October 26th - 28th

Clarion Congress Hotel Prague

Czech Republic

About the conference

The new season and new challenges! As conference organisers, we understand perfectly that you can stay with peloton only when you focus on development. That is why phpCE, as an event aimed at a wide group of PHP programmers from Central Europe, leaves Poland for the first time. We are stronger than before thanks to the organisers of Brno PHP Conference and volunteers from the Pehapkaři group. Together we have been working for the success of this year’s edition and we are inviting you to Prague.

Our persistent plan is that the conference will regularly 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 (2019) of phpCE in Dresden, Germany. It is completely no barrier to do the same in Hungary, Austria, Slovakia or the Baltic states. 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 the biggest PHP community conference in this part of Europe! We are ready to host over thousand people - working and thinking about the same problems as you.

Diversified difficulty levels

We place yet bigger emphasis on Relaxing, Intermediate and Geek paths this year.

Workshop Friday

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

Possibility of accommodate on site

You can choose a comfortable accommodation in Clarion Congress Hotel, but also stay outside and buy the ticket only. With meals, of course.

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

We change the lobby on the conference floor to the huge chillout zone! And besides, we prepare something really special for the Saturday's night.

Our special guest

Rasmus Lerdorf

The PHP Language Creator

Rasmus Lerdorf is known for having gotten the PHP project off the ground in 1995 and has contributed to a number of other open source projects over the years. He was an infrastructure architect at Yahoo! for more than 7 years and joined Etsy in 2012. He was born in Greenland, grew up in Denmark and Canada and has a Systems Design engineering degree from the University of Waterloo. You can follow @rasmus on Twitter.

Agenda

Workshop Day

Friday

October 26, 2018
09:00
Registration of workshop participants
09:30
10:00
Building a scalable distributed websocket architecture with PHP (part I)
James Mallison
Tactical DDD Practices applied to Doctrine 2 Projects (part I)
Marco Pivetta
Full-Text Search Internals
Philipp Krenn
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
Aspect-Oriented Paradigm in PHP with Go! AOP
Alexander Lisachenko
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
Lunch
14:30
15:00
Building a scalable distributed websocket architecture with PHP (part II)
James Mallison
Tactical DDD Practices applied to Doctrine 2 Projects (part II)
Marco Pivetta
GraphQL Server in PHP with Symfony Flex
Renato mefi
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00
17:30
18:00
18:30

Conference Days

Saturday

October 27, 2018

Relaxing

Intermediate

Geek

08:00
Registration & check-in
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00
Official opening
09:15
Keynote: 12 years in the life of elephpant
Damien Seguy
09:30
09:45
10:00
Good Project From Scratch
Paweł Lewtak
How I learned to Stop Wiring and Love Autowiring Containers
Beau Simensen
Image classification in PHP using neural networks
Karol Przybyszewski
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
Coffee break
11:15
11:30
Dependency Injection and Dependency Inversion in PHP
James Mallison
Profiling PHP
Sebastian Grodzicki
Contributing to PHP's Core
Gabriel Caruso
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
Get Rolling Fast with Symfony Flex
Beau Simensen
How Doctrine caching can skyrocket your application
Jachim Coudenys
Refactoring the Domain Guided by Tests
Pim Elshoff
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30
Lunch
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
Rasmus' talk
14:45
15:00
15:15
15:30
How to create chatbot in PHP (and why)?
Adam Matysiak
Nuclear powered software security
Christopher Riley
Total Recall - The application that never forgets
Holger Woltersdorf
15:45
16:00
16:15
16:30
Docker for "dummies"
Jakub Kluvánek
Symfony Messenger: Queues, workers, and much more!
Samuel ROZE
Proactive web security
Bastian Hofmann
16:45
17:00
You Still Upgrade Your Application to Major Versions Manually?
Tomas Votruba
17:15
17:30
Coffee break
17:45
18:00
Tracy: an addictive tool to ease debugging
David Grudl
Introducing CQRS into Legacy Code
Stefan Priebsch
PHPStan Under the Hood
Jan Tvrdík
18:15
18:30
Using migrations and fixtures
Miro Svrtan
18:45
19:00
Platinum Sponsor's talk
Natural Language Understanding meets PHP
Maximilian Berghoff
Minimize the framework and allow yourself some DDD
Milko Kosturkov
19:15
19:30
19:45
20:00
Dinner
20:15
20:30
20:45
21:00
After-party
21:15
21:30
21:45
22:00
22:15
22:30
22:45
23:00
23:15
23:30
23:45

Sunday

October 28, 2018

Relaxing

Intermediate

Geek

09:00
When testing makes no sense
Miro Svrtan
MONOREPO: How We Started to Save Our Developers Time
Petr Heinz
Running PHP applications on .NET Core
Ben Fistein
09:15
09:30
09:45
10:00
The Creative Developer
Renato mefi
Beyond Documentation With OpenAPI
Boyan Yordanov
Strict programming in PHP
Gabriel Caruso
10:15
10:30
JSON API: Možná nepotřebujete GraphQL
Ondřej Machulda
Should Shiny JWT Tokens Replace Sessions?
Grzegorz Skorupa
10:45
11:00
Coffee break
11:15
11:30
Vim pre PHP, PHP pre Vim
Miroslav Šedivý
Modern SQL: Evolution of a dinosaur
Markus Winand
Serveless PHP applications
Matthieu Napoli
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
How we are switching whole system and keep system stable
Ľuboš Beran
Cracking passwords, or why use password_hash()
Michal Špaček
Of representation and interpretation: A unified theory
Arnout Boks
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30
Closing keynote: “Writing code that lasts” … or writing code you won’t hate tomorrow.
Rafael Dohms
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30
Closing remarks
14:45

Speakers

  • Ľuboš Beran

    Ľuboš Beran

    Factcool
  • Maximilian Berghoff

    Maximilian Berghoff

    Herr
  • Arnout Boks

    Arnout Boks

    Moxio
  • Gabriel Caruso

    Gabriel Caruso

    Leroy Merlin
  • Jachim Coudenys

    Jachim Coudenys

    Combell Group
  • Rafael Dohms

    Rafael Dohms

    Usabilla
  • Pim Elshoff

    Pim Elshoff

    Procurios
  • Ben Fistein

    Ben Fistein

    iolevel
  • Sebastian Grodzicki

    Sebastian Grodzicki

    SHOWROOM
  • David Grudl

    David Grudl

  • Petr Heinz

    Petr Heinz

    Shopsys s.r.o.
  • Bastian Hofmann

    Bastian Hofmann

    SysEleven
  • Jakub Kluvánek

    Jakub Kluvánek

    Bidding Fox technologies s.r.o.
  • Milko Kosturkov

    Milko Kosturkov

    KiboIT
  • Philipp Krenn

    Philipp Krenn

    Elastic
  • Paweł Lewtak

    Paweł Lewtak

    GOG.com
  • Alexander Lisachenko

    Alexander Lisachenko

    Alpari
  • Ondřej Machulda

    Ondřej Machulda

    LMC s. r. o.
  • James Mallison

    James Mallison

    trivago
  • Adam Matysiak

    Adam Matysiak

    HighSolutions Sp. z o.o.
  • Renato mefi

    Renato mefi

    usabilla
  • Matthieu Napoli

    Matthieu Napoli

  • Marco Pivetta

    Marco Pivetta

    Roave
  • Stefan Priebsch

    Stefan Priebsch

    thePHP.cc
  • Karol Przybyszewski

    Karol Przybyszewski

    Incepton
  • Christopher Riley

    Christopher Riley

    Imhotek Consulting
  • Samuel ROZE

    Samuel ROZE

    Kamet Ventures
  • Miroslav Šedivý

    Miroslav Šedivý

    UBIMET GmbH
  • Damien Seguy

    Damien Seguy

    Exakat
  • Beau Simensen

    Beau Simensen

    beausimensen.com
  • Grzegorz Skorupa

    Grzegorz Skorupa

    Intive
  • Michal Špaček

    Michal Špaček

  • Miro Svrtan

    Miro Svrtan

    Null Development
  • Jan Tvrdík

    Jan Tvrdík

  • Tomas Votruba

    Tomas Votruba

    Péhápkaři
  • Markus Winand

    Markus Winand

    winand.at
  • Holger Woltersdorf

    Holger Woltersdorf

    Fortuneglobe GmbH
  • Boyan Yordanov

    Boyan Yordanov

Venue

Clarion Congress Hotel Prague ****

Clarion Congress Hotel Prague was opened in March 2008. Currently, it is one of the largest and most state-of-the-art congress hotels in the Czech Republic.

Because of the large space of the congress facilities (up to 2,500 people), cutting-edge technical equipment, a corresponding accommodation capacity and, primarily, a comprehensive offer of services, the hotel became a popular venue for a number of specialists, social and sports events and meetings.

The hotel has the excellent transport accessibility, including underground station (Vysočanska, B-line, located directly under the building) and the hotel's garage parking for cars and buses. The Hotel restaurants and bars, famous for their excellent cuisine - both Czech and international, along with the wellness and fitness centre and the Fenix shopping mall represent services open to the general public as well.

Note that the Clarion Hotel 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.

Access

Public transport
At the Main Railway Station go to line C image/svg+xml metro station called Hlavní nádraží – the entrance is at the railway station hall. Take the Letňany direction and get off at the next station named Florenc. Here change to line B image/svg+xml and take the Černý Most direction. Pass 5 stations and get off at the Vysočanská station, which is situated in the undergrounds of The Clarion hotel.
Self-drive
The hotel is located in the north-east part of the city in Prague 9 - Vysočany district and the most convenient way to get there is from the following directions: Dresden (D-8), Liberec (D-10) or Hradec Kralove (D-11). In other cases, you have to take the ringway.
Go to the junction of 10 (Novopacká) and 601 (Kbelská) roads. You head east to the Kbelská St., turn right into the Kolbenova St. at the first traffic lights, and continue along Kolbenova until the tram loop. At the traffic lights turn left into the Freyova St. and go to an underground car park behind the Fenix shopping centre.
GPS: 50.10940N, 14.50116E.
Aircraft
At the airport get on a city bus #100 and continue to the end stop Zličín. Here change to line B image/svg+xml of the metro and pass by 19 stations up to the Vysočanská station, which is situated in the undergrounds of The Clarion hotel.
Optionally, you can use the AE (Airport Express) line which ends at the Main Railway Station, and then follow the directions as in case of "Public transport".

Where to stay?

Clarion Congress Hotel Prague 4*

120 or 150 € / room / night

The price is breakfast, free internet, wellness & fitness inclusive. VAT is also included. A special discount of 15 € is valid until August 26th (a room, a night).
Note that the Clarion Hotel 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.

Corinthia Hotel Prague 5*

from 117.30 € / room / night

The price is breakfast, free internet, taxes and fees inclusive. The best rate is available with not refundable or changeable option. Flat promo code for us is valid for your stay from October 25 to 28 and until available.
All persons who want to book a bed here are strongly encouraged to do it well in advance.

third proposal

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We are working on the best possible prices also in other objects in Prague. Stay tuned!

Tickets

The Blind Bird, Early Bird, Regular and Late Decision tickets (shown below) are valid from all talks from Saturday morning until the end of the conference on Sunday. The conference pass, lunch & dinner on Saturday, after-party and starter-pack are included.
If you want to attend workshops on Friday, you have to order an additional Workshop Day Ticket, separately.
Limited edition of V.I.P. tickets consists conference pass, participation in sightseeing Prague with speakers on Thursday (same services as for speakers are included), a unique conference badge and the precedence of taking seats in the first row in every lecture hall.

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

All prices shown below are VAT inclusive (Czech rate, 21%).

Sponsors

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Contact

On-line Support

support.conferia.eu

E-mail

info@phpce.eu

Phone

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

Organiser

Conferia Sp. z o.o. (LLC)
address: ul. Wodzisławska 50A
city: Rybnik
zip code: 44-200
country: Poland
Polish VAT ID: PL6423207390
Czech VAT ID: CZ684528306

Branding

Organisers

  • Dariusz Grzesista

    Dariusz Grzesista

    Conferia
    Originator, founder and team leader of the php Central Europe Conference. Event manager with ten-year experience, involved in the Linux Autumn, PHPCon Poland, PyCon PL and dBConf conferences. Former president of the Polish Linux Users Group. Devops in Polish customs administration from a dozen years. Happy husband and father of other phpCE organisers ;) Addicted to nomad-like bike trips with tent, foampad and bedroll.
  • Joanna Grzesista

    Joanna Grzesista

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

    Mariusz Kuta

    webMASTAH.pl
    Frontend ninja, database lover, php hooligan. phpCE'18 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.
  • Daniel Błach

    Daniel Błach

    Mentax.pl
    Team Leader and PHP developer at Mentax.pl. Road trip maniac, living by the motto "Home is where you park it". At phpCE'18 acts as Opening Day event leader, Sponsor Room Time Turner and announcer.
  • Grzegorz Tlołka

    Grzegorz Tlołka

    Mentax.pl
    Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist. Well… Actually not, but who read descriptions?
  • 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 stuff-things on PHPCE and for many years on PHPCon PL 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.
  • Martin Hlavač

    Martin Hlavač

    Wayfair LLC
    Software Engineer that loves to solve real problems. Making feedback loops faster and more open. Responsible for phpCE'18 Platinum Sponsorship relations. Czech translation guru for the conference website and more.
  • Honza Černý

    Honza Černý

    Kreativní Laboratoř
    Digital alchemist working between humans and machines. Organizer of PHP Prague and PoSobota. Active Czech support for the phpCE Org Team.
  • 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.
  • Nat Przybylska

    Nat Przybylska

    Project Manager in the biggest marketplace for gamers. She believes in simple but functional solutions, constantly focused on an end user. She organised Phpers summit. Her passions are events management, running and breaking a sweat during TRX. At phpCE'18 responsible for organiser's check-in and starter pack distribution.
  • Mateusz Grzesista

    Mateusz Grzesista

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

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