PHP 8 is coming, and you might be wondering: what are the new features? Have they fixed that weird bug? Is my application getting any faster? Can I support both PHP 7 and 8 versions in my library or framework?
In this talk, we are going to spend some time looking at everything that has changed in PHP 8, both internally and externally, either new features and changes of behavior (Break Compatibility, you know them).
As one of the Release Managers, Gabriel Caruso is going to tell you all about it, giving you the resources to get the latest major version of PHP, that is scheduled for November 2020, up and running!


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Nice talk full of new stuffs about PHP 8, I also liked the "live answers to questions on chat"! Thanks Gabriel for this nice presentation

Quentin Bihet at 12:01 on 22 Oct 2020

Very good talk ! And PHP 8 is a great new version !

Very nice and full of useless stuff for PHP8, Thanks Gabriel

Very interesting, open a lot of questions and was very intriguing

Jordan Aubert at 12:14 on 22 Oct 2020

Thank you Gabriel very excited to use this version on new projects 🤞

Yann Eugoné at 13:05 on 22 Oct 2020

This was a very good talk. Thank you for the rush, and the time you left for questions.

Great presentation, this version is awesome =)

François D. at 16:13 on 22 Oct 2020

Very nice talk.

Amazing talk ! And I loved how Gabriel interracted with us, answering the chat while giving his talk. It felt very dynamic !

Good talk

Very clear explanations, now I want to get PHP 8 right now. The interactions with the chat were really nice :)

Flote at 17:45 on 23 Oct 2020

Good talk :)

Maxime Huran at 08:49 on 26 Oct 2020

Very useful talk ! Thanks Garbiel