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Meetup for the PHP-Usergroup Hamburg

SPECIAL! This time all presentations in english, so tell your non german speaking co-workers and friends.

Open at 18:30, presentations will start at 19:00

 

We have two interesting technical talks for you and also some special information about upcoming events.

 

Special 1:

Anyone who is interested to take a sneak peak at game development is invited to join the InnoGames Game Jam. Frank Sons will give some information about this event.

 

Special 2: So Coded

A new conference in Hamburg? You'll get some exclusive information about the planned So Coded conference in September from Ole Michaelis.

 

Talk 1: An Introduction to developing and deploying with Composer

We are very glad to have Till Klampäckel visiting us from Berlin and giving us an introduction into composer.

Abstract:

  • Creating a package/application
  • Defining dependencies (high-level intro to composer.json)
  • Private vs. public code
  • Running your own composer repository

 

Talk 2: An auto-sharding Database Cluster in a Nutshell

Ulf Wendel told me I should remind everyone to bring their soldering iron! Actually I have no idea why, as I wasn't attending this interesting talk on the IPC 2013. But make sure you'll have one with you ;-)

Abstract:
Auto-sharding, five-nines high availability, scalability, SQL but not only SQL interfaces and extreme throughput of 4 billion read transactions per minute - that's MySQL Cluster. Improvements such as condition push down to speed-up cross shard queries and easier maintenance make it attractive for web usage. Can it be explained in a nutshell and run in a briefcase?

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