php|tek is a PHP conference like no other; it brings together great technology content and great people, and mixes them up in a wonderful cocktail of PHP fun.

Schedule

Tuesday 24th May 2011

09:00 Mobile for PHP Developers
Talk by Ivo Jansch
Writing and Using PHP Streams and Sockets
Talk by Elizabeth Marie Smith
Zend Framework Tutorial
Talk by Rob Allen
13:00 Design Patterns
Talk by Jason E. Sweat
Optimizing MySQL Essentials
Talk by Ligaya Turmelle
NoSQL: Why, How and When
Workshop by Benjamin Young

Wednesday 25th May 2011

10:10 Debugging - Rules and Tools
Talk by Ian Barber
PHP Development in the Cloud
Talk by Ivo Jansch
Rated 5
9
Pragmatic Guide to Git
Talk by Travis Swicegood
11:10
Rated 4
12
Mobile Apps with PHP: From Flex to jQuery Mobile
Talk by Ryan Stewart
Optimizing a Zend Framework application
Talk by Rob Allen
PHP go VROOM
Talk by Elizabeth Marie Smith
13:00 First Class APIs
Talk by Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson
Mobile Development
Talk by Shaun Farrell
Profiling PHP Applications
Talk by Derick Rethans
14:00 Building Mobile Applications With JavaScript and PHP
Talk by Ed Finkler
Test Driven Development Live!
Talk by Jason E. Sweat
Why be Normal – Introduction to Normalization
Talk by Ligaya Turmelle
15:00
Rated 5
3
Drupal as an Application Development Platform
Talk by Adam Kalsey
Open a Window, see the clouds
Talk by Rafael Dohms
Securing Your API
Talk by Jason Austin
16:00 Cross-Platform Mobile Development with Titanium
Talk by Vance Lucas
Doctrine Optimization
Talk by Anna Filina
Unit testing Zend Framework (The Sequel)
Talk by Michelangelo van Dam
17:00
Rated 5
8
Introducing Zend Framework 2.0
Talk by Matthew Weier O'Phinney
Rated 4
4
Parallelized, asynchronous, and edge-friendly development patterns
Talk by David Strauss
Rated 5
2
The Story of Spaz: How to Give Away Everything, Make No Money, and Still Win
Talk by Ed Finkler

Thursday 26th May 2011

09:00
Rated 5
20
Open Source Communities and Chocolate Chip Cookies
Keynote by Elizabeth Naramore
10:10 HTML5 Websockets
Talk by Scott Mattocks
N Things You Didn’t Know Apache Could Do
Talk by Rich Bowen
ZeroMQ Is The Answer
Talk by Ian Barber
11:10 Frontend Caching — The New Frontier
Talk by Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson
Rated 4
5
Git’s Meat Cleavers: Rebasing, bisecting, and other fun with Git
Talk by Travis Swicegood
Rated 4
2
Learn to use Jenkins (formerly Hudson) for testing, deployment, and devops process automation
Talk by David Strauss
13:00 Developing and Deploying High Performance PHP Applications
Talk by Christopher Jones
Of (PHP) Sessions, Cookies, and Authentication
Talk by gerard sychay
Write PHP, Deploy Everywhere
Talk by Michelangelo van Dam
14:00
Rated 3
17
Node.js for PHP Developers
Talk by David Coallier
The Last Authentication System You Will Ever Write
Talk by Jason Austin
Your App Runs In the Cloud, But Does It Scale?
Talk by Peter C. Laudati
15:00 Accessing Web Resources with PHP
Talk by Matthew Turland
Rated 5
13
Designing Beautiful Software
Talk by Matthew Weier O'Phinney
Geolocation and Maps with PHP
Talk by Derick Rethans
16:00 Best Practice in Web Service Design
Talk by Lorna Mitchell
Rated 5
3
Beyond the Browser: Adding voice, SMS, and IM to your web applications
Talk by Adam Kalsey
Think Like an Ant, Distribute the Workload.
Talk by Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson
17:00 Stackbox CMS: Next-Generation Content Management
Talk by Vance Lucas
JavaScript Tools and Frameworks Faves
Talk by Anna Filina
Write A Better FM
Talk by Rich Bowen

Friday 27th May 2011

09:00 Creating Desktop Applications with Titanium and PHP
Talk by Matthew Turland
In the Shadow of the Ninja: Biding Your Time While You Plot Your Coup
Talk by Zachary Burnham
Real-time Communications on the Web
Talk by Scott Mattocks
10:00 APIs with FRAPI
Talk by David Coallier
Teaching Your Machine to Find Fraudsters
Talk by Ian Barber
Xdebug
Talk by Derick Rethans
11:00
Rated 4
3
Improving QA on PHP Development Projects
Talk by Michelangelo van Dam
Teach A Man To Fish: Coaching Development Teams
Talk by Lorna Mitchell
Who’s Using Your Software?
Talk by gerard sychay
13:00
Rated 5
2
Closing Remarks: Communities & Responsibilities
Keynote by Keith Casey