The Midwest PHP Conference started in 2012 with the idea of bringing experts from around the globe to Minneapolis for two days to share best practices, ideas, and techniques about building state-of-the-art software applications.

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Friday, 4th March 2016

API Development Framework Devops Other
09:00

The Code Manifesto: Empowering Our Community

Graham Daniels

09:00
10:00

Building Great APIs

Ben Ramsey

Dependency Injection for Beginners

John Kelly

Adventures in Laravel 5

Joe Ferguson

10:00
11:00

Services in the Enterprise: How Not to Fail

Mike Stowe

Demystifying Object-Oriented Programming

Alena Holligan

Everything You Need To Know to Be Comfortable With WordPress

David Hayes

11:00
13:00

Building Real-Time Data Pipelines

Samantha QuiƱones

Data Structures in PHP

Matthew Turland

Drupal 8: The Crash Course

Larry Garfield

13:00
14:00

The Hidden Architecture of the Domain

Woody Gilk

Build middleware applications with Zend Framework 3

Enrico Zimuel

ELK: Ruminating on logs

Mathew Beane

14:00
15:00

Websockets and Event-driven Programming with ReactPHP

Steve Meyers

Best Practices for Framework-Agnostic Code

Jonathan Eskew

How Long Will It Take? - Estimation Methods To Answer The Impossible Question

Jared

15:00

Saturday, 5th March 2016

Other Development Framework Testing Devops Database Security
09:00

Be a Bold Coder

Beth Tucker Long

PHP 7: The New New PHP

Larry Garfield

Laravel Forge: Hello World to Hello Production

Joe Ferguson

09:00
10:00

Behat: Beyond the Basics

Jessica Mauerhan

Containers and Docker for the PHP developer

Robert McFrazier

Polyglot Persistence - using the best DB for the job

Ryan Boyd

10:00
11:00

Rethinking Loops

John Kary

Mocking with Mockery

Ben Ramsey

The Many Flavors of NoSQL

Bradley Holt

11:00
13:00

Lessons in Load Testing: Using PHP to load test your site and APIs

Jason Lotito

Manage Your Content with Elasticsearch

Samantha QuiƱones

Introducing the OWASP Top 10

Gary Hockin

13:00
14:00

Debugging: past, present and future

Derick Rethans

Encryption, authentication and data integrity in PHP

Enrico Zimuel

14:00
15:00

Going Pro

Cal Evans

15:00