Ibuildings is proud to organize the third Dutch PHP Conference on June 12 and 13. Plus a pre-conference tutorial day on June 11. 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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Thursday, 11th June 2009


Crash Course Security

Stefan Esser

Crash Course Certification

Christian Wenz

Zend Framework

Matthew Weier O'Phinney


Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson, Scott MacVicar

Friday, 12th June 2009


Running PHP on Embedded Devices - PHPing your Mobile Phone, NAS or Router

Michael Wittke

Grokking the REST Architectural Style

Ben Ramsey

The Easy Problems are the Hard Problems: An in-depth look at the easy/hard parts of web applications.

Paul Reinheimer

Advanced CouchDB

Jan Lehnardt

SPL, not a bridge too far

Michelangelo van Dam

8 Reasons Every PHP Developer Should Love JavaScript

Boy Baukema

All the Little Pieces: Distributed systems with PHP

Andrei Zmievski

Introduction to Silverlight for PHP developers

Kevin Dockx, Maarten Balliauw


Matthew Weier O'Phinney

Alternative Databases

Scott MacVicar

An Introduction to IBM WebSphere sMash for PHP Programmers

Jonathan Lawrence, Robin Fernandes

Keeping Web Applications Lean and Mean

Robert Brouwer

Secure Programming with the Zend Framework

Stefan Esser

Web Accessibility – A Primer

Christian Wenz

Surviving the Plan Crash (NU.nl)

Peter C. Verhage

PHP: People, Code, Ideas

Andrei Zmievski

Saturday, 13th June 2009


Making the Most of HTTP In Your Applications

Ben Ramsey

State & Ajax - How to Maintain Browser and Application State in an Asynchronous World

Paul Reinheimer

Caching for performance

Rob Allen

PHP on the D-BUS

Derick Rethans

Analysing PHP web applications with dtrace

David Soria Parra

PHP Compiler Internals

Sebastian Bergmann

Everything you always wanted to know about UTF-8 (but never dared to ask)

Juliette Reinders Folmer

Trees in the Database: advanced data structures

Lorenzo Alberton

What are you talking about? Document classification in PHP.

Ian Barber

Habits of Highly Scalable Web Applications

Eli White

Code & Release Management

Eli White

Building a platform from open source at Yahoo!

Dustin Whittle

Digg: The First Two Years

Owen Byrne

The Ivo and Cal Show (With friends)

Cal Evans, Ivo Jansch

Oracle InstallFest

Christopher Jones