Venue: Sainsburys, 33 Holborn, London, EC1N 2HT
Note: There will be members of Sainsbury's staff who will be able to help you to the correct room.
7:00-7:30 - Informal drinks, snacks and chat
7:30-7:35 - Welcome & group announcements
7:40-8:30 - Talk:
Talk: Preemptive multitasking using coroutines in PHP Swoole
PHP Swoole enables PHP developers to write high-performance, scalable, concurrent TCP, UDP, Unix socket, HTTP, WebSocket services in PHP programming language.
Compared with other async programming frameworks or software such as Nginx, Tornado, Node.js, Swoole has the built-in async, coroutines, multiple threads I/O modules.
Preemptive scheduling is the key to building a high performance, low latency, near the real-time system.
Compared with other programming languages or frameworks, PHP Swoole is one of the very few supports preemptive multitasking using coroutines.
This talk we like to introduce the coroutines in PHP Swoole and the implementation of a multitasking coroutines scheduler in PHP Swoole.
Speaker: Bruce Dou
Bruce Dou is one of the maintainers of open source PHP Swoole, specialised in application performance optimization, system cost reduction, cloud migration, web infrastructure and large-scale system architecture.
Explore Group (https://www.explore-group.com) - The Explore Group has been helping companies recruit top talent in the ever-evolving world of technology since 2005. We've adapted alongside the changing IT market to become increasingly specialist enabling us to support our customers on their journey through the new digital economy.
Bud (https://thisisbud.com) - Bud solve real-world consumer problems using open banking technology, unparalleled data enrichment capabilities and a suite of connected financial services.
We'll also have 2 licences from JetBrains (https://www.jetbrains.com/products.html) for any of their products to raffle.
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