PHP UK is pleased to announce the 15th Annual PHP UK conference; a 2-day event with 4 great tracks held at at The Brewery, in the heart of the City of London.

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Wednesday, 19th February 2020

Workshop Track 1 Workshop Track 3 Workshop Track 2 Workshop Track 4 Social Track
09:00

Getting Started with Event-sourcing

Tim Huijzers

Deploying your first Micro-Service application to Kubernetes

Bastian Hofmann

REST easy with Api Platform

Antonio Peric-Mazar

Introduction to Test Driven Development Workshop

Mark Bradley

09:00
19:00

Object Reorientation

Christopher Riley

19:00

Thursday, 20th February 2020

Shopware Track Queen Charlotte Track Velocity Track Design Track
09:00

PHP, The Last True Open Source Language

Chris Tankersley

09:00
10:15

The La(te)st PHP 7 — What's new in PHP 7.4

Derick Rethans

Messy data != Messy code

Michelle Sanver

MySQL Indexes, Histograms, Locking Options, and Other Ways to Speed Up Your Queries

Dave Stokes

ATDD Bowling – A Practical BDD Workshop

John Behrens

10:15
11:30

In the world of Password123, be someone’s #@%^)*!

Ipsha Bhidonia

Serverless PHP applications with Bref

Matthieu Napoli

11:30
13:30

GraphQL API in PHP

Drishti Jain

Guidelines on Designing for Accessibility in UX Design

Christiana Unaeze

Coroutine based concurrency with PHP and Swoole

Bruce Dou

Getting started with Laravel

Jason McCreary

13:30
14:45

PHP Generics Today (almost)

Dave Liddament

Meet Johnny the Deployer

Georgiana Gligor

14:45
16:15

RTFM

Jessica Mauerhan

16:15

Friday, 21st February 2020

Shopware Track Queen Charlotte Track Velocity Track Design Track
09:00

Post Burnout Thoughts

Joel Lord

09:00
10:15

Killer Docker Workflows for Development

Chris Tankersley

What I Learned my First Year as a Full-time Programmer

Hilary Stohs-Krause

Build a GraphQL API with GraphQLite

David Négrier

My app is secure… I think

Wim Godden

10:15
11:30

PHP OPCache, Realpath Cache and Preloading

Jachim Coudenys

Testing Legacy Code: Safe Refactoring

Katy Ereira

11:30
13:30

Testing Hack with Hammock

Riya Dashoriya

Introduction to Time Series

David McKay

Highly Available Applications using Kubernetes and Managed Databases

Gabriela D'Ávila Ferrara

Building Modern APIs

Rob Allen

13:30
14:45

Containerization for Software Developers

Joel Lord

Static Code Analysis: Judging a Forest by Its Trees

Christian Rades

14:45
16:15

Apps, Stacks, and Frameworks: Avoiding “Shiny Object” Syndrome

Angel Rivera

16:15