Open Source, PHP, and PIE ~ Larry Garfield
Sharing is how Open Source works.
Sucking at sharing is how Open Source dies.
PHP has long sucked at sharing. Cross-project collaboration was almost unheard of. Good reusable libraries were uncommon and hard to find. Leveraging 3rd party code was a hassle. Strong communities were isolated on their own islands.
That has changed, however. Years of work have brought a new promised land to PHP, and enabled cross-project cooperation like never before. It’s a new world, and one with new cultural expectations.
This session will explore how the PHP industry has transitioned from a series of gated communities to an integrated, collaborative environment and how the cultural expectations around developing for PHP have shifted, and what that means for your project.
Your Code Sucks! Five Tools for Evaluating the Quality of Your Code
You know you want to write great code, but how do you know what great code looks like? Using these tools, you’ll be able to figure out exactly what areas of your application are great, and which could use the most improvement. Plus, learn how to apply these tools on a daily basis in your development, automatically!