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Web & PHP Conference:
Speaker Interview - Stefan Priebsch
August 13, 2013 @ 10:19:18

The Web & PHP Conference site has posted a mini-interview with Stefan Priebsch, one of the speakers at their upcoming conference.

Over the past week we've been taking a moment to get to know a little more about the speakers we have lined up for Web & PHP Con 2013. We know they're a great bunch of people but we want you to know that too! So what better way to get to know a little bit about them, their session and what they're most looking forward to at the event than with a short Q & A. So, without further ado, let us introduce Stefan Priebsch.

He answers questions about the talks he'll be presenting, how he first got involved in development and what he's looking forward to most about the event. You can find out more about the conference on its site including dates and how to register for free entry.

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The PHP.cc:
A Framework is No Architecture
June 20, 2013 @ 09:52:08

On the PHP.cc site today Stefan Priebsch has shared a video of a presentation he made called "A Framework Is No Architecture":

Back in April I presented a keynote titled "A Framework Is No Architecture" at the Inspiring Flow conference. [...] Frameworks solve common problems, and thus allow rapid application development. Agile and incremental software development, however, does not magically create architectures as you go. We will prove the point that your favourite framework does not provide you with an application architecture, and analyze what implications this has.

You can watch the video in-page or over on YouTube if you'd like a bit larger view.

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Link: http://thephp.cc/viewpoints/blog/2013/06/a-framework-is-no-architecture

7PHP.com:
Interview with Stefan Priebsch - A Co-Founder Of The PHP Consulting Company aka thePHP.cc
March 18, 2013 @ 11:52:22

On 7PHP.com today there's a new community interview, this time with Stefan Priebsch, one of the founders of thePHP.cc and well-known speaker.

In this edition I talked with [Stefan Priebsch @spriebsch] who is one of the Elite members of The PHP Consulting Company, thePHP.cc. He is regarded as a highly knowledgeable gentleman, has rewritten an array of books related to Software Development and software life cycles; in short Stefan is an acclaimed expert for PHP software development. One of his talks which I highly recommend is "Why MVC is not an application architecture". Fortunately it's a video, so you will be able to both see and hear Stefan talk about it.

They talk about Stefan's current involvement with the language and community as well as some of his own past. Topics include:

  • How he sees the state of PHP now versus when he started with the language
  • What kinds of tools he uses for his development and debugging
  • What he likes and dislikes about the language
  • Some of his good (and bad) moments in the community and at conferences

You can read the full interview here.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon Sessions Episode 037 Why MVC is not an Application Architecture
February 11, 2011 @ 12:51:23

On the Zend Developer Zone today they've published the latest of their "ZendCon Sessions" series of podcasts. In this latest episode Stefan Priebsch talks about why MVC isn't actually an application architecture.

Welcome to the ZendCon 2010 edition of the ZendCon Sessions. The ZendCon Sessions are live recordings of sessions that have been given at previous Zend Conferences. Combined with the slides, they can be the next best thing to having attended the conference itself. [...] This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2010 in Santa Clara, CA and features Stefan Priebsch giving his talk: "Why MVC is not an Application Architecture"

You can either listen to this latest episode via the in-page player or you can download the mp3 of the session to listen at your leisure. You can also see the slides over on slideshare.

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Zend Developer Zone:
ZendCon 2010 Podcast - A New Approach to Object Persistence in PHP
January 11, 2011 @ 13:05:50

On the Zend Developer Zone there's a new post sharing the latest episode of their ZendCon 2010 sessions series - a talk from Stefan Priebsch about object persistence in PHP.

The object-relational impedance mismatch makes persisting PHP objects in a relational database a daunting task. How about these new schemaless NoSQL databases? We will have a look at the problems involved with persisting PHP objects, and introduce design patterns that help solving these problems. Putting the patterns to good use, we will build a working PHP object persistence solution for MongoDB.

You can download the episode as an mp3 and follow along with the slides for a more complete picture.

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Sebastian Bergmann's Blog:
Announcing "The PHP QA Book"
March 05, 2009 @ 07:55:42

On his blog Sebastian Bergmann has announced "The PHP QA Book" that will be written by himself and Stefan Priebsch looking at quality assurance in PHP projects.

The idea for the book is that Stefan Priebsch and I write the introductory as well as the concluding chapters while other authors contribute case studies for the middle part of the book. [...] Our motivation to write this book is simple: there is no such book on the market and from our experience a book such as this is needed.

The book will be printed in both English and German and will be release in the later part of this year (2009).

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Stefan Priebsch's Blog:
thePHP.cc (a PHP Consulting Group)
March 04, 2009 @ 15:54:02

According to this new post on his blog Stefan Priebsch, Sebastian Bergmann and Arne Blankerts have joined forces to create thePHP.cc, a PHP consulting group.

In times of tight budgets, quality is a key success factor to reduce risks in IT projects. [...] We help businesses and enterprises to reduce IT costs in the long term with Open Source technologies and PHP in particular. We support our clients in improving their employee's qualification to overcome skills shortages.

You can get more information about the group (including conferences they'll be at and contact information) from their site - thePHP.cc.

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Stefan Priebsch's Blog:
php|architect's Guide to PHP 5 Migration is out
June 13, 2008 @ 09:33:24

Stefan Priebsch has posted about the official release of his book, one of the latest from php|architect press - "php|architect's Guide to PHP 5 Migration".

Thanks to the hard work of Elizabeth, Marco, and all the others at php|architect, my new book, php|architect's Guide to PHP 5 Migration has been released.

The book aims to be the only one you'll need when it comes to guiding you and your applications from the PHP4 dark ages up to the world of PHP5. You can order your copy directly from php|architect - the Print/PDF combo for about $33 CAD and the PDF only for around $30 CAD.

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php|architect:
MTA releases new Guide to PHP 5 Migration
June 10, 2008 @ 14:34:28

MTA publishing (php|architect) has released another new book - Stefan Priebsch's "Guide to PHP 5 Migration":

Written by Stefan Priebsch, this is the only book you will need to help you through the rough spots when migrating your PHP apps from PHP4 to PHP5. Not only is this an extremely comprehensive and in-depth resource, it will show you virtually every pitfall you may encounter and will undoubtedly make your migration as smooth as possible.

The book covers things like the concepts surrounding migration, some strategies to follow and an outline of a recommended migration process (as well as some tools to help). You can find out more about this new book on its page on the php|architect website and order your own copy - $33 CAD for the print and PDF versions together and just $29 CAD for the PDF only.

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