Call for papers – Forum PHP 2016
October 27th and 28th, 2016, Montrouge – very close to Paris
Submit your talk and come to speak at the annual conference for PHP and Open Source communities, pros and PHP lovers: Forum PHP 2016. The event, organized by AFUP, will gather the entire PHP community at Beffroi de Montrouge on October 27th and 28th.
You have a special skill and want to share your knowledge with the French PHP community ? You’d like to talk about a disruptive subject or to give us a feedback ? You’re at the right place!
This year, part of the program will focus on a specific subject: “Let’s deploy!”. You can talk about early adopted technologies – like React-PHP, or scaring one – like workers, or tools relative to your production environment – like log management or deployment? We want to hear your feedback, tell us how you use your tools ! Do you work for a website with big needs for scalability ? Come and talk about performances, fine-tuning of hard or soft servers and explain us how to deal with attacks like dos or ddos. And if you know a lot about security (API Authentication, CSRF, …) we can’t wait to hear from you!
For 2 days, the community will attend to plenary conferences, workshops, lightning-talks, but will also share some casual moments.
Your subject can last 3 hours? You want to share it with a small group of developers, who will work on their own computer while you explain? We are looking for 3 hours workshops. If your subject fits in the format, tell us !
Do you need some help ? Is it your first time as a speaker ? We would be happy to help you and give some advices. Just write it in your proposal.
The selection comity will read every proposal once the CFP is closed. We can ask for some more details if needed. The choice will be based upon following criteria: the abstract of the talk, the oral quality of the speaker, the subject of the talk and its interest for a professional audience, and the complementarity of the talks.
Every candidate will get a personnal feedback. There is no recourse to appeal.
End of the call for speakers
Thank you for submitting your session proposal.
For all those who submitted the proposals you will receive a response soon.