Following seven successful PHP conferences, the team supporting the North West UK Conference are well practiced and have already sprung into action preparing for this year’s October event.

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Friday, 2nd October 2015

Tutorial Day AM Tutorial Day PM
09:00

Test legacy apps with Behat

Antonis Pavlakis

09:00
14:00

TDD with PhpSpec

Ciaran McNulty

14:00

Saturday, 3rd October 2015

Track 1 Track 2 Track 3 Unconference
09:45

Opening Keynote: Stealing People Lessons from Artificial Intelligence

Meri Williams

09:45
10:45

What To Expect from PHP7

Lorna Mitchell

One Extension, Three Engines

Derick Rethans

Pipeline Architectures

Michael Heap

Docker at the Home Office

Billie Thompson

10:45
11:10

Are you a good Code Scout

Matt Cockayne

11:10
11:35

How to make a kickass meetup group for £20

Andy Burgin

11:35
12:00

A First Look at ZF3

Rob Allen

Better Late Than Never: Scalar Type Hints in PHP 7

Andrea Faulds

Dependency Injection and Dependency Inversion in PHP

James Mallison

Measuring Maintainability; Software metrics explained

Dennis de Greef

12:00
12:25

Strip your TEXT field

Gabriela D'Ávila Ferrara

12:25
12:50

Imposter Syndrome: have I been faking it for this time?

Mark Bradley

12:50
14:00

Dotting your i's and crossing your t's - How to Make Good Code Great

Juliette Reinders Folmer

Writing Interactive User Interfaces with PHP & React.js

Justin Carmony

Diving into HHVM Extensions

James Titcumb

THE PHP FRAMEWORK ENGINE

Paul Dragoonis

14:00
14:25

How to Migrate Anything with DDD

Gabriel Somoza

14:25
14:50

PHP FIG: The PSRs you don't know about

Michael Cullum

14:50
15:00

HTTP/2.0 101 Introduction

Bastian Hofmann

Driving Design through Examples

Ciaran McNulty

Introducing A Quality Model For MVC Applications

Stuart Herbert

15:00
15:15

Easy OpenStreetMap POI maps with Clusterpoint

Endijs Lisovskis

15:15
15:40

Controlling Arduino

Thomas Weinert

15:40
16:20

Hello, PSR-7.

Beau Simensen

PHPUnit IV.III - Return of the tests

Michelangelo Van Dam

You Attended Talk: an introduction to event sourcing

Christopher Riley

Usability for developers

Liam Wiltshire

16:20

Sunday, 4th October 2015

Track 1 Track 2 Track 3
09:00

200K+ reasons why security is a must

Michelangelo Van Dam

Getting things done with ElasticSearch

Thijs Feryn

Are you a good Code Scout

Matt Cockayne

09:00
09:55

Secure your web application with two-factor authentication

Rob Allen

Magic with the PHP database connector mysqlnd

Andrew Moore

phpBB, Meet Symfony

Michael Cullum

09:55
11:10

Scaling & Managing Asynchronous Workers (and staying sane!)

Justin Carmony

Ways To Measure Your ORM's Cost

Stuart Herbert

Mental Health, Open Source and You

Mike Bell

11:10
12:05

Closing Keynote: Developers are just like humans

Stefan Koopmanschap

12:05