Asynchronous PHP: No Longer a Hack Job

Synopsis

PHP as an event-based programming language? It’s been possible for a while, but in all the wrong ways. There is a better way, and this talk will take you down the ReactPHP rabbit hole and back again in less time that it takes to make 3.6 billion requests!

Testimonials

Good coverage of asynchronicity and a slightly scary coverage of the hoops to jump through to achieve it in PHP. Jacinta Richardson
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Previously Presented At

Starts: Nov 2014
Open Source Developers’ Conference
Gold Coast, Australia
Starts: Oct 2014
Melbourne PHP Users Group
Melbourne, Australia

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I don't send many updates. I don't like to spam. Let's face it - I've not posted many new articles for a while (although I do plan on changing that). If you subscribe to new articles, I'll send no more than two emails a week. As for workshop and conference information, that'll be as and when I have details. It's not likely to be more than an email a week.