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La conférence

Writing Effective PHP

PHP has evolved massively since its first days, and it's on the road to a full-featured language. However, at the same time, there is a lot of outdated information and libraries with poorly written code.

This talk is about writing PHP Code that is: safe, robust, and maintainable. We are going to cover a set of rules, that if you follow them; they will get you on the habit of writing code well.

Get ready for a 25 min live-coding session, where I go through practical examples. You will learn how to design classes, how to think about your API to prevent breaking changes, and discover concepts around designing and creating objects, when and how to use immutability, and much more.

Grace Hopper

It will be your second talk hosted by AFUP. You’ve given many talks, like in Serbia or in Madrid. Why did you choose to come back to Forum PHP?

As a regular conference speaker, I always try to get back to conferences that bring me joy. Last year, I had an outstanding experience speaking at Forum PHP. A very well-organized conference where I made tons of new friends.

Also, as I have a close relationship with the Laravel community, people approached me with questions about the framework, and that was awesome. Can’t wait to repeat this experience this year.

Your conference will include a live-coding, a format that contains some risks. Why did you take this challenge?

I believe that there is some magic when you code on stage, as attendees don’t want to miss a piece of it. Also, when you use very practical examples, the talk tends to adapt better to real-word applications.

Code quality is a subject that is taking off: new tools are frequently released. Do you have any tips and tricks to help us improve with the methodology?

PHP has evolved massively since its first days, and it’s on the road to a full-featured language. It’s essential to keep yourself up to date following the best practices on modern PHP. Some examples: static analysis, object calisthenics, defensive programming, are just a few of the topics that are coming more and more to the scene.

To keep yourself up-to-date, I propose you follow closely what developers in our community are doing: Symfony core developers, Laravel core developers, and others. Follow them closely and see how they do things.

Also, If you are a video learner and you want to take PHP Seriously, please sign up to my premium video course: nunomaduro.com/writing-effective-php

This video course is designed to help you make effective use of Modern PHP. Contains rules to get you on the habit of writing robust, safe, and maintainable code.

Une conférence présentée par

Nuno Maduro is a member of the PHP community for a long time now. Last year, he made a total of 2,562 open source contributions and he has spoken at conferences such as PHP Serbia, Laracon EU, ForumPHP France, or Laravel Live India. He has a close relationship with the Laravel community, as he has contributed to the core of the framework. he has also created tons of open source packages such as PHP Insights, Laravel Zero, Scout Extended, Collision, Larastan, and more. Now, Nuno work as maintainer of the open source API clients and integrations at Algolia, where he has to write robust, safe, and maintainable code. Early this year, he has launched my premium video course: https://nunomaduro.com/writing-effective-php.

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