Hello and welcome to php[tek] 2018 — the premier PHP conference and annual homecoming for the PHP Community. This conference will be our 13th annual, and php[architect] and One for All Events are excited to continue to host the event in Atlanta!


Docker for PHP Developers
Workshop by Chris Tankersley
Evolution of PHP Security
Workshop by Eric Mann
Introduction to Event Sourcing and CQRS
Workshop by Beau Simensen
Mastering REST API Tests With Codeception
Workshop by Michael Bodnarchuk
Scaling MongoDB
Workshop by Derick Rethans
Little Bobby Tables Isn't Welcome Here
Workshop by Eric Mann
Practical Hands-On Accessibility Testing
Workshop by Nic Steenhout
Biometrics: Fantastic Failure Point of the Future
Talk by Adam Englander
Dragging Old Frameworks Into the Future With Limited Kicking and Screaming
Talk by Joe Ferguson
Building for the PHP Command Line Interface
Talk by Steve Grunwell
Syncing Validation Constraints Between the Server and Client
Talk by Betsy Gamrat
Effective Code Review
Talk by Dave Liddament
Managing Dependencies Is More Than "Composer Update"
Talk by Nils Adermann
Let's Get Random: Under the Hood of PHP 7's CSPRNG
Talk by Sammy Kaye Powers
Resilient Systems in PHP
Talk by Brian Sanders
IBM Watson & PHP, A Practical Demonstration
Talk by Clark Everetts
Developing a Culture of Mentorship
Talk by Tessa Kriesel
PHP 7.x – The New New PHP
Talk by Larry Garfield
What's New in Xdebug?
Talk by Derick Rethans
Making the Most out of MySQL
Talk by Gabriela Davila Ferrara
Accessibility and Security
Talk by Nic Steenhout
Greener Pastures: Infrastructure From the Ground Up
Talk by Steve Grunwell
Take Command
Talk by Betsy Gamrat
Give Great Interviews
Talk by Brian Sanders
Maintaining Homestead
Talk by Joe Ferguson
Modern Testing With Codeception: Tips and Tricks
Talk by Michael Bodnarchuk
As Easy as Falling off a Log (Or Writing to One)
Talk by Brent Laminack
Beat the Bugs, Before They Beat You
Talk by Dave Liddament
Composer Best Practices 2018
Talk by Nils Adermann
Cryptography Advances in PHP 7.2
Talk by Adam Englander
Gutenberg Comes to WordPress
Talk by Sal Ferrarello