I attended the PHP UK conference 2010 on Friday. Unfortunately the event took place in one day, so there were three talks at each time slot in different rooms. I had to choice the most promising each time. It was a pity to have some very interesting ones at the same time (like AntiPHPatterns and RDBMS, or DB optimisation and the PHP 5.3). Fortunately, I’ve already found almost all the slides and notes online.
I choose the excellent PHP-strictly-related talks of S.Priebsch, F.Potencier and J.Schlüter as well as the good Seguy’s talk about security (and the quite unsatisfying Hudson’s talk).
Some interesting comments on joindin.
The lost art of simplicity – Josh Holmes
slides + transcript
RDBMS in the social networks age – Lorenzo Alberton
AntiPHPatterns – Stefan Priebsch
Would you like docs with that? – Stefan Koopmanschap
Database optimisation – Remo Biagioni
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PHP 5.3 in practice (dependency injection and lambda/closures)- Fabien Potencier
Living with legacy code – Rowan Merewood
PHPillow & CouchDB & PHP – Kore Nordmann
‘In search of…’ – integrating site search systems – Ian Barber
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Regex-fu – Juliette Folmer
Best practices in web service design – Lorna Mitchell
Hidden features – from core to PECL – Johannes Schlüter
Cloud computing for PHP using the Windows Azure SDK – Rob Allen
Web and mobile application monetisation models – Chuck Hudson
PHP code audits – Damien Seguy
PHP on the D-BUS – Derick Rethans