There is a lot of good information shared at conferences and sadly not event 1% of developers who identify themselves as PHP developers, ever get to attend one. This makes me sad. So I'm trying something new. [...] I went through the PHP conferences from the second-half of this year and picked out 6 that really stood out. This was a very difficult task; the PHP community and conferences are blessed with a bounty of great talks and speakers. The criteria I used was topics, joind.in score, and speaker. I tried to find talks that were on topics that are of interest to developers, that others liked, and that were given by speakers I know, and know do a good job.
This one-day virtual event is happening December 21st (a Friday) and is made up of six different talks from six different speakers:
- Designing Beautiful Software - Matthew Weier O'Phinney
- Cryptography For The Average Developer - Anthony Ferrara
- Your code sucks, let's fix it. - Rafael Dohms
- Building a Firehose - Ian Barber
- From POX to HATEOAS, A Real Company's Journey Building a RESTful API - Luke Stokes
You can pick up your ticket to attend for just $50 USD as a regular attendee (or voice only for those that just want to listen in). There's also an option for an "Office Party" for $100 USD if you have more than a few folks that would like to attend.