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Webinale – IPC Spring 2013

The International PHP Conference is a globally recognized event for PHP developers, webworkers, IT managers and everyone interested in web technology.

Once again, the conference will explore key topics and core technologies for developers and decision makers. We will you show how to scale your applications, explain the details of Continuous Integration or evaluate different approaches to NoSQL. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with speakers, core developers and consultants, and there are often opportunities to evaluate your code. Community and enterprise projects profit from our international reputation and impulses given from the developer community.

02. bis 5. Juni 2013
Friedrichstraße 151 Maritim proArte
10117, Berlin

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Automated Deployment: From Jenkins to Production - Arne Blankerts, Sebastian Bergmann

All your tests are green and you are ready to deploy the latest version of your software into production. Again. If only you had an automated way of doing that to avoid the manual hassle! In this hands-on session you will learn how to make Jenkins and friends push your deployment into the next level, easily maintaining any set of servers.

jQuery Mobile: Sites that feel like Apps - Anna Filina

jQuery Mobile is a cross-platform framework made for smartphones and tablets. With its HTML5 interface, it looks and feels like an app. This presentation will teach you how to quickly create a mobile front-end with little effort. It will also feature a use-case of adapting an existing web application to the mobile.

Driving (mobil) innovation in Japan Keynote Teil 2 - Marco Koeder

Imagine a single mobile game company making a revenue of over 1.5 billion US$ annually with a profit margin of 50%. Or a mobile messaging service attracting over 40 million users within just a couple of months and becoming one of the leading apps in terms of revenue. Imagine over 60% of elderly people carrying a phone specifically developed just for them. What is the secret behind it? These products and services are built on people's needs and help them to enhance their lives. And this is a global truth which can be applied to many industries and ideation processes.

Driving (mobil) innovation in Japan Keynote Teil 3 - Marco Koeder

Imagine a single mobile game company making a revenue of over 1.5 billion US$ annually with a profit margin of 50%. Or a mobile messaging service attracting over 40 million users within just a couple of months and becoming one of the leading apps in terms of revenue. Imagine over 60% of elderly people carrying a phone specifically developed just for them. What is the secret behind it? These products and services are built on people's needs and help them to enhance their lives. And this is a global truth which can be applied to many industries and ideation processes.

Driving (mobil) innovation in Japan Keynote Teil 1 - Marco Koeder

Imagine a single mobile game company making a revenue of over 1.5 billion US$ annually with a profit margin of 50%. Or a mobile messaging service attracting over 40 million users within just a couple of months and becoming one of the leading apps in terms of revenue. Imagine over 60% of elderly people carrying a phone specifically developed just for them. What is the secret behind it? These products and services are built on people's needs and help them to enhance their lives. And this is a global truth which can be applied to many industries and ideation processes.

XML is dead. Long live XML - David Zuelke

The increasing popularity of data formats like JSON or YAML has left many people wondering whether those who've been bashing XML all along might have a point. This talk will look at the strengths and weaknesses of XML, JSON and YAML, examine when to use which format, and explain why storing objects as XML is a pain, why CouchDB uses JSON, and which format is best for your HTTP and REST APIs.

MySQL meets NoSQL - Ulf Wendel

MySQL is not only SQL! Data stored in MySQL 5.6 can be accessed in many ways: using standard clients, using an ORM-style MySQL Cluster Node.js interface, using Memcache protocol for high performance key value lookup and even HTTP is within reach as last years proof of concept HTTP, JSON and Map and Reduce built-in to MySQL proved. A "me too" effort? Thoughts not limited to the interface discussion.

Transparent Caching Teil 1 - Andre Rømcke

This talk will expose how we used Symfony2, ESI, Varnish and Memcached as cornerstones of our implementation of Transparent Caching, for a great mix of performance care and user experience. It will also expose how these concepts are designed in eZ Publish 5.x to make this content and experience managment platform scale into the future.

Appointing a Proxy - Stefan Priebsch

There are incredibly powerful use cases for the proxy pattern, for example remote proxies, virtual proxies, smart references, protecting proxies for access control, and, to a certain extent, even proxies adding security features. We will compare different ways of implementing proxies in PHP and see lots of concrete code examples.

Don?t let your success bring you (and your website) down - Jonathan Wisler

Your competition is one click away. With the capabilities of cloud computing, there are no excuses for having your website slow down or crash when you get a burst of activity. Applications and infrastructure need to be ready for Internet Scale. For a great customer experience, performance reliability and speed are essential. Companies spend hours on product development design and under invest in infrastructure architecture. It does not require a huge investment in time or capital. Jonathan Wisler will walk through how to select and deploy a cloud infrastructure that is robust and scalable, yet keeps your costs inline with traffic.

Storing a City, a Country or even a Planet in a Database - Derick Rethans

This session is about storing increasingly large amounts of data into database and doing something with this data. As data we use the data as found in OpenStreetMap. And we store this data in MongoDB. MongoDB is an excellent match as it's good geographical index support and can also easily applicable in the cloud and for growing amounts of data.

Introduction Mongo DataBase - Derick Rethans

MongoDB is a scalable, high-performance, open source, document-oriented NoSQL database. It features document-oriented, JSON-based document storage and dynamic schemas providing simplicity, power and flexibility, combined with full indexes similar to what a traditional RDBMS user would expect. MongoDB also provides solid replication & high availability features as well as an auto-sharding system for transparent horizontal scalability. This talk introduces MongoDB for developers who aren't familiar with it. I will cover MongoDB's CRUD features, aggregation, geospatial indexes, GridFS as well as the replication and sharding functionality.

Upgrade your LAMP Stack to 2013 - Arne Blankerts

Back in the days the LAMP stack did satisfy the needs of the web, making it the big success we all know. But today's applications more often than not require a scalability, security and performance this classic environment cannot provide. In this hands-on session we will setup a modern web stack leveraging state-of-the-art components like NGINX, PHP-FPM, Redis and more.

How to motivate your Developers - Anna Filina

With all the pressure on delivery, how can we keep developers motivated? This talk will explain how different developers behave, what they expect, what motivates and demotivates them. Rather than giving you solutions that may not work in your context, I will show you how to find them yourself, with a few ideas to begin.

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Maintain your Environment with Puppet - Hans-Christian Otto

As a growing provider of web applications, you have to face a growing amount of servers. Setting up a new frontend server is taking days? Setting up a new developers environment requires a senior developer to assist? Well, you might lack automation here! This session introduces you to puppet, a configuration management tool that allows you to set those systems up with no effort.

Bootstrap Your Project Teil 2 - Thorsten Rinne

If you and your team are about to start a new PHP project you have to set the base for a simple, rock solid and sustainable development. This talk will show you modern possibilities how to kick off a new PHP based project and which functional, non-functional and technical tools you could use to use continuous integration and deployment.

PHPUnit Best Practices - Sebastian Bergmann

While PHPUnit is not difficult to set up and writing tests with it is easy, you will get better results and save development time if you know the tips and tricks to leverage PHPUnit more effectively. This session, presented by the creator of PHPUnit, teaches best practices you can use to ensure that your unit testing effort is efficiently implemented.

The wrong End of the Stick - Sebastian Bergmann

Unit Testing does not work for you? You are not alone. Every developer who starts with unit testing faces the same issues. Issues that will not go away by learning more about unit testing or PHPUnit. You are likely looking at the wrong end of the stick. You will learn how to get over the hump quickly when starting with PHPUnit.

Launching a Product - Rachel Andrew

In 2009 web developers Rachel Andrew and Drew McLellan launched Perch, a small content management system. The product was self-funded, bootstrapped from the profits of their consultancy business, edgeofmyseat.com. 24 hours after launch Perch was profitable. This presentation takes an in-depth look at some of the things to consider when you want to launch any digital product. Based on our experiences bootstrapping Perch, it is relevant to those wishing to sell any kind of digital product be that software, an ebook, an online course or anything else.

Bootstrap Your Project Teil 1 - Thorsten Rinne

If you and your team are about to start a new PHP project you have to set the base for a simple, rock solid and sustainable development. This talk will show you modern possibilities how to kick off a new PHP based project and which functional, non-functional and technical tools you could use to use continuous integration and deployment.

Transparent Caching Teil 2 - Andre Rømcke

This talk will expose how we used Symfony2, ESI, Varnish and Memcached as cornerstones of our implementation of Transparent Caching, for a great mix of performance care and user experience. It will also expose how these concepts are designed in eZ Publish 5.x to make this content and experience managment platform scale into the future.

Responsive Design im Projektalltag bei mobile.de - Stephan Ko?pp, Michael Fleck

Im Rahmen der Session werden Arbeitsweisen und Techniken vorgestellt, die zeigen, wie man Responsive Design im Zusammenspiel von Konzepter, Designer und Frontend-Entwickler realisiert, welche Frameworks bei der Entwicklung eingesetzt wurden und welche Rolle die Performance bei den Entscheidungen spielt.

NGINX ? The Web Server you might actually like - Volker Dusch

Did you ever configure Apache and think: "Oh I'm already done? I wish there was more to do!" That's exactly how I currently feel about NGINX. It's a Web server that already knows about your use case and is waiting to offer you the solution. Let me show you how it can be your Web server, Load balancer, SSL off-loader, reverse proxy and/or cache in 50 short lines of config or less.

An auto-sharding Database Cluster in a Nutshell - Ulf Wendel

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?

Was denken (sich) Kunden eigentlich? - Ute Mündlein

Die Session zeigt, worauf es Entscheidern von 6-7-stelligen Projekten beim Auswahl- und Entscheidungsprozess wirklich ankommt und welche (dummen) Fehler unbedingt zu vermeiden sind. Neben Best Practices bekommen die Teilnehmer Tipps, um in Zukunft erfolgreicher bei der Projektakquise zu sein.

Offl ine strategies for HTML5 web applications - Stephan Hochdörfer

There has been a strong connection between the terms "web" and "online" for years. The rise of HTML5 and the support of offline mode in most modern browers changed the play of the game. This session will introduce the different ways of storing data on the client as well as pointing out the limitation of each of the different techniques.

Behave! ? Behavior-driven Development - Tobias Schlitt

Unit tests give you a good base to ensure your classes are working technically correct. Integration tests show that they play well with each other. But who takes care that all your code actually does what your business owner wants it to do? This session gives you an introduction into Behavior-driven Development on basis of Behat to help you achieve automated testing of specifications.

PHP: The Lean Way - Stefan Priebsch

In his book "The Lean Startup", Eric Ries shows how to create a radically successful business. This session demonstrates how to successfully apply the "Lean Startup" ideas to development teams and application archictectures in the PHP world. A word of warning: radically successful development teams have been known to transform whole organizations.

3D Printing - Kristian Hildebrand

The digital age in manufacturing is coupled with output devices such as 3D printers that allow rapid customization and rapid manufacturing, revolutionizing the way how we design, develop, distribute, fabricate, and consume products. Given the digital nature of the process, there is a clear need for computational models that support this new way of productional thinking and allow intuitive design, efficient representation, fast simulation and visualization of physically realizable objects. In this session we will give an overview of 3D printing technologies and state of the art research in digital manufacturing.

More like print! Less like print! Teil 2 - Tim Ahrens

The "big bang" of Web fonts in 2010 - when browsers started supporting downloadable fonts - started a revolution in web typography. Being able to choose from a wide variety of fonts has given us new forms of expression and almost closed the gap to the printed world. Now that there are no major technical challenges any more and web fonts are easy to "get to work", it is time to raise the bar: How will, could or should web typography evolve from now? Catching up to print typography - both technologically and in sophistication - will be the next step. On the other hand, being a fundamentally different medium, the web does not have to imitate but evolve on its own.

More like print! Less like print! Teil 3 - Tim Ahrens

The "big bang" of Web fonts in 2010 - when browsers started supporting downloadable fonts - started a revolution in web typography. Being able to choose from a wide variety of fonts has given us new forms of expression and almost closed the gap to the printed world. Now that there are no major technical challenges any more and web fonts are easy to "get to work", it is time to raise the bar: How will, could or should web typography evolve from now? Catching up to print typography - both technologically and in sophistication - will be the next step. On the other hand, being a fundamentally different medium, the web does not have to imitate but evolve on its own.

More like print! Less like print! Teil 1 - Tim Ahrens

The "big bang" of Web fonts in 2010 - when browsers started supporting downloadable fonts - started a revolution in web typography. Being able to choose from a wide variety of fonts has given us new forms of expression and almost closed the gap to the printed world. Now that there are no major technical challenges any more and web fonts are easy to "get to work", it is time to raise the bar: How will, could or should web typography evolve from now? Catching up to print typography - both technologically and in sophistication - will be the next step. On the other hand, being a fundamentally different medium, the web does not have to imitate but evolve on its own.

How digital media make good deeds (even) better Teil 1 - Joana Breidenbach

Mostly unnoticed by the public, the social sector, i.e. the world of NGOs and social enterprises, is transformed by a digital revolution. Big Data Analyses help reveal crises in real time. With the help of text messages and words of advice sent via voicemail, cattle farmers in Kenya are now able to improve the production levels of their dairy cattle. Social-media-inclined newcomers are stirring up the donation sector.

How digital media make good deeds (even) better Teil 2 - Joana Breidenbach

Mostly unnoticed by the public, the social sector, i.e. the world of NGOs and social enterprises, is transformed by a digital revolution. Big Data Analyses help reveal crises in real time. With the help of text messages and words of advice sent via voicemail, cattle farmers in Kenya are now able to improve the production levels of their dairy cattle. Social-media-inclined newcomers are stirring up the donation sector.

High Performance E-Commerce System with 100 + Code Forks - Guido Serra, Ronny Rentner

At our headquarters here in Berlin, Rocket Internet is developing the ecommerce core components based on Yii (frontend) and Zend Framework (backend). On top of these, local developers integrate whatever they need by using a flexible, easy-to-upgrade, extension architecture. A smart splitting of frontend and backend tasks allows us to render webpages at 150 ms, and robustly below 400 ms even at peak hours. Our architecture is properly designed to scale horizontally, and so it does.

Write your own SAPI - Andrey Hristov

This presentation will show you how to write a SAPI (Server API) for a new web server. The SAPI is the binding between a web server (or any execution environment) and the PHP/Zend Engine, that lets one execute scripts in that environment. The presentation will show you how to embed a web server, with PHP running in it, in your existing application.

introducing to Big Data Analytics - David Zuelke

These days, everyone has stuff to track or Big Data to process, so it's time to take a look at what options are available to collect and aggregate business and operational data, and how to evaluate the information gathered both in real-time technologies like Storm or batch processing systems like Hadoop. This is an overview from Flume to HBase and Kafka to Graphite, including some hands-on!

Getting Touchy Teil 2 - Patrick Lauke

Beyond smartphones and tablets, touchscreens are finding their way into laptops and even desktop computers. With hardware support for touch becoming increasingly ubiquitous, it's time to explore what new possibilities are available to developers. This session will cover the basics of handling touch events - from making sure simple single-tap interactions are as responsive as possible, all the way to full multitouch, gesture-enabled, cross-browser interfaces.

Getting Touchy Teil 3 - Patrick Lauke

Beyond smartphones and tablets, touchscreens are finding their way into laptops and even desktop computers. With hardware support for touch becoming increasingly ubiquitous, it's time to explore what new possibilities are available to developers. This session will cover the basics of handling touch events - from making sure simple single-tap interactions are as responsive as possible, all the way to full multitouch, gesture-enabled, cross-browser interfaces.

Getting Touchy Teil 1 - Patrick Lauke

Beyond smartphones and tablets, touchscreens are finding their way into laptops and even desktop computers. With hardware support for touch becoming increasingly ubiquitous, it's time to explore what new possibilities are available to developers. This session will cover the basics of handling touch events - from making sure simple single-tap interactions are as responsive as possible, all the way to full multitouch, gesture-enabled, cross-browser interfaces.

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