PHP7 in Symfony Apps (English)
Join us in this talk to discover all the new PHP7 goodies! From its initial concept to the almost finished version we have right now. From the shiny new spaceship operator to the most wanted feature ever aka Scalar Type Hinting. All rounded up with some benchmarks, with a special focus on how our Symfony applications will perform compared to previous versions (and HHVM too!).
Multi-purpose developer, he likes programming either a RequireJS module, a Bash shellscript or a Symfony listener. The guy even enjoys debugging a TCP connection with Wireshark! All that with an focus on performance: he loves shaving off miliseconds of rendering time and saving memory bytes. Open source software enthusiast and contributor to various Symfony-related projects, although he does not mind sending a Pull Request to fix a Ruby or Node library. Works at Ulabox since 2011.
Puli: PHP's Next Package Revolution (English)
Composer and the PSR autoloading standards enabled a big shift in the PHP community towards building reusable packages. Puli, a new resource management toolkit built on top of Composer, takes us to the next level: With Puli you can easily access and organize HTML, CSS or configuration files - in short: resources - of all your Composer packages, deploy them to CDNs and much more. Like Composer, Puli originates from the Symfony ecosystem, but was built to simplify and unify resource management independent of any single PHP framework.
In this session, I will introduce you to Puli and show you how it will change both your daily work and the PHP community as a whole.
Bernhard is a software developer who's passionate about Symfony since the early days. He is fascinated by simple software architectures that solve complex problems. Besides studying a Master in Software Engineering at Vienna University of Technology, Bernhard is a member of the Symfony2 core development team and lead developer various Symfony2 components.