Anna Filina – Quality vs Quantity with Cyclomatic Complexity
Don’t write useless tests anymore. Use a simple, scientific approach.
Ben Foxall – Back to Front with Service Workers
Service workers are the new trendy disco in town that all the front-end developers are totally stoked about. Though, if there’s a disco; PHP developers should be the party-goers that are singing karaoke and dancing on the tables. I’ll take us on a brief (lightning) tour of service workers for back-end developers – going over some practical examples of how we can utilise them to enhance our websites.
Emmanuel Boisgontier – MJML, framework for responsive email
MJML is an open source project allowing developers, marketers and designers to easily create their responsive HTML email. Forget about the pain of coding your email in HTML , the MJML markup language will make your life easier and your messages will be compliant with the latest standards. Come join the community of thousands that already enjoy this project.
Haralan Dobrev – The process of upgrading to PHP 7
Presenting our process of upgrading PHP 7 with stability in mind. How we’ve migrated our codebase, tested every dependency, upgraded to PHP 7 in Vagrant, Travis CI, staging and production. With no downtime or bugs in production and all while developing the product at a fast speed.
Mike Chernev – Let GrumPHP be grumpy instead of you
Standards are important, but takes a lot of effort to start applying them properly. Not if you use GrumPHP, a tool that will change the way you code!
Nikolay Dobromirov – The happy developers :]
Are you a happy developer? Do you want to be one? Let’s try to make you!