October 4th - 6th

UFA Kristallpalast

Dresden, Germany

About the conference

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This year, thanks to the support of PHP Usergroup Dresden, our conference will be held in the Federal Republic of Germany. phpCE is an event addressed to a vast group of developers and PHP enthusiasts from Central Europe. We hope that our offer will turn out to be so interesting that you too will want to join us. It is going to be very interesting because for the first time we will meet at.... the cinema!

We still mean to move from one country to another so that the event will appear in different countries of Central Europe. We already invite you to visit next edition (2020) of phpCE in Bratislava, Slovakia. It is completely no barrier to do the same in Hungary, Austria, Lithuania or another Baltic state. Dozens and dozens depends on local PHP groups engagement, so, if you feel that phpCE Conference should host in your country, don't wait and contact us – we are really ready to do it!

Why you should join us?

Brilliant event

You can attend in most interesting PHP community conference in this part of Europe! Here you will meet the international PHP community that works on and is concerned about similar problems to yours.

Diversified difficulty levels

We continue division into Relaxing, Intermediate and Geek paths.
It does really good!

Workshop Friday

As usual, Friday means Workshops, i.e. practical knowledge for the asking and great opportunity to clarify all details!

Accommodation within reach!

Within a distance of several hundred meters you will find a lot of large hotels with a varied offer. Dresden is a huge accommodation base!

Contests and rewards

Our sponsors are happy to organise different kinds of contests with many valued rewards. It's worth to visit us and take part in it!

Entertainment zone

UFA Kristallpapast lobby is our sponsor & chillout zone!

Program

Workshop Day

Friday

October 4, 2019
09:00
🎫 Workshop check-in
09:30
10:00
Getting the Most Out of PHPStan, part I
Ondrej Mirtes
Better and Faster: TDD-ing a Ride-Hailing Application w/ PHPUnit, Symfony and Doctrine
Chris Holland
PHP Internals Deep Dive
Derick Rethans
Websockets calling: Building a Real-time application with PHP, part I
Mike Lehan
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
🍴 Lunch
14:30
15:00
Getting the Most Out of PHPStan, part II
Ondrej Mirtes
Implementing Clean Architecture in PHP
Rim Khazhin
Web Application Security
Anna Filina
Websockets calling: Building a Real-time application with PHP, part II
Mike Lehan
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00
17:30
18:00
18:30

Conference Days

Saturday

October 5, 2019

Relaxing

Intermediate

Geek

08:00
🎫 Check-in and starter-pack distribution
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00
09:15
09:30
Keynote: Get on stage!
Rowdy Rabouw
09:45
10:00
10:15
10:30
6 Things I Learned as a Lead Developer
Gabor Nadai
Pragmatic PHP
Nuno Maduro
When Frameworks Sucks
Damnjan Jovanovic
10:45
11:00
11:15
☕ Coffee break
11:30
11:45
Machine Learning - how to begin to learn the machine in PHP
Arkadiusz Kondas
I want to code! - how do we save time thanks to SCRUM meetings
Agata Sobek
Probabilistic data structures and algorithms for Big Data applications
Asmir Mustafic
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
How to f*ck up your Development team with Microservices
Stephan Schulze
Designing Classes with a Single Responsibility
Valentin Boyanov Rusev
From Event Storming to working code
Arkadiusz Kondas
13:00
13:15
13:30
🍴 Lunch
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
Adventures in MySQL - 10 Awesome features you're probably not using
Liam Wiltshire
to be announced
Doctrine Performance Optimization
Anna Filina
14:45
15:00
15:15
15:30
Decouple everything
Johannes Pichler
Automation? ANSIBLE - simple, secure, stable
Susann Sgorzaly
Versioning in a Microservice Architecture
Stephan Schulze
15:45
16:00
16:15
16:30
You call yourself a Senior Developer?
Antonio Peric-Mazar
Distributed Domain Destruction - Adventures in building distributed systems
Srdjan Vranac
Scale Your Tests with Codeception
Michael Bodnarchuk
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30
☕ Coffee break
17:45
18:00
Testing Strategy with the Help of a Static Analyzer
Ondrej Mirtes
Framework agnostic application - will it fit with Symfony?
Dariusz Drobisz
Highly Available Cross Region Deployments with Kubernetes
Bastian Hofmann
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00
Deploy your PHP app with Docker Swarm
Asmir Mustafic
Git Fu developing
Sebastian Feldmann
DDD, CQRS, ES, Hexagonal... and Symfony
Tomasz Kowalczyk
19:15
19:30
19:45
20:00
20:15
20:30
🍺 🍺 🍺 After-party
20:45
21:00
21:15
21:30
21:45

Sunday

October 6, 2019

Relaxing

Intermediate

Geek

10:00
Destructive patterns or how to wreck any project in 4-6 weeks
Paweł Lewtak
Xdebug 3.0
Derick Rethans
School of PHP Magic
Alexander Lisachenko
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
☕ Coffee break
11:15
11:30
to be announced
Strangler Pattern in practice
Michał Kurzeja
Event Sourcing and CQRS applied to a complex problem domain: The Neos Content Repository
Sebastian Kurfürst
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
A guide to writing better apps
Wojciech Sznapka
Battle tested API design
Johannes Pichler
to be announced
12:45
13:00
13:15
Monitoring site health using Icinga 2: A technical guide to check if everything is ok
Christian Bläul
Escaping from OOP boundaries
Alexander Lisachenko
Getting the most of PHPUnit assertions
Gabriel Caruso
13:30
13:45
14:00
🔑 Closing remarks
14:15

Speakers

  • Christian Bläul

    Christian Bläul

    QuoData GmbH Quality & Statistics
  • Michael Bodnarchuk

    Michael Bodnarchuk

    SDCLabs
  • Valentin Boyanov Rusev

    Valentin Boyanov Rusev

    Onestic
  • Gabriel Caruso

    Gabriel Caruso

    Usabilla
  • Dariusz Drobisz

    Dariusz Drobisz

    Domain Driven
  • Sebastian Feldmann

    Sebastian Feldmann

    CHECK24
  • Anna Filina

    Anna Filina

    Zenika
  • Bastian Hofmann

    Bastian Hofmann

    SysEleven
  • Chris Holland

    Chris Holland

    TriNet
  • Damnjan Jovanovic

    Damnjan Jovanovic

    Billie
  • Rim Khazhin

    Rim Khazhin

    Faladdin
  • Arkadiusz Kondas

    Arkadiusz Kondas

    Proget Sp. z o.o.
  • Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Gentleman
  • Sebastian Kurfürst

    Sebastian Kurfürst

    Neos Core Team / Sandstorm Media
  • Michał Kurzeja

    Michał Kurzeja

    Accesto
  • Mike Lehan

    Mike Lehan

  • Paweł Lewtak

    Paweł Lewtak

  • Alexander Lisachenko

    Alexander Lisachenko

    Alpari
  • Nuno Maduro

    Nuno Maduro

    Algolia
  • Ondrej Mirtes

    Ondrej Mirtes

    PHPStan
  • Asmir Mustafic

    Asmir Mustafic

  • Gabor Nadai

    Gabor Nadai

    ingatlan.com
  • Antonio  Peric-Mazar

    Antonio Peric-Mazar

    Locastic
  • Johannes Pichler

    Johannes Pichler

    karriere.at GmbH
  • Rowdy Rabouw

    Rowdy Rabouw

    double-R webdevelopment
  • Derick Rethans

    Derick Rethans

    Xdebug
  • Stephan Schulze

    Stephan Schulze

    Project A
  • Susann Sgorzaly

    Susann Sgorzaly

    ITEXIA GmbH
  • Agata Sobek

    Agata Sobek

    SIENN
  • Wojciech Sznapka

    Wojciech Sznapka

    STS Gaming Group
  • Srdjan Vranac

    Srdjan Vranac

    Code4Hire Kft.
  • Liam Wiltshire

    Liam Wiltshire

    Tebex

Venues

Pullman Hotel (workshops)

The hotel provides conference rooms for meetings and events near the main railway station, on the central city promenade. On Friday we will have four air-conditioned comfortable rooms available equipped with projectors and of classroom arrangement. Within the workshop ticket we provide lunch and unlimited coffee.
Feel welcomed!

UFA Kristallpalast (regular talks)

UFA Crystal Palace was founded in 1997-98 and designed by a Viennese architect Coop Himmelb. It offers a total of 2668 seats in 8 cinemas on three levels. UFA is located in an excellent location of the city and is very well connected.

So created the most unusual multiplex in Saxony and one of the most famous cinemas in Germany. The deconstructive facade of the building creates an interesting contrast to the surrounding buildings. The compact concrete block is surrounded by a glass shell on the side of the Prague street. The crystalline structure is formed by glass surfaces supported by a steel frame structure.

Access

Public transport
The Pullman Hotel is located about 200 metres from the Central Station (at Prague St. – Pragerstrasse), while the UFA is about a 5 or 6-minute walk from the station.
In any case, you can use 3 or 8 tram, take two stops and get off at Walpurgisstrasse, opposite UFA.
Self-drive
Dresden is located at the junction of the A-4, A-13 and A-17 motorways. The latter is an extension of the Czech D-8 from Prague. In the city we go to the city centre and then to the Seevorstadt district. It is best to park your car near the town hall at St. Petersburgerstrasse.
parking: 51.046N, 13.739E
Hotel Pullman: 51.0425N, 13.735E.
UFA Kristallpalast: 51.044N, 13.7375E.
Aircraft
At the airport get on a S-Bahn train S-2 and continue to the Dresden-Hauptbahnhof station, then continue as in the Public transport description.
The railway station on the airport is located in the underground. Trains run every 30 minutes.

Where to stay?

Pullman Dresden Newa

from 99 € / room / night

The hotel is located on the Dresden main promenade - the Prague St. (Pragerstrasse). Both the conference venue and the railway station are a few hundred metres away. The Old Town can be reached on foot in 15-20 minutes.
The price includes accommodation in an air-conditioned room, breakfast, wi-fi internet and VAT.
Note that the object isn't reserved for our exclusiveness - accommodation will be offered only when possible.
Use the "PHPCE" keyword to obtain the price as above.

ibis Dresden Zentrum

from 74 € / room / night

Ibis Dresden Zentrum is 500 metres from the main railway station and a 10-minute walk from the Old Town. It offers air-conditioned rooms, free WiFi and a 24-hour bar.
The hotel rooms were renovated in 2011. They are decorated in classic style and equipped with a TV with satellite channels. Each room has a bathroom.
Note that the object isn't reserved for our exclusiveness - accommodation will be offered only when possible. All persons who want to book a bed here are strongly encouraged to do it well in advance.

The Student Hotel Dresden

from 97 € / room / night

A modern hotel located in the centre of Dresden between the main railway station and the historic Old Town. Nearby there are museums of cultural heritage and contemporary art galleries.
The rooms are decorated in a boutique style and have a TV, a desk and a private bathroom. Free WiFi is available in the entire hotel.
Note that the object isn't reserved for our exclusiveness - accommodation will be offered only when possible. All persons who want to book a bed here are strongly encouraged to do it well in advance.

Tickets

The Super Blind Bird, Blind Bird, Regular and Last Minute tickets (shown below) are valid from all talks from Saturday morning until the end of the conference on Sunday. The conference pass, lunch on Saturday, coffee breaks and starter-pack are included.
If you want to attend workshops on Friday, you have to order a ticket for choosen workshop, separately (lunch is included).

The proforma (order) invoice in euro currency will be issued and send you automatically when you register.

All prices shown below are VAT inclusive (German rate, 19%).

On-line payments are processed by PayLane sp. z o.o. located in Gdańsk, Poland, at ul. Nowrida 4, zip code: 80-280, KRS: 0000227278.

Sponsors

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Contact

On-line Support

support.conferia.eu

E-mail

info@phpce.eu

Phone

+48 604 435060
We speak English, Russian and natively Polish.

Organiser

Conferia Sp. z o.o. (LLC)
address: ul. Wodzisławska 50A
city: Rybnik
zip code: 44-200
country: Poland
VAT ID: PL6423207390

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Organisers

  • Dariusz Grzesista

    Dariusz Grzesista

    Conferia
    Originator, founder and team leader of the phpCE Conference. Event manager with ten-year experience, involved in the PHPCon Poland, Linux Autumn, PyCon PL and dBConf conferences. Former president of the Polish Linux Users Group. Senior developer in Polish National Tax Administration. Happy husband and father of other phpCE organisers, addicted to nomad-like bike trips with tent, foampad and bedroll.
  • Joanna Grzesista

    Joanna Grzesista

    Conferia
    Conferia's formal CEO, office manager and sponsor relation. Responsible for on-site organiser's reception and starter-pack distribution. Wife and mother of other phpCE organisers ;)
  • Holger Woltersdorf

    Holger Woltersdorf

    Fortuneglobe
    CIO - Head of FORTUNE SOLUTIONS at Fortuneglobe GmbH. About 12 years of developer and team-lead experience in mobile communication and fashion eCommerce industry. PHP developer for more than 17 years, Co-founder and chairman of the PHP USERGROUP DRESDEN e.V., avid meetup and conference speaker, core-developer of the open-source PHP framework IceHawk, dedicated to multiple other PHP open-source projects.
  • Marcel Führer

    Marcel Führer

    Fortuneglobe
    PHP Developer since 10 years, co-founder of PHP USER GROUP DRESDEN e.V. Loves to share his experience and to meet developers on meetups and conferences.
  • Mariusz Kuta

    Mariusz Kuta

    webMASTAH.pl
    Frontend ninja, database lover, php hooligan. phpCE website designer. Lecture hall technician and multimedia recorder. Addicted to electronic music, crime books and sunflower seeds.
  • Piotr Krzysztofik

    Piotr Krzysztofik

    piotrex41.pl
    PHP programmer, webmaster, webdesigner and webdeveloper. At phpCE acts as lecture hall technician responsible for multimedia recording and maintenance.
  • Przemysław Pawliczuk

    Przemysław Pawliczuk

    przemyslaw.pawliczuk.pl
    Specialist for pathetic and impossible issues. His first words were "Paamayim nekudotayim". Learnt programming upon rendez vous with Symfony, after 10 years with PHP. An orange juice addict, pays attention to technical issues on phpCE and for many years on PHPConPL just after started his journey as a speaker. After hours - husband, President of Pionier Rzeszów Toastmasters, DIY-maker, fan of accordion loving good vocal-trance music.
  • Václav Horký

    Václav Horký

    Vodafone
    Currently challenging PHP backend with Vodafone CZ and partly freelancing. In love with music and his family. Czech translation guru for phpCE'18.
  • Viktor Csiki

    Viktor Csiki

    Stronghold Media
    Full-Stack Software Developer, Systems & Database Administrator, and Master of Struggling with Pointless Tasks. Non-Baptizing Vegetarian. At phpCE'18 Master of Any Hungarian Translations.
  • Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Tomasz Kowalczyk

    GOG
    Software architect with over 10 years of experience in writing web applications. Functional Programming enthusiast pursuing the ultimate goal of software quality and maintainability. An author of several open source libraries. Provides well-designed and open solutions to technical problems.
  • Mateusz Grzesista

    Mateusz Grzesista

    Conferia
    Student of advertising and polygraphy in one of Silesian technical colleges. Junior org-team member at phpCE helping with a lecture hall technical issues and multimedia recording / maintenance.
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