Security is a tedious cat and mouse game, that’s increasing in development speed and complexity every single day. Hackers’ game plan is to know more about certain edge cases and in-depth details regarding the technologies they’re attempting to compromise, than the developers who initially built and are currently maintaining those technologies.Read More
This workshop intends to improve your skills in planning, documenting, some aspects of development, testing and delivery of software for both legacy and greenfield projects.Read More
The new Abstract Syntax Tree (AST) in PHP 7 means the way our PHP code is being executed has changed. Understanding this new fundamental compilation step is key to understanding how our code is being run.Read More
In this small tutorial, we will make the full transition of a small regular Symfony project with Mysql and Redis as our persistence layer, into a full non-blocking async application by using ReactPHP.Read More
Today, PHP is a serious and capable programming language, and its endurance speaks to the murky place where computer science meets software engineering. Let’s examine its history, how it got here, and where it’s going next.Read More
In this talk we'll explore the static analysis tools that answer these questions for us. We'll also use these tools to add new functionality, like read only properties and generics, to PHP, without the need for a new language.Read More
PHP loves its arrays. Arrays are the uber-data structure. They're a list, a map, a stack, a queue, everything in one! Which is the problem.Read More
Learn what's changed in the PHP world over the last few years. Classes, objects, statics, traits, unit testing, composer, password hashing; it's a whole new ballgame.Read More
This talk will show you the tools to get you started as well as the requirements your code must meet to get the most out of static code analysis.Read More
Have you ever wondered how the text is vectorized and then used for classification and prediction tasks? Or how you can use Text Mining against your Bugs or Requirements?Read More
Regarding concerns related to the coronavirus (COVID-19), and in accordance with health guidance from the WHO, and other health authorities
PHP Serbia Conference is postponed to September 10th, 11th and 12th 2020.
We are taking these measures in order to maintain health and safety of our delegates, speakers, partners, team members and everyone who has contributed to the conference.
Should you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us.
PHP Serbia team