Come to Manchester and join in this year's fabulous PHPNW conference. Building on the success of previous years, we have a bigger schedule, a bigger venue, more great content and hopefully more fun than ever! With speakers from across the PHP sphere and its allied technologies, there is something for everyone at this event, and always someone to talk tech to if you want to.

Slides

Building a Zend Framework 2 Application
Workshop by Rob Allen
Web Services
Workshop by Lorna Mitchell
How to Stand on the Shoulders of Giants
Keynote by Ian Barber
Magic behind number - software metrics in practice
Talk by Sebastian Marek
REST and the Hypermedia Constraint: A Case Study
Talk by Ben Longden
Why you should be using and contributing to OpenStreetMap and not GoogleMaps.
Talk by Derick Rethans
Conference Speaking 101
Talk by Stefan Koopmanschap
Join In With Joind.In
Talk by Lorna Mitchell
PHP Extensions, why and what?
Talk by Derick Rethans
Doctrine 2
Talk by Juozas Kaziuk─Śnas
Template-Based DOCX, DOC & PDF Generation with the Zend Framework
Talk by Jonathan Maron
Deploying PHP applications with Phing
Talk by Michiel Rook
Varnish your PHP application, make it fly!
Talk by Alistair Stead
Acceptance & Integration Testing Using Behat
Talk by Ben Waine
A Practical Look At Symfony2
Talk by Stefan Koopmanschap
Estimation - or How to Dig your own Grave
Talk by Rowan Merewood
University Education: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
Talk by Ben Nuttall
Making your views stupid
Talk by Matt Button
Developers! Y U NO open source your code?
Talk by Craig Marvelley
Are Your Tests Really Helping?
Talk by Laura Beth Denker
CLI, the other SAPI
Talk by Thijs Feryn
DocBlox: your source matters
Talk by Mike van Riel
Introducing Quality Management - A practical approach
Talk by Lineke Kerckhoffs-Willems
Anti-CMS Evolved
Talk by Michael Nolan
Feeling secure? - notes from the field
Talk by Paul Lemon
Social Media Integration
Talk by Matthew Kellett
Git for Subversion users
Talk by Stefan Koopmanschap
Using URL Design To Create Better Web Sites
Talk by Walter Ebert
Stop wasting time by applying Clean Code principles
Talk by Volker Dusch