You may have heard of Gulp - it’s a task runner and build tool that allows you to automate repetitive tasks for your app. Compiling SASS/LESS etc, minifying and concatenating files to reduce the number and size of requests on a page. But it also has uses for the PHP world too.
DDD may sound like yet another "stop what you're doing and do it our way" buzzword, but in truth DDD simply provides a few simple but effective techniques for designing and developing software. It's there when you need it, but not imposing. There is no right or wrong, just complicated and simple.
Testing from the front end
by Gabriel Baker @gabriel403
The famous Rob Allen (@akrabat) will be talking about Apigility, the project that allows you to easily create a web service without having to worry about the nitty-gritty details.
With the success from our unconference held at PHPNW14 we are delighted to announce the full day of unconference goodness in the heart of the East Midlands!
Lorna Mitchell (@lornajane) will be doing a talk on the new features in PHP.
Mark Goodwin (@mr_goodwin) will be talking about: Let's look at CSP.
Workshop We will use tools contained in the Samurai WTF VM to attack victim machines. The victim machines and all tools required for this workshop will be available on the day.
The Base Ingredients of Debugging, by Jenny Wong (@miss_jwo)
RabbitMQ is a message broker - an application that allows communication between applications by way of a message queuing system.