Your script is constantly waiting. For the database, the e-mail server, the HTTP server of any service, a file from the disk or even for the RAM. And with it the customers wait.

I want to show how with an asynchronous architecture, RabbitMQ and ReactPHP the waiting time is significantly shortened and that sometimes you do not have to wait.

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Harro Verton at 17:19 on 23 Oct 2021

I felt a bit left hanging due to the lack of depth in the talk, but for developers new to async processing, it's worth hearing.

Example led talk.
Speaker spoke quite fast, but I think I caught everything!
He introduced us to the ReactPHP library. Mentioned that it is named after the reactor design pattern that it's based upon, I'll need to look up that pattern later.
Very informative.

James Titcumb at 19:56 on 25 Oct 2021

Fast paced, but didn't really go much into the nitty gritty of how React PHP does its async work. Fine for a general perspective & example use case though, and kept it interesting with great examples.