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Day 1 - Saturday, August 17th

  11th floor Mann Sampson
8:00 am

Registration

Join us for breakfast on the 1st floor. Open all day.


8:30 am

Opening Remarks

With Michael Bourque

Join Michael Bourque for the opening for NEPHP13. Michael will give important information about the conference lineup, schedule changes, q&a, as well as some very interesting stories on how we all got here.


9:00 am

Keynote: Looking to the Past, to Predict the Future

With Eli White

Eli started working professionally on the web when NCSA Mosaic was state of the art and some upstart Netscape was appearing. Back then HTML was considered a programming language and it was sysadmins jobs to run a web server and create webpages. Since then the web has kept evolving and as programmers we have had to stay on top of that. PHP came onto the scene and gained a broad following by how easy it was to drop some code in the middle of your webpages (which later, as PHP became a robust language, we became embarrassed about). The future of robust apps, high scalability and PHP in the enterprise is here, but where are we going? Much of the web is written in JavaScript now, and the PHP application frameworks, such as WordPress & Drupal are far outnumbering the core PHP installations. Let's see what we can learn from the past, to predict where things will continue to evolve, how we can prepare ourselves for it, but more importantly what we can do as a community to help drive PHP to greater heights!


10:30 am    
11:30 am    
12:30 pm

Lunch

Join us for lunch on the 1st floor.


1:30 pm    
2:30 pm    
3:30 pm

Break

Join us for snacks on the 1st floor.


4:00 pm    

Day 2 - Sunday, August 18th

  11th floor Mann Sampson
8:00 am

Registration

Join us for breakfast on the 1st floor. Open all day.


9:00 am    
10:00 am    
11:00 am   

The UX of URLs
Ryan Freebern

Sampson, 45 Minutes
 
12:00 pm

Lunch

Join us for lunch on the 1st floor.


1:00 pm

Git Essentials
Matthew Barlocker

11th floor, 45 Minutes
 
  
2:00 pm    
3:00 pm

Break

Join us for snacks on the 1st floor.


3:30 pm

Keynote: Ten Evil Things - Features Engineering at Wikipedia

With Terry Chay

Wikipedia is the 5th largest website on the internet. The problem: the community that builds the "sum of all knowledge" is shrinking. The goal of Features Engineering is to reverse that editor trend. This talk covers 10 concepts in the modern web that Wikipedia is leveraging to reverse the decline.


5:00 pm

Close

Thank you for attending. Prizes and free giveaways. See you next year.