PHP has evolved massively since its first days, and it's on the road to a full-featured language. However, at the same time, there is a lot of outdated information and libraries with poorly written code.

This talk is about writing PHP Code that is: safe, robust, and maintainable. We are going to cover a set of rules, that if you follow them; they will get you on the habit of writing code well.


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Interesting presentation reminding about good practices. Also good to know about phpstan and php insights.

Niki Foth at 10:07 on 10 Nov 2019

Interesting lecture on the defensive approach, really enjoyed it!

Nuno did a really good job explaining good practices of code and how his tool, PHP Insights can help you automate that.

Something that I think that Nuno can improve his presentation is the way that he speaks. For a couple of moments, I felt that I was in a videocast instead of a presentation. Trying to be more natural should help him with that.

Oliver Nybroe at 18:52 on 11 Nov 2019

Great talk about how to keep your code safe.
It makes a ton of sense and I love following the principal's he taught us.