Adam Culp (@AdamCulp) author of Geekyboy, Zend consultant at Rogue Wave Software, host of @Beachcasts and @RunGeekRadio, organizer of @SoFloPHP and @SunshinePHP enjoys helping others write good code, implement standards, and refactor efficiently. He is a voting member of the PHP-Fig, and holds a seat on the Zend Certification Advisory Board. When he is not coding or contributing to various developer communities, he can be found hiking around the world, teaching judo, or long(ultra) distance running.
Regardless of claims by trendy developer websites, Enterprise PHP really is a thing: the final frontier. A reality for companies doing business at scale who turn to their developers for selecting frameworks, libraries, and tools that work at the scale they operate. These are the undocumented, and unspoken criteria driving what they trust.
Join us in this talk as Adam Culp walks through lessons learned over a five-year mission, consulting with companies who operate enterprise scale PHP applications. See what was boldly learned about squeezing more power out of PHP’s engines.
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