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January 18 – Beyond Performance

Posted by on January 9, 2019

Day Camp 4 Developers

If you’re selling widgets, offering a service, or publishing information a slow web page or application will cost you in the long run. User’s don’t wait and if your page takes too long to load, they’ll go somewhere else. Just one second slower will drop page views, customer satisfaction, and conversions. Search engines, including Google, penalize sites with slow page loads by ranking them lower in search results. Also, mobile users may not enjoy the fastest connections when not connected to Wi-Fi. While PHP 7 revolutionized application performance and reduced memory usage, there’s always more to do to squeeze out every performant drop for your online application.

Beyond Performance is a one-day, online conference organized by Day Camp for Developers on January 18th, 2019. They have a great lineup of performance experts to teach you the ways to make your code perform faster. Their lineup is:

  • High Performance Web Services with PHP by Demin Yin from Glu Mobile. Learn how to build and maintain reliable, high-performance backends with PHP.
  • How PHP Ticks by Sara Golemon, a PHP core contributor. Dive into the inner workings of the PHP interpreter.
  • Asynchronous Expressive by Matthew Weier O’Phinney from Zend. See how to offload heavy processes with Swoole and Expressive.
  • Evented Architectures by Jesse Decker. Explore new ways to architect your application to improve throughput.
  • PHP+Redis+nginx = Ludicrous Speed by Jason McCreary. Build a high performance, horizontally scalable app.

Go see the full descriptions and register for an individual, office, or enterprise ticket to reserve a seat today.

Oscar still remembers downloading an early version of the Apache HTTP server at the end of 1995, and promptly asking "Ok, what's this good for?" He started learning PHP in 2000 and hasn't stopped since. He's worked with Drupal, WordPress, Zend Framework, and bespoke PHP, to name a few. Follow him on Google+.

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