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Slides der ZendCon 2011

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Die PHP Konferenz der Firma Zend, die ZendCon 2011 in Santa Clara, war natürlich wieder ein Highlight was die aktuellen und zukünftigen Themen rund um PHP angeht. Leider sind noch einige Lücken geblieben, wenn ihr die fehlenden Präsentationen findet, bitte in die Kommentare packen, Danke!

Montag, 17.10.2011

Creating and Using Streams, Filters and Sockets
Elizabeth Marie Smith

Doctrine 2
Juozas Kaziukėnas

PHP Components From Idea To Maturity
Chris Hartjes

PHP Extensions, Why and What?
Derick Rethans

Zend PHP 5.3 Certification Boot Camp
Christian Wenz

Beware of the Dark Side, Luke!
Arne Blankerts

Design Patterns in Action
Stefan Priebsch

Learning CouchDB
Bradley Holt

Dienstag, 18.10.2011

Opening Keynote
Andi Gutmans

Benchmarking Applications and Frameworks
Paul M. Jones

HTML5 WebSockets
Scott Mattocks

PHP Batch Jobs on IBM i
Alan Seiden

Development in the 24th and a half century
Kevin Schroeder

Git for Subversion Users
Stefan Koopmanschap

Cloud Based Application Performance Testing
Moris Chen

Overview of Zend Framework 2
Matthew Weier O’Phinney

PHP and IBM i Frequent Questions, FastCGI, DB2, etc.
Tony Cairns

Derick Rethans

Change is Inevitable (Except from a Vending Machine)
Stefan Priebsch

Profiling PHP Applications
Derick Rethans

Scaling PHP Applications with Redis
Josh Butts

SQL Injection Myths and Fallacies
Bill Karwin

The Future of PHP on IBM i
Tim Rowe

A Practical Look At Symfony2
Stefan Koopmanschap

Event and Signal Driven Programming Techniques
Elizabeth Marie Smith

Open Source PHP Toolkit for IBM i
Mike Pavlak, Tony Cairns

Skynet in ZF 2.0: The Automation, Compilation, and Generation of Projects with Zend\Code
Ralph Schindler

DB2 and PHP Best Practices on IBM i
Alan Seiden

Deployment Without the Chaos
Eric Ritchie

Manage Cloud Infrastructures Using Zend Framework
Enrico Zimuel

Under the Hood
Ilia Alshanetsky

Zend Studio Tips and Tricks
Roy Ganor

Mittwoch, 19.10.2011

Dependency Injection; Containers and Frameworks In PHP
Ralph Schindler

Introduction to Adobe Flash Builder for PHP
Roy Ganor

MySQL — What’s New
Dave Stokes

Production Scaling in the Cloud
Kent Mitchell

Large-Scale Data Processing with Hadoop and PHP
David Zülke

Intro to Flex
Anna Filina

SOA with Zend Framework
Mike Willbanks

The Contextual Experience of the Mobile Web
Jeff Carouth

Triggered: Zend Framework 2’s EventManager
Matthew Weier O’Phinney

Extending Open Source Solutions for Large Scale Federal Applications
Rakesh Kumar

API Security
Rob Richards

Adding Dependency Injection To Legacy Applications
Sam Hennessy

Big Server is Watching You
Maurice Kherlakian

Character Sets Suck
Raymond DeRoo

Couchbase Mobile, The database that talks sync.
Matt Ingenthron

Optimizing Zend Framework for use on High Traffic Volume Web Sites
Shawn Stratton

Cryptography in PHP: Use Cases
Enrico Zimuel

jQuery Mobile: For Fun and Profit
Daniel Cousineau

Injecting Domain Expertise into Varchars
Jeff Kibler

Using SPL Tools in Your Code.
Elizabeth Marie Smith

Cloudify Your Application
Ed Kietlinksi

Performing Security Audits
Arne Blankerts

PHP & MongoDB
Steve Francia

PHP Testing Tools
Sebastian Bergmann

Donnerstag, 20.10.2011

Introducing Assetic: Asset Management for PHP 5.3
Kris Wallsmith

Optimizing Application Performance
Kevin Schroeder

Puppet for Dummies
Joshua Thijssen

Unit Testing Zend Framework Apps
Michelangelo van Dam

Care and feeding of a MySQL Database
Dave Stokes

Javascript Tools and Frameworks Faves
Anna Filina

Mobile Development with Adobe AIR, Flash Builder, and Flex
Mihai Corlan

Powering Your Website with Realtime Data
Bert Van Hauwaert

Taming the Cloud
Rob Richards

Implementing the Open/Closed Principle
Sam Hennessy

Designing HTTP Interfaces and RESTful Web Services
David Zülke

Mobile: Push for Sync and Notifications
Mike Willbanks

MySQL 5.5 InnoDB Tuning
Bill Karwin

Using GitHub
Scott Chacon

—— weitere Fundstücke ——

Cloud Panel – Challenges and Tips for Developing Applications in the Cloud

UnConf: Domain-Driven Design – A Collaboration Between Domain Experts and Software Practitioners

Jeff Barr – Amazon Web Services

Automating ebay’s Infrastrcture
Hugh E. Williams

Zend Framework 2
Matthew Weier O’Phinney

Written by Michael Kliewe

November 16th, 2011 at 11:52 am

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  1. In den Slides von Shawn Stratton „Optimizing Zend Framework for use on High Traffic Volume Web Sites“ sagt er, dass er nicht den „normalen“ Zend_Router verwendet, sondern Zitat:

    – We completely replaced the Zend Router implementation with our own.
    – Our system searches a MySQL table using b-tree indexes to figure out the route
    – The stock rewrite router iterates through every route until it finds the one it’s looking for, by using MySQL we are querying in place using indexes.
    – Allows us to process the 970,000 urls in our system, including adding new urls on the fly.

    Kennt jemand eine entsprechende Implementierung, die ich mir mal anschauen könnte? Finde den Ansatz interessant, wüsste jetzt aber ehrlich gesagt nicht, wie ich an die Sache herangehen sollte.

    Danke für Links und Tipps. 🙂


    22 Nov 11 at 10:31

  2. Ein paar grobe Tipps:

    – Schau Dir den ZendCon-Beitrag „Scaling PHP Applications with Redis“ an. Dort findest Du ein Grundgerüst für Routen mit Key/Value-Store.

    – In der Bootstrap per __initRouter() Dein eigenes Router-Objekt zurückgeben.


    23 Nov 11 at 09:32

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