PHP is for sure one of the best programming languages and technologies for web development and web business. It is especially reliable in times of economic downturn with its strength being efficient, maintainable and highly scalable. And these are just some of the reasons, why PHP is driving a majority of todays web applications.

Schedule

Sunday 15th November 2009

00:00 Professional XML with PHP
Talk by Arne Blankerts, Tobias Schlitt
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Scrum - Just do it!
Talk by Sebastian Schürmann, Dominik Jungowski
An Introduction to MapReduce
Workshop by David Zuelke
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Unit Testing für Dummies
Workshop by Lars Jankowfsky, Thorsten Rinne
Hands-on Eclipse PDT 2.0
Workshop by Bastian Feder

Monday 16th November 2009

00:00 Continuous Inspection and Integration of PHP Projects
Talk by Sebastian Bergmann, Stefan Priebsch
Web Application Architecture
Talk by Stefan Priebsch
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Essential PHP for the Java/.NET Developer
Talk by Ralph Schindler
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Better Know a Version: PHP 5.3, Volume One
Talk by David Zuelke, Johannes Schlüter
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Better Know a Version: PHP 5.3, Volume Two
Talk by David Zuelke, Johannes Schlüter
Onboarding PHP Applications to the Cloud
Talk by Tobias Kunze Briseño
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NetBeans IDE - The choice for PHP development
Talk by Oliver Mueller
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Towards the Cloud: Event-driven Architectures in PHP
Talk by Benjamin Eberlei
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Xdebug — PHP developer's Swiss-Army Knife
Talk by Derick Rethans
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Fix your Architecture!
Talk by Thorsten Rinne
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Design Patterns for PHP Developers
Talk by Cal Evans
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Getting involved with the PHP Project
Talk by Scott MacVicar
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Design Patterns for PHP Developers
Talk by Cal Evans
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PHP in the Cloud
Keynote by Ralph Schindler

Tuesday 17th November 2009

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SQL Server 2008 und SQL Server Express für den Webentwickler
Talk by Steffen Krause
XPath - A practical guide
Talk by Arne Blankerts, Tobias Schlitt
Validating XML - Avoiding the pain
Talk by Arne Blankerts, Tobias Schlitt
How to achieve more with less code
Talk by Stefan Priebsch
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Extending Zend Framework and Extending with Zend Framework
Talk by Ralph Schindler
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Code smells in PHP
Talk by Dagfinn Reiersøl
Indexing the MySQL Index: Guide to Performance Enhancement
Talk by Sonali Minocha, Vineet Agrawal
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MySQL Performance Tuning for DBAs
Talk by Sonali Minocha
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Vorstellung von OpenSocial
Talk by Frank Ruske
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Zend Framework and the CLI
Talk by Cal Evans
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Lessons learned: Experience from the Front Line
Talk by Scott MacVicar
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Zend Framework and the CLI
Talk by Cal Evans
Softwaremetriken verstehen und nutzen
Talk by Kore Nordmann, Manuel Pichler
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The future of web technologies
Keynote by Patrick Lauke

Wednesday 18th November 2009

00:00 Analyzing PHP Code
Talk by Sebastian Bergmann
The State of Quality Assurance Tools for PHP
Talk by Sebastian Bergmann
Stress-free Deployment
Talk by Rob Allen
Caching for Performance
Talk by Rob Allen
The state of SOAP in PHP
Talk by David Zuelke
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Caching, sharding, distributing - Scaling best practices
Talk by Lars Jankowfsky
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Unit-Testing Bad-Practices by Example
Talk by Benjamin Eberlei
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How to finally test your Legacy Code Nightmares
Talk by Benjamin Eberlei
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Reliable Acceptance Testing
Talk by Dagfinn Reiersøl
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PHP on the D-BUS
Talk by Derick Rethans
Debugging PHP with xDebug inside of Eclipse PDT 2.0
Talk by Bastian Feder
PHPillow and CouchDB and PHP
Talk by Kore Nordmann
Charsets & Encodings
Talk by Kore Nordmann, Manuel Pichler