3 December 2012
Lately XSolve team had a great opportunity to attend to Symfony Live conference in Berlin. That was our second chance to meet Symfony community after successful edition in London this year.
Germans are perfectly organized and they showed this to attendees this time. They’ve choosen very exciting venue, located in former church, with organs above main scene. Everything was right – place, seassions, food and party after last talk.
The most valuable part of this conference were talks. My favourite was “Symfony2 Form Tricks” by Bernhard Schussek, but also “What’s new in Doctrine2″ and “Practical REST”, were very interesting. What was very important – there weren’t any poor talk, which speaks for itself, if it comes to sessions quality.
To sum things up: Sensio Labs DE (the organizators) did they job very well and it was worth to have a such a good time in Berlin.
You can also find out ashort summary on XSolve’s profile and view some photos on Flickr
15 September 2012
On xlab.pl blog I’ve posted summary and my feelings after Symfony Live London conference. Click here, to read it.
16 August 2012
During upcoming edition of PHPCon 2012 in Kielce I’ll give a talk “Symfony2 w chmurze” (Symfony2 in the cloud). I’ll describe advantages of cloud infrastructure purposed for web applications, some use cases of cloud deployments and things which developers need to keep in mind, to get Symfony2 application work properly in such environment.
More informations are available in PHPCon agenda:http://phpcon.pl/2012/pl/agenda
See you there :-)
12 September 2011
W czwartek 15 września 2011 o 14:30 będę miał przyjemność prowadzić prelekcję na Sesji Technologicznej InternetBeta 2011 w Rzeszowie. Mój temat to Łebski Development czyli kiedy i dlaczego tworzyć oprogramowanie pod klucz i dlaczego framework Symfony2 pasuje tu jak ulał? A poniżej krótka agenda:
- - oprogramowanie dedykowane vs. produkty Open Source gotowe do użycia – w którym momencie te drugie przestają być wystarczające,
- - jaką wartością jest indywidualne podejście do zagadnienia i gdzie każdy z udziałowców projektu otrzymuje największe korzyści,
- - po co komu framework, skoro można wszystko samemu napisać najlepiej?
- - Symfony2, jego historia, możliwości i usytuowanie na rynku,
- - przykłady z życia codziennego, jak PHP i Symfony2 zwinnie daje radę w przeróżnych dziedzinach software developmentu.
Wszystkich zainteresowanych tematem serdecznie zapraszam :-)
23 May 2011
I had great pleasure to attend to Dutch PHP Conference day 2, as a replacement for collegue of mine. The conference met all my expectations – organisation was on very high level and talks were worth listening. Firstly I attended opening keynote by Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson, who spoke about importance of APIs in nowadays bussiness. He was very convincing and his arguments has made a lot of sense. Then I listened to Lorna Jane Mitchell and her OAuth talk. She perfectly describes what OAuth is, its benefits and shared a lot of examples with audience. Then we attended speach about Shared MySQL farm by Thijs Feryn – example of hosting MySQL in shared environment. After typical dutch lunch we went to Agility and Quality talk given by Sebastian Bergmann. Sebastians knowledge and experience is very impressive. The last regular session was one about Hadoop for PHP by David Zülke. It was the best one I attended. David spoke in very entertaining way and I guess that every attendee has some Hadoop basics after that. But there were not only basics, but real life stats and live demo, which showed the power of Hadoop. In the end, Cal Evans refers in very charismatic way the idea of an open teams, the importance of flexibility and respect for the developers work.
I need to admit, that it was a very good conference and I willing to go there in next year. I hope it will be even better than this one :-)
9 November 2009
I just came back from the third edition of RuPy Conference, which take place in Poznań. As last year, it was very successful. There are my feelings about conference.