So-called "asynchronous" patterns in languages like NodeJS or Scala have gained a lot of traction for their performance profiles in handling concurrent requests and saturating CPU resources. But did you know libev and other event-driven patterns are available in PHP? In this talk, I walk through what an evented architecture is, some of the pitfalls when using one, and how PHP's implementation can solve these problems.


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Tim Lytle at 11:51 on 21 Sep 2018

Excellent talk and Jesse is both passionate and knowledgeable about the topic. A very down to earth look at how you could change from the standard linear perspective of PHP applications, why you might want to, and how PHP has been able to do this for a while.

Organizers, accept this talk if it's submitted, you won't be sorry.

Joseph Lavin at 13:18 on 21 Sep 2018

Jesse is very energetic and a blast to watch. The subject was very challenging but was broken down in a way that made sense.

Fantastic. Some presentations are praised for their technical content. Some are praised because of the presenter's presentation skills. This should be praised highly for both. He also did a great subject with the setup for a challenging topic.

Lance at 11:15 on 25 Sep 2018

I never get tired of Jesse talking about tech. Oh, and the presentation was good too. Disclaimer: I work with Jesse D. He brings that passion to work everyday. I'm glad people got to absorb some of his positive energy. Well done sir. Also, your intro theme music was on point. (Deadmau5's 4ware for those that didn't know.)