The PHP Community has always stressed the importance of getting involved and sharing knowledge and best practices. At ZendCon you'll get a chance to step up and share your knowledge and skills with everyone at the conference by taking part in the ZendCon UnCon. UnCon sessions are run separately from the main tracks and provide an opportunity to share additional topics of interest . Whether you're an attendee, a conference speaker or sponsor, you're welcome to step up and share with the community.

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Tuesday, 18th October 2011

Sessions
07:00

Software Guilds RFC

Chuck Reeves

10:00

Podcast Interview

Michael Kimsal

14:45

Conference Speaking 101

Stefan Koopmanschap

12/15 Pro Tips for MySQL Users

Joshua Thijssen

15:05

Azure+ better PHP PaaS

Juozas Kaziuk─Śnas

15:25

Community Works

Michelangelo van Dam

16:00

Creating BPMN 2.0 Process Maps in PHP

Interactive Code Review

Sebastian Bergmann, Arne Blankaerts, Stefan Priebsch

Creating BPMN 2.0 Process Maps in PHP

Anonymous

16:20

Getting Started with MediaWiki Development

Rob Lanphier

16:40

Making dynamic sites scale like static sites

Wim Godden

17:15

Entrepreneurship with PHP Round Table

Michael Kimsal, Michelangelo van Dam

Ten years of PHPUnit

Sebastian Bergmann

17:35

Domain-Driven Design: A Collaboration Between Domain Experts and Software Practitioners

Bradley Holt

Wednesday, 19th October 2011

Sessions
11:00

Creating Fast, dynamic ACL's in Zend Framework

Wim Godden

Experiment-Driven Development with PHP

Stefan Priebsch

14:45

Mobile Web Apps with RadPHPXE2

Anonymous

Extending the ZS UI on your own Zend Server

Anonymous

15:25

Your Framework sucks!

Paul M. Jones

16:00

The Truth About Lambdas and Closures in PHP

Sharon Lee Levy

Continuous Deployment or Bust!

Chris Hartjes

16:20

Introducing Modules and Routes in Zend Framework 2.0

Ralph Schindler, Ben Scholzen, Evan Coury

17:15

Optimization tricks & mistakes to avoid

Ilia Alshanetsky

Thursday, 20th October 2011

Sessions
08:00

HTML 5 Websockets

Scott Mattocks

09:15

PHP in the Dark

Jeroen Keppens

10:30

Legacy 2 PHP

Crosspointe