ZendCon is coming, have you got your ticket? Click on inside, I’ll share a couple of reasons why you should attend.
Take a trip down memory lane as you think back to ZendCon’s past. Click on in, we’ve got memories, a chance at swag, and a really bad video. :)
The Call of Papers for ZendCon 2012 has officially opened and it’s a starter’s pistol heard round the world. Click on in for links that will help you put your best foot forward and give you the best chance of being accepted.
ZendCon is coming and the time to save on ticket prices is getting short! You know you want to go, so go ahead and get your ticket now. Click on inside, I’ll share the link.
Ah the memories of ZendCon…there are just so many of them. Great session, Keynotes that inspire you to think, and some of the parties can only be described as epic. Alumni, you know what I mean, so join us again and continue the tradition. Click on inside and get the details on how you can be apart of ZendCon again and save a few bucks in the process.
This is the ZendCon 2010 session recording of “Improving QA on PHP Projects” by Michelangelo van Dam.
Zend Framework 1.8 has improved and simplified how you can test your applications, providing you with excellent techniques to streamline your quality assurance processes and reduce your maintenance costs. Hear Michelangelo van Dam talk about how to best harness the unit testing features of Zend Framework.
The object-relational impedance mismatch makes persisting PHP objects in a relational database a daunting task. How about these new schemaless NoSQL databases? We will have a look at the problems involved with persisting PHP objects, and introduce design patterns that help solving these problems. Putting the patterns to good use, we will build a working PHP object persistence solution for MongoDB.
Community is all about getting involved and sharing knowledge and best practices. At ZendCon you’ll get a chance to step up and share your knowledge and skills to everyone at the conference with the ZendCon uncon. These Uncon sessions are run separately from the main tracks and are open for everyone. Wether you’re an attendee, a conference speaker, a sponsor or part of the conference organization, you’re welcome to step up and share with the community.
PHP is used all over the world and for all sorts of interesting projects. So it is no surprise that ZendCon pulls speakers from acorss the globe. One of the speakers coming from afar is Ivo Jansch. Fresh off his role at CTO for Ibuildings, Ivo is now stepping out on his own and has started egeniq. Since Ivo will be with us again this year for ZendCon, I thought I would catch up with him and ask him…3 Questions.