun with Git (11:10) Rating: 4 of 5 5
TALK Learn to use Jenkins (formerly Hudson) for testing, deployment, and devops process automation (11:10) Rating: 4 of 5 2
TALK Developing and Deploying High Performance PHP Applications (13:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Of (PHP) Sessions, Cookies, and Authentication (13:00) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Write PHP, Deploy Everywhere (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK Node.js for PHP Developers (14:00) Rating: 3 of 5 17
TALK The Last Authentication System You Will Ever Write (14:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Your App Runs In the Cloud, But Does It Scale? (14:00) Rating: 3 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK Accessing Web Resources with PHP (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Designing Beautiful Software (15:00) Rating: 5 of 5 13
TALK Geolocation and Maps with PHP (15:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 7
TALK Best Practice in Web Service Design (16:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Beyond the Browser: Adding voice, SMS, and IM to your web applications (16:00) Rating: 5 of 5 3
TALK Think Like an Ant, Distribute the Workload. (16:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Stackbox CMS: Next-Generation Content Management (17:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 1
TALK JavaScript Tools and Frameworks Faves (17:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 3
TALK Write A Better FM (17:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 7

27.May.2011

TALK Creating Desktop Applications with Titanium and PHP (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 4
TALK In the Shadow of the Ninja: Biding Your Time While You Plot Your Coup (09:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 8
TALK Real-time Communications on the Web (09:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK APIs with FRAPI (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 5
TALK Teaching Your Machine to Find Fraudsters (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Xdebug (10:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 6
TALK Improving QA on PHP Development Projects (11:00) Rating: 4 of 5 3
TALK Teach A Man To Fish: Coaching Development Teams (11:00) Rating: 5 of 5 Slides available 10
TALK Who’s Using Your Software? (11:00) Rating: 4 of 5 Slides available 1
KEYNOTE Closing Remarks: Communities & Responsibilities (13:00) Rating: 5 of 5 2

30.May.2011 at 21:11 by afilina (28 comments) (Feedback)

Overall, the conference was good. I was hoping for some Symfony. Also, I think I had too much pizza in one week.

27.May.2011 at 13:23 by patrick.schwisow (69 comments) (Feedback)

Great conference, but can we get some more Doctrine presentations next time?

27.May.2011 at 13:35 by auroraeosrose (38 comments) (Feedback)

Enjoyed the conference as always - the um "power issues" were interesting however. I do think that running cool stuff like the hackathon and unconference back to back (and overlapping) with the social gatherings made the social events smaller - and you had to choose between code or free beer (or run back and forth - oh noez) which is a bit sad. Perhaps combine them? Hack or play rock band? Present while people play board games?

02.Jun.2011 at 08:35 by Anonymous (Feedback)

Great conference. I hope to come back next year. The presentations being given by experienced developers was very important and made them very worth the trip. I very much enjoyed the mix of technical topics / demos such as xdebug, Zend, Securing your API along with the business or technique type topics such as Teach a Man to Fish and In the Shadow of the Ninja.

Below is meant to be constructive suggestions, not complaints...
From a event planning perspective, I thought more expectations should be set. The first day, I was hungry. I didn't realize that there would be no food until lunch and I showed to have only coffee for breakfast. At the break I had to run to McDonalds to get something as it was the only place around that had any food. Also, the coffee was out only in the morning. By 10:00, it was gone. I was prepared for it after the first day.

Posting the schedule online was good, but the after hours events were not clear to me until the day of. I suppose I will know better what to expect at the next conference. But as a first timer, I feel like I missed out on a number of events.

Having the slides online was great, but I could have benefited much more if I had them during the presentation to align my notes. I took notes on my laptop in a word processor and am now trying to match them up to the slides - it is difficult. I wasn't made aware that the slides were going to be made available until the break on the first day. So, I was taking too many notes at first.

Power strips would have been a big help. I found that people were around the perimeter of the rooms so they could have a place to connect to an outlet. I also noticed a number of people tripping on the power cords as they were walking through. Power strips that were safely installed (cords taped down) would have allowed people to spread out and caused less of a hazard.

Mobile for PHP Developers Ivo Jansch Slides
Writing and Using PHP Streams and Sockets Elizabeth Smith Slides
Zend Framework Tutorial Rob Allen Slides
Design Patterns Jason Sweat Slides
NoSQL: Why, How and When Benjamin Young Slides
Optimizing MySQL Essentials Ligaya Turmelle Slides
Debugging - Rules and Tools Ian Barber Slides
PHP Development in the Cloud Ivo Jansch Slides
Optimizing a Zend Framework application Rob Allen Slides
PHP go VROOM Elizabeth Smith Slides
First Class APIs Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson Slides
Mobile Development Shaun Farrell Slides
Profiling PHP Applications Derick Rethans Slides
Building Mobile Applications With JavaScript and PHP Edward Finkler Slides
Test Driven Development Live! Jason Sweat Slides
Why be Normal – Introduction to Normalization Ligaya Turmelle Slides
Open a Window, see the clouds Rafael Dohms Slides
Securing Your API Jason Austin Slides
Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Titanium Vance Lucas Slides
Doctrine Optimization Anna Filina Slides
Unit testing Zend Framework (The Sequel) Michelangelo van Dam Slides
HTML5 Websockets Scott Mattocks Slides
N Things You Didn’t Know Apache Could Do Rich Bowen Slides
ZeroMQ Is The Answer Ian Barber Slides
Frontend Caching — The New Frontier Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson Slides
Developing and Deploying High Performance PHP Applications Christopher Jones Slides
Of (PHP) Sessions, Cookies, and Authentication Gerard Sychay Slides
Write PHP, Deploy Everywhere Michelangelo van Dam Slides
The Last Authentication System You Will Ever Write Jason Austin Slides
Your App Runs In the Cloud, But Does It Scale? Peter C. Laudati Slides
Accessing Web Resources with PHP Matthew Turland Slides
Geolocation and Maps with PHP Derick Rethans Slides
Best Practice in Web Service Design Lorna Jane Mitchell Slides
Think Like an Ant, Distribute the Workload. Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson Slides
Stackbox CMS: Next-Generation Content Management Vance Lucas Slides
JavaScript Tools and Frameworks Faves Anna Filina Slides
Write A Better FM Rich Bowen Slides
Creating Desktop Applications with Titanium and PHP Matthew Turland Slides
In the Shadow of the Ninja: Biding Your Time While You Plot Your Coup Zachary Burnham Slides
Real-time Communications on the Web Scott Mattocks Slides
APIs with FRAPI David Coallier Slides
Teaching Your Machine to Find Fraudsters Ian Barber Slides
Xdebug Derick Rethans Slides
Teach A Man To Fish: Coaching Development Teams Lorna Jane Mitchell Slides
Who’s Using Your Software? Gerard Sychay Slides

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