HiPHoP for PHP
HipHop transforms PHP source code into highly optimized C++ and then compiles it using g++. It allows developers to continue writing complex logical directly with PHP but leverages the speed benefits of C++. HipHop is more than just a theoretical exercise and currently powers the majority of Facebook servers. This session will cover using HipHop and some of the code changes required to use it.
Mo, 31.5.2010 | 16:45 – 17:45 Uhr
Going NoSQL with MongoDB
Relational databases are central to web applications, but they have also been the primary source of pain when it comes to scale and performance. Recently, non-relational databases (also referred to as NoSQL) have arrived on the scene. This session explains not only what MongoDB is and how it works, but when and how to gain the most benefit. Mitch is a MongoDB contributor and author.
Di, 1.6.2010 | 16:00 – 17:00 Uhr
Create clean Code with Aspect-oriented Programming
OOP helps us creating a clearly laid out and intuitive model of the reality by means of objects. However, concerns like security, logging or transactions need to be implemented virtually anywhere, resulting in scattered error-prone code. Aspect-oriented Programming separates these cross-cutting concerns from the rest of the code and lets you handle them in a well-known, central location.
Mi, 2.6.2010 | 14:30 – 15:30 Uhr
Diese Speaker sind mit ihren großen Projekten wie dem ImageMagick PHP Wrapper, der MongoDB oder dem CMS TYPO3 bekannt geworden und haben interessante Sessions im Gepäck.
Wir freuen uns schon darauf, Sie ab dem 31. Mai in Berlin zu sehen!