The highlight of the European PHP calendar, this year's Dutch PHP Conference will be held on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th June 2010 in Amsterdam. With a tutorial day on 10th June and a unconference track included, this promises to be the best event yet!


Quality Assurance in PHP Projects
Workshop by Sebastian Bergmann
Zend Framework Application Patterns - Part 2
Workshop by Matthew Weier O'Phinney
PHP through the eyes of a hoster
Talk by Thijs Feryn
Premature Optimization Mistakes
Talk by Ilia Alshanetsky
The Cake Is A Lie
Talk by Sebastian Bergmann
Working with Zend_Form
Talk by Rob Allen
Scrum in the Wild
Talk by Mike van Riel
Technical Debt
Talk by Elizabeth Naramore Barron
Graphics with Cairo
Talk by Michael MacLean
The Art of Scalability
Talk by Lorenzo Alberton
Multithreading in PHP
Talk by Dimitriy Remerov
Under PHP's hood
Talk by Johannes Schlüter
Database version control without pain
Talk by Harrie Verveer
Writing Re-usable, RESTful Web Services with Zend Framework
Talk by Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Matthew Weier O'Phinney
Advanced Git
Talk by David Soria Parra
Testing untestable code
Talk by Stephan Hochdörfer
Agile PHP Software Development
Talk by Thorsten Rinne
Real World Dependency Injection
Talk by Stephan Hochdörfer
Starting Continuous Integration, Why and How?
Talk by Martin de Keijzer
Stress-free deployment
Talk by Rob Allen
Embracing Constraints with CouchDB
Talk by David Zuelke
Where in the world: Geo data in PHP
Talk by Marcus Deglos
APC & Memcache the High Performance Duo
Talk by Ilia Alshanetsky
Design for Scalability with Hierarchical MVC
Talk by Sam de Freyssinet
Technical Writing 101
Talk by Elizabeth Naramore Barron
Content Driven ACL in the Model Layer (ZF)
Talk by Jeroen Keppens
In Search Of... Integrating Site Search
Talk by Ian Barber
iPhone Apps With HTML5
Talk by Thorsten Rinne
Building on Cairo
Talk by Michael MacLean
Domain NoSQL: Next Generation Models
Talk by Matthew Weier O'Phinney
Doctrine 2
Talk by Benjamin Eberlei, Juozas Kaziukėnas
Reviewing PHP Code
Talk by Sebastian Bergmann