Developer Meetup

Caching with PSRs and using the concept of MVP

Find out how Drukwerkdeal.nl caches with PSR’s and utilizes the concept of MVP at our Developer Meetup in Deventer on 22 June.

  • Timetable
  • 6:30 pm - Doors open: get to know Drukwerkdeal.nl and have a drink!
  • 7:00 pm - Crunchy pizza’s!
  • 7:30 pm - Kick-off
  • 7:45 pm - Tim Talk
  • 8:15 pm - Break
  • 8:30 pm - Hannes' keynote
  • 9:30 pm - Drinks and socializing!
  • 10:30 pm - Closure

Where?

Keulenstraat 4, 7418 ET Deventer


When?

Thursday, 22 June 2017, at 6:30 PM

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PHP Standards Recommendations (PSRs) are PHP community standards developed by the PHP Framework Interoperability Group (PHP-FIG). It is about how we should write code in a way that’s easily readable and usable by other people, applications, generators, and non-humans (you may or may not be included in that category).

We all have different backgrounds and use different frameworks. Want to learn how to write maintainable and future proof code? Then make sure you don’t miss Hannes Van De Vreken’s keynote about Caching with PSRs. Hannes is a software Engineer at madewithlove.be, open source user and contributor, organizer of meetups in Belgium and a marathon runner in his time off.

We've also have invited Tim Huijzers, developer at Drukwerkdeal.nl, to tell us about how using the concept of MVP can help to ship a project early and to learn from direct feedback.


What about using the concept of MVP?

You’ll hear many people in many companies using the term MVP without really knowing what it stands for. So we’ll talk you through one of the greatest challenges our developers experienced here at Drukwerkdeal.nl: how five developers and one UX guy delivered a project within three weeks that was supposed to take six weeks. All of this without a Scrum master and a Product Owner.


What about caching with PSRs?

Hannes will tell you what PSR-6 and PSR-16 are, why they are designed like they are, what the differences are, and how to use them. From the provided interfaces, the virtual package on Packagist.org, to the implementations available. Everything will be explained for both beginners and more experienced developers. We’ll dive into implementations and cache stampede protection, all using libraries we can find on Packagist.org. We’ll also show how to start using it today in current applications by using adapters. The talk will be accompanied with code samples and live demos, showing both working and failing caching systems.


Sounds interesting? Lets meet up!

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