What does Java, Python, Ruby,… have in common that PHP doesn’t? They are general purpose languages while PHP is primarily designed for web development!

That said, it means you can use PHP as a framework, but should you?

What are the consequences of going that way?

In this session, we are going to investigate the building blocks of frameworks (Routing, MVC, Dependency Injection,…) leveraging features that PHP provides natively and how a project can be realised with PHP as the only framework while respecting principles like: “Don’t reinvent the wheel”, KISS, DRY, YAGNI, …


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I like talks that challenge you to think differently and this talk is a good example. Some good info about the inner workings of PHP and how to make your app extremely fast.

Very interesting talk and presentation was great

Speaker knows PHP on lower lever and his perspective is what make this talk interesting. I liked this talk very much.

Dusan Lukic at 18:02 on 29 May 2017

One of the best talks, great all around knowledge.

Enjoyed the talk, had some nice insights. Back to basics of PHP!

Good points against using any one specific framework, but instead using bits and pieces you need from all the frameworks.

Bad thing about this talk was that it was right after the lunch, so most of our blood went from brain to stomach and a lot of people were having hard time staying awake. But talk was very interesting for the first part

Nenad Kozul at 02:40 on 2 Jun 2017

Something to think about before running Composer and including 50 dependencies while making a quick API. Yes, CPU and memory are cheap, but not that cheap.