In August Nexteum organized the fourth CODEiD conference – PHP Odessa Conf #4. The event, which was dedicated to the development of the Ukrainian PHP movement, has so far become the most numerous in its history and gathered about 200 visitors.
“The conference is very distinctive. I would say that it “sounds” like a well-organized music band, – Marco Pivetta, a speaker from Germany, shared his impressions, – Ukrainian developers are well under way to use the opportunity to ask right questions, to hear useful answers and pieces of advice, which will be applied in their practice. This community is very cool, because there is a productive network.”
Reports of seven conference speakers from Germany, Sweden, Croatia and Ukraine were dedicated to the latest trends of PHP, management and development. Lazy Ants CEO Aleksandr Demchenko specifically spoke about the technology most promoted by Facebook – GraphQL, the latest version of which was released in July 2018.
“It is a very interesting and useful tool for a frontend developer. This is a “language” which is not presented in a classic version of the language, but in a simplified, in the the language form of the typed annotations. And this form brings simplicity, purity of code and quality of solutions to the world of frontend” – he underlined during the report.
“The conference gives a lot of useful content and new knowledge. Some things, which were heard here, will be introduced in my future practice. I’m glad to get new acquaintances, to meet interesting people and to have a constructive networking”, a participant of the conference, Yurii Makuha from Pro Zorro, shared his impressions.
Other informative reports, which are specifically dedicated to Domain Driven Design and Symfony A4, are available on the CODEiD YouTube channel.
Next conference PHP Odessa Conf #5 will be held in December 2018. The organizers promise to continue the tradition of inviting foreign speakers with a vast experience and unique expertise.
CODEiD is an all-Ukrainian PHP developers community created for sharing experience, development of networking among programmers, and popularization of the PHP movement. We hold PHP Odessa Conf and organize thematic meetups several times a year. We invite foreign speakers with a convincing experience and unique expertise. There are topical reports about the latest PHP trends, workshops with practical cases, useful PHP lifehacks in the event guide.