PHP Meetup

This is a past event

21 people went

Price:
 $3.00
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Details

September is already here. As you may know, September is the month of the meetups. The second meetup in September is about no frameworks and PHP with Jenkins.

Note: Foo Café would like to keep track of how many people coming to be able to buy food for everyone. Please do also sign up at http://foocafe.org/stockholm/events/1960-php-autumn-meetup

# The talks

## Why and how to Jenkins with PHP (by Niklas Modess)

Can you tell how healthy your code is by looking at it? Do you continuously make sure it's doing well and make improvements for its well being? If you're not doing Continuous Integration (CI), the answer to these questions are probably no. Jenkins is the number 1 free and open source continuous integration platform and we'll take a look at how it plays nicely with our PHP applications, for happier and healthier code.

## Symfony without the framework bundle (by Tobias Nyholm)

You may have heard people saying that ”Frameworks are bad” or ”Symfony is slow”. It is time to investigate why those people are saying that. We want to see if they are really smart or just stuck in the past.

This talk will go over performance to see what you can do to make an application run faster. (There are no quick fixes) We will also see how we can build applications that responds in less that 15ms and then work towards even faster than that.

# Schedule
17.30: Doors open
18.10: Why and how to Jenkins with PHP
18.45: Break
19.00: Symfony without the framework bundle
20.00: We go to a bar close by

# This meetup is a paid event
We charge 29 SEK and are doing that for two reasons:

- We want to be able to buy giveaways like stickers, books, and T-shirts
- We want to have a budget to pay for speakers from other countries

We will not pay any salary to the organizers. This meetup is organized by a non-profit association (ideell förening) and we exist for its members.

# Join us
Join us on Slack (https://phpse.stamplayapp.com/) or be a member of PHP Sweden (http://phpse.org/)