20th*, 21st & 22nd February 2019 info@phpconference.co.uk @phpukconference

Schedule

Our talks and speakers

Wednesday 20th February 2019

PHP UK Conference is pleased to bring to you two options for a full day of training on Wednesday, 20th February 2019, a day before the conference.

All course options are a full day (9am-5pm) of hands on immersive training with top professional trainers. Tickets include breakfast, lunch and coffee breaks. Please bring your laptop; power and wifi will be available.

**Please Note - an additional ticket is required to attend the workshop day.

08.00 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Registration and Refreshments

Please bring a copy of your ticket either printed or on a mobile device.

09.00 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop I Kubernetes By Example Speaker: David McKay

Kubernetes, the flagship project from the Cloud Native Foundation, has become the de facto standard for running our container workloads. Unfortunately, Kubernetes is a fast moving, ever evolving, sea of complexity. From Pods to Deployments, ConfigMaps to Secrets, and PersistantVolumeClaims to StatefulSets; this workshop will get you on-course. In this workshop, David will walk you through a series of labs that will teach you everything you need to know to take your container based application and deploy it as a self-healing, redundant and resilient application on top of Kubernetes. Let's set sail.

The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop II BDD in Practice Speaker: Ciaran McNulty

A tour of BDD best practices, applied in the PHP world. Behaviour Driven Development techniques help us to ensure that the code we're writing is solving real-world problems, and is software that matters. In this hands-on workshop we will build some simple software that fulfils a user's requirement; validate its functionality using tools such as Behat, PHPUnit and PhpSpec; and learn how our test architecture can support our application's architecture.

10.30 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates.

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The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop II BDD in Practice, con't

12.30 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Lunch

A 3 course buffet lunch will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates.

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The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop I Kubernetes By Example, con't

The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop II BDD in Practice, con't

15.00 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates.

15.30 The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery
The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop I Kubernetes By Example, con't

The Montcalm Hotel at the Brewery Workshop II BDD in Practice, con't

18.00 Finch's Pub on Finsbury Square
Finch's Pub on Finsbury Square Pre-Conference Social

The pre-conference social is a traditional style pubcon, open to anyone, where conference attendees and locals can meet up before the conference to network and socialise.
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Thursday 21st February 2019

Thursday kicks off the main conference, where you will be able to attend a morning keynote followed by four talk slots throughout the day. During each talk slot you'll have the choice between four different tracks. There will be 3 cake & coffee breaks, a 3 course lunch, and rolling tea, coffee and soft drinks included. The day will then close with another keynote, followed by our mid-conference social.

08.00 Brewery Foyer & King George
Brewery Foyer & King George Registration and Refreshments

Please bring a copy of your ticket either printed or on a mobile device.

09.00 Main Track
Main Track Controlling the Variables Speaker: Thijs Feryn

As a kid, did you have ambitions for the future? "When I grow up I want to become a ...". Maybe you wanted to become a fireman, an astronaut, a nurse, a teacher, a police officer? As you grow up these ideas evolve and get replaced with actual ambitions, actual hopes and dreams. These might be entirely different than your childhood dreams. But how do you reach these goals? How do you accomplish these dreams? By listening to your parents, friends, or teachers? By doing it yourself? Or maybe you have given up and settled for a watered down version of the career and life you envisioned? People often attribute success to luck, and lack of success to incompetence. But what if I told you it's all about controlling the variables? Luck is something that you can control in a way. The more you figure out the context, the key players, the relationships, the values, and the rules of the ecosystem in which you want to succeed, the easier it is to gain from it. The more variables you control, the easier it is to find potential opportunities and to bank on them. Maybe you didn't get lucky, maybe you just saw it coming, and prepared yourself for it. In this keynote talk, Thijs is going to share his experiences, his hopes, his dreams, and how he applies a positive mental attitude to level up in his career, and in life in general. This is not a growth hacking talk, but a simple set of tips and tricks to succeed, even if it seems like the odds are stacked against you.

09.45 King George
King George Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

10.15 Main Track Side Track Velocity Track Design Track
Main Track Massively Scaled High Performance Web Services with PHP Speaker: Demin Yin Level: Intermediate

Over the years, software teams have questioned if PHP is a good choice for building web services. In this talk, I will share how we use PHP on the ... See More

Over the years, software teams have questioned if PHP is a good choice for building web services. In this talk, I will share how we use PHP on the backend for Glu Mobile’s flagship mobile game Design Home, enabling it to regularly rank amongst the top free mobile games - both in downloads and grossing - since its launch in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store in Q4 2016. Design Home reaches over 1 million daily active users, serving over 100,000 requests per minute while maintaining a user base of over 30 million players. To date, over 1 billion designs have been made by players. We will deep dive into the thought processes, development, testing and deployment strategy, showcasing what we have achieved with PHP and why we love it and rely on it. My goal is to share with the community that, when done the right way, PHP can be used to build and maintain reliable, massively-scalable and high-performance backends using web services. See Less

Side Track Database Encryption in a GDPR World Speaker: Scott Dutton Level: Intermediate

15 years ago, plain text password storing was normal with some using MD5. We look back now and wonder what we were thinking! With GDPR and people t... See More

15 years ago, plain text password storing was normal with some using MD5. We look back now and wonder what we were thinking! With GDPR and people thinking more about personal details, its about time we caught up and started storing them securely. There are many uses for personal data and is often sought after by criminals for targeting people. How can you prevent your customers data being used in these attacks ? Encrypting your database is a fantastic way! PHP is the first language to have modern encryption built in to the core, This talk will show you how to use these methods to allow your data to be secure and also not lose the speed which you can currently search for this data in your application. This talk will touch on architecture and will be focused on MySQL although the same techniques can be used for any storage engine. See Less

Velocity Track Web Developer's HTTP Toolbox Speaker: Lorna Jane Mitchell Level: Intermediate

You say "toolbox", I say "treasure chest". We work on the web building so much more than web pages but these rich, asynchronous applications can su... See More

You say "toolbox", I say "treasure chest". We work on the web building so much more than web pages but these rich, asynchronous applications can suffer from ailments that are difficult for us to see. This session is a tour through some of the best tools around for working with HTTP to observe interaction between components and diagnose problems. By knowing the tools at your disposal and the right job for each, you will be able to quickly and painlessly identify and fix HTTP-related problems - and then get to the pub on time! I mean, get the next thing done ;) Whether you're debugging a backend API, an asynchronous client request or an unexpected timeout, these are the tools you will want to have at hand. See Less

Design Track Event Storming for fun and profit! Speaker: Jeroen v.d. Gulik Level: Beginner

Event Storming is a powerful interactive workshop format. Used for exploring ideas and discovering business requirements, but most importantly, it’... See More

Event Storming is a powerful interactive workshop format. Used for exploring ideas and discovering business requirements, but most importantly, it’s fun! Put business people in a room with developers and turn that stuffy boring meeting into a fun and radical new format, and see the magic happen! See Less

11.15 Main Track and Side Track
Main Track and Side Track Room change

11.30 Main Track Side Track
Main Track Introduction to Serverless PHP Speaker: Rob Allen Level: Beginner

APIs and microservices are how we build modern web applications and serverless technologies make this easy. This session will show you how serverle... See More

APIs and microservices are how we build modern web applications and serverless technologies make this easy. This session will show you how serverless applications are built and how you can leverage your PHP skills to build APIs of all shapes and sizes. We will cover how to use your current knowledge to build applications in PHP within Apache OpenWhisk, leveraging the API Gateway to build robust APIs quickly and easily. By the end of the session, you’ll be well placed to design and build your own applications that take full advantage of the power of serverless technologies. See Less

Side Track Dive Deep into Blockchain Speaker: Tomasz Kowalczyk Level: All

The blockchain is a hot new topic in the technology due to the rise of various cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin being a most prominent example. How does i... See More

The blockchain is a hot new topic in the technology due to the rise of various cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin being a most prominent example. How does it work? What advantages does it give? What problems do they solve? What problems can be solved that way? I want you to dive with me into the immutable world of blocks where I will explain everything, from a simple hash, through Merkle trees, up to implementing your own blockchain. See Less

12.30 King George
King George Lunch

A 3 course buffet lunch will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

13.30 Main Track Side Track Velocity Track Design Track
Main Track Your App Lives on a Network Networking for Web Developers Speaker: Wim Godden Level: All

Our job might be to build web applications, but we can't build apps that rely on networking if we don't know how these networks and the big network... See More

Our job might be to build web applications, but we can't build apps that rely on networking if we don't know how these networks and the big network that connects them all (this thing called the Internet) actually work. I'll walk through the basics of networking, then dive a lot deeper (from TCP/UDP to IPv4/6, source/destination ports, sockets, DNS, switching, firewalling and even OSPF, VRRP and BGP). Prepare for an eye-opener when you realize how much a typical app relies on all of these (and many more) working flawlessly... and how you can prepare your app for failure in the chain. See Less

Side Track Storing Non-Scalar Data Speaker: Derick Rethans Level: Intermediate

In this presentation we will look at storing complex data in a single field. Many noSQL solutions are created around this (such as Redis’ lists, se... See More

In this presentation we will look at storing complex data in a single field. Many noSQL solutions are created around this (such as Redis’ lists, sets and hashes; MongoDB’s records), and many relational database now also support storing complex data in a single field through specific data types (such as PostGreSQL’s JSONB or hstore). Each of the different database engines support different things, and handle these data types in different ways. In this session we compare the different approaches to storage, indexing and interactions with these data types in different databases. See Less

Velocity Track Deploying your first Micro-Service Application to Kubernetes Speaker: Bastian Hofmann Level: All

Kubernetes is a very powerful container orchestration platform that is quickly gaining traction and gives you lots of benefits in deploying, runnin... See More

Kubernetes is a very powerful container orchestration platform that is quickly gaining traction and gives you lots of benefits in deploying, running and scaling your microservice web application. But it has also a steep learning curve. In this workshop you will deploy and scale your first application which consists of multiple Micro-Services to Kubernetes and learn how you can use Persistent Storage. If you want to not just watch, but also program along yourself, have Git, Docker and the Kubernetes CLI kubectl as well as a IDE or Text Editor of your choice installed on your system. See Less

Design Track Getting Going with Automated Testing Speaker: Gary Hockin Level: Intermediate

Automated testing is an incredibly useful tool for any developer. From emerging design with unit tests to preventing regression bugs with acceptanc... See More

Automated testing is an incredibly useful tool for any developer. From emerging design with unit tests to preventing regression bugs with acceptance tests, getting a computer to run tests instead of testing manually is a huge step forward and saves vast amounts of time. Where do you start with automated testing? It's an intimidating topic and can be confusing to understand what all the techy speak means, let alone how you get going. But writing automated tests shouldn't be difficult, and can and should be part of your daily workflow once you understand exactly what to test, and how to test it. In this workshop, we'll introduce WHY and HOW you can get started with unit and acceptance tests, and touch on integration testing. By the end of the workshop, you'll understand how you can leverage automated testing in new and existing projects, and be ready to save time and energy when developing. See Less

14.30 Main Track and Side Track
Main Track and Side Track Room change

14.45 Main Track Side Track
Main Track MySQL 8.0 Not Only Good, it's GREAT Speaker: Gabriela D'Ávila Ferrara Level: Intermediate

Sick and tired of "X technology is only good for starting out; after you do, move to Y"? Good news - you don’t need to move away, you just need to ... See More

Sick and tired of "X technology is only good for starting out; after you do, move to Y"? Good news - you don’t need to move away, you just need to get in further! In this talk, you'll learn about improvements in the newest version of the most used database in the world. What are Window Functions? How do you use CTEs? How can the new default encoding help me and what should I look for when upgrading versions? See Less

Side Track Learning The How's and Why's of Machine Learning Speaker: Liam Wiltshire Level: All

Since it's founding, Tebex has processed over 18 million payments for games servers around the world. This is a rich data source, and one that we'v... See More

Since it's founding, Tebex has processed over 18 million payments for games servers around the world. This is a rich data source, and one that we've significantly under-used. We know there should be ways of using this data to improve our product and to make our merchant's lives easier - how and where to start, now that's a totally different question! Join Liam as he shares Tebex's initial experiences in experimenting with machine learning to use past data to prevent fraud in the future - different algorithms we've tried, (many) failed experiments, the situation today and plans for the future. See Less

15.45 King George
King George Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

16:15 Main Track
Main Track Everything is Awesome The LEGOⓇ Approach to Being an Awesome Co-worker Speaker: Paul Verbeek-Mast Level: All

🎵Everything is cool when you’re part of a team!🎵 The Lego Movie came out almost 4 years ago, and it taught children everywhere the importance of teamwork. And what teamwork, and working in harmony, actually is. Let’s just hope that those lessons really stick with these kids. Because let’s be honest, we’re making a mess of it. But it’s not too late for us. We can learn from the Lego Movie as well. I’ll show you how you can help to make sure everyone feels safe and respected in your team and your company. How you can feel better being the unique person you are within your team. And how you can make your, and everyone else’s, life more awesome!

17.00 King George
King George Mid Conference Social

The conference social is open to all conference attendees and gives you a chance to relax and meet other delegates after a big day of learning. More details »

Friday 22nd February 2019

Friday continues with the second day of the main conference. Again, you will be able to attend a morning keynote followed by four talk slots throughout the day. During each talk slot you'll have the choice between four different tracks. There will be 3 cake & coffee breaks, a 3 course lunch, and rolling tea, coffee and soft drinks included. The conference will close on Friday with a final featured keynote, a prize raffle from our sponsors, and then on to the evening post-conference social.

08.00 Brewery Foyer & King George
Brewery Foyer & King George Registration and Refreshments

Please bring a copy of your ticket either printed or on a mobile device.

09.00 Main Track
Main Track From Good to SOLID Becoming a Better PHP Developer Speaker: Katerina Trajchevska

Working with companies from early-stage startups to Fortune 500, I've experienced both the struggle of continuing someone else's work and the joy of it. The difference is only in their approach towards the design of their code. It's a minor effort if done on time, with a huge impact on the overall development of the software. In this presentation, we'll focus on what distinguishes a good developer from a strong one and learn how to stand out from the crowd. After this presentation, you'd understand how to incorporate the SOLID principles in your daily work and design your code for extendibility. You'd learn how to write code in a way that will make it easy to go back to a feature you developed a year ago and extend it with additional functionality in minutes, not hours.

09.45 King George
King George Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

10.15 Main Track Side Track Velocity Track Design Track
Main Track Microservices Gone Wrong Speaker: Anthony Ferrara Level: Intermediate

Microservices are the latest architectural trend to take the PHP community by storm. Is it a good pattern? How can you use it effectively? In this ... See More

Microservices are the latest architectural trend to take the PHP community by storm. Is it a good pattern? How can you use it effectively? In this talk, we'll explore real world experience building out a large scale application based around microservices - what worked really well, what didn't work at all, and what we learned along the way. Spoiler alert - we got a lot wrong. See Less

Side Track Test to Break Principles Speaker: Rob Waller Level: Intermediate

The talk aims to highlight the importance of testing, why developers must spend more of their time testing, how testing generates more robust appli... See More

The talk aims to highlight the importance of testing, why developers must spend more of their time testing, how testing generates more robust applications and why testing makes developers' lives easier. The talk is based around a live coding demo. The talk will: Explain the difference between tests that prove an application works and tests which aim to break the application logic - Highlight how test to break principles force developers to introduce logic to handle unexpected behaviour - Show how test to break principles result in more robust applications as developers write code that can only be used in one way - Encourage developers to apply test to break principles to all types of tests, including manual tests. See Less

Velocity Track LAMP ❤️ AWS Moving your application to the cloud Speaker: Mike Lehan Level: Intermediate

There are a great many reasons your application can benefit from moving to the cloud, but enough requirements for retraining, uncertainty around co... See More

There are a great many reasons your application can benefit from moving to the cloud, but enough requirements for retraining, uncertainty around cost or complexity and just plain worry about what can go wrong to delay or prevent such a move. When my business moved to the cloud we learned that there are ways around many of these challenges, allowing you to move your application in a way which might not be best practice but which works and gives you a solid platform from which to advance and improve your cloud implementation. In this tutorial we'll look at key building blocks to put a LAMP application onto AWS, what might cause problems for your individual use cases and how to mitigate these. As well as basic plans to get you started we'll look at pathways to modify your application and train your team to take more advantage of cloud native features and adhere to infrastructure and security best practices in a way which allows you to keep running your team and your business. See Less

Design Track A Practical Introduction to Strategic Domain Driven Design Speaker: Pim Elshoff Level: All

Knowing how to do things right is half the battle. Knowing how to do the right thing is the under appreciated but essential other half. In this wor... See More

Knowing how to do things right is half the battle. Knowing how to do the right thing is the under appreciated but essential other half. In this workshop we'll learn how to discover the language of our clients. We will gracefully evolve our understanding from nothing to something and use various modelling tools to grow our understanding of the problem. If you want to have better conversations, make more useful models, and have the optimal preparation for writing code, then this is the workshop for you. Topics include context mapping, event storming, and value mapping. See Less

11.15 Main Track and Side Track
Main Track and Side Track Room change

11.30 Main Track Side Track
Main Track Does Your Code Measure Up? Speaker: Adam Culp Level: All

After days, weeks, or months of coding many developers don’t know how to gauge the quality of their code. I’ll introduce tools to grade, benchmark,... See More

After days, weeks, or months of coding many developers don’t know how to gauge the quality of their code. I’ll introduce tools to grade, benchmark, and analyze PHP code in an automated fashion allowing developers to write better quality software. Then I’ll explain key metrics to help understand what may need to be refactored, and use code smells to point out bugs before end-users discover them. Attendees will see how to use these tools, know where to find them, and be able to implement them in their own workflows. See Less

Side Track More Secrets of Cryptography Speaker: Chris Riley Level: Advanced

Alice and Bob have covered the basics of secure communication but cryptography can offer us more than this. After a brief refresher on the basics, ... See More

Alice and Bob have covered the basics of secure communication but cryptography can offer us more than this. After a brief refresher on the basics, we'll take a look at some of these other aspects of cryptography including hash functions, elliptic curves and quantum cryptography. Then we'll take a look at some practical applications answering questions such as: can I trust a web of trust? or should I use a block chain for this? See Less

12.30 King George
King George Lunch

A 3 course buffet lunch will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

13.30 Main Track Side Track Velocity Track Design Track
Main Track From Dev to Prod with GitLab CI Speaker: Stephan Hochdörfer Level: Intermediate

Continuous Delivery Pipeline as code is key helping you to ensure long term maintainability. Treating your pipeline as code helps you to version it... See More

Continuous Delivery Pipeline as code is key helping you to ensure long term maintainability. Treating your pipeline as code helps you to version it in your SCM of choice, makes changes easily traceable and lets anyone on your team make required changes. In this session I will show you how we build and maintain our Continuous Delivery pipeline using tools like GitLab CI, Docker, Nexus and Traefik. Together we will take a deep dive into the GitLab CI Build Pipelines to build and deploy docker containers to dev, stage and production environments. See Less

Side Track Get GOing with a New Language Speaker: Kat Zien Level: All

Learning more than one programming language is key to becoming a better developer. It is like adding a new tool to your toolbox. The more tools you... See More

Learning more than one programming language is key to becoming a better developer. It is like adding a new tool to your toolbox. The more tools you have, the easier and quicker you’ll be able to tackle whatever job you need to do. You’ll also be able to use the right tool for the job, and who doesn’t like that?! I picked up Go (golang) a few years ago as it was becoming more popular among developers. Coming from a PHP background, I had no idea what channels or goroutines were or how is concurrency different from parallelism. I’ve got to say, it was a whole new world. Very different, but very cool. I was hooked! By happy coincidence, my company was looking to rewrite a legacy PHP app in Go. It was over 2000 lines of procedural and messy PHP4 with more downtime than I’m willing to admit to. I took on this project, and soon enough we had a much faster, more maintainable and much more reliable app for our customers. Go gave us options we would not have in PHP. The goal of this talk is to give you a good idea of what Go is and how it compares with PHP. We’ll look at the language itself as well as the tooling and communities around it. Even if you’re not sold on Go by the end of it, I hope you’ll leave inspired to go out there and learn whatever language you wanted to look into next. See Less

Velocity Track Transparent Docker Speaker: Donald Tyler Level: Intermediate

Keeping your environments in sync has been a challenge for software development for a long time. Developers tend to install their own versions of l... See More

Keeping your environments in sync has been a challenge for software development for a long time. Developers tend to install their own versions of languages, databases, services etc. Doing so manually results in not only inconsistencies between dev and prod, but also from developer to developer, resulting in the always wonderful ""It works on my machine"" syndrome. Various tools have strived to solve this problem: MAMP, XAMP, VirtualBox, Vargrant, Puppet, Chef, homestead, etc. These are all steps in the right direction, but they're often heavy and require developers to learn new skills to work with them. In this talk, I'll be showing you how to Dockerize a new or existing project in such a way that the developers that use the project barely even know they are using Docker. Getting a new dev up to speed on a new project with a factory fresh machine is literally just a matter of installing Docker and check out the source code. That's it! Some of the benefits you'll see from using this approach:

  • Onboard new devs in minutes.
  • Have projects with unique (often incompatible) dependencies on a single machine.
  • Dockerized environment that acts like natively installed tools
  • Version locking of the tech stack
  • Updates to dependencies automatically distributed to other developers
  • Easily extended into CI/CD"
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Design Track Best Practices for Crafting High Quality PHP Apps Speaker: James Titcumb Level: Intermediate

This prototype works, but it’s not pretty, and now it’s in production. That legacy application really needs some TLC. Where do we start? When creat... See More

This prototype works, but it’s not pretty, and now it’s in production. That legacy application really needs some TLC. Where do we start? When creating long lived applications, it’s imperative to focus on good practices. The solution is to improve the whole development life cycle; from planning, better coding and testing, to automation, peer review and more. In this tutorial, we’ll take a deep dive into each of these areas, looking at how we can make positive, actionable change in our workflow. This workshop intends to improve your skills in planning, documenting, some aspects of development, testing and delivery of software for both legacy and greenfield projects. The workshop is made up of multiple exercises, allowing dynamic exploration into the various aspects of the software development life cycle. In each practical exercise, we'll brainstorm and investigate solutions, ensuring they are future-proofed, well tested and lead to the ultimate goal of confidence in delivering stable software. See Less

14.30 Main Track and Side Track
Main Track and Side Track Room change

14.45 Main Track Side Track
Main Track Hybrid Databases How De-normalizing Your Data with JSON Can Boost Query Performance Speaker: David Stokes Level: Intermediate

Database joins can be expensive and you can reduce dives into the indexes/data by using JSON columns. By loading data kept in smaller 'stub' tables... See More

Database joins can be expensive and you can reduce dives into the indexes/data by using JSON columns. By loading data kept in smaller 'stub' tables into main tables it is possible to minimize joins for simple data like address, phone numbers, and the like in schemaless JSON documents. Yes, third normal form or better has advantages at many levels but it is a design that is costly for many-to-many relations! It is very easy to refactor data is is often stagnant or infrequently updated to take advantage of hybrid SQL/NoSQL databases to greatly increase overall query performance plus increase code readability. This approach can completely change your ideas on data architecture and provide easy mutability for future changes. See Less

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15.45 King George
King George Refreshment break

Light refreshments will be served in the exhibition hall where you will also be able to network with fellow delegates and our sponsors.

16.15 Main Track
Main Track I deploy on Fridays (and maybe you should too) Speaker: Michiel Rook Level: Intermediate

Have you ever heard someone say “Don’t deploy on Friday”? I used to say that too! Learn about resilience and operability, deployments, pipelines and continuous testing. Discover trunk based development, pair programming and best practices, and gain the confidence to deploy any day of the week!

17.00 The Pasteur Rooms at The Brewery
The Pasteur Rooms at The Brewery Post Conference Social

The conference social is open to all conference attendees and gives you a chance to relax and meet other delegates after a big day of learning. More details »

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