The Dutch PHP Conference is over for another year – we had a wonderful time hosting you all in Amsterdam and we were delighted so many people were able to join us for 3 days of serious technical learning. While the event itself has finished, the content will live on in our DPC Radio podcast series, where we’ll be broadcasting audio from the main tracks at the conference through the year. Plenty of the speakers have already uploaded their slides, read on for a breakdown of ratings and links to slides for those talks that have them – and don’t forget to rate all the talks you saw on!

Talk Speaker Rating and Links
Keynote: Making the new Everyday Things
Aral Balkan
TDD and Getting Paid
Rowan Merewood Slides
ZeroMQ is the Answer
Ian Barber Slides
Tips and Tricks for tuning PHP for Windows and IIS
Mark Brown Slides
Searching with Solr – Why, When and How
Paul Matthews Slides
Zend Framework from the CLI
Cal Evans Slides
IPv6 for PHP Developers
David Soria Parra
Pursuing practices of Domain-Driven Design in PHP
Giorgio Sironi Slides
Developing & Deploying High Performance PHP Applications
Christopher Jones
Geolocation and Maps with PHP
Derick Rethans Slides
Cooking up your Development Environment
Alistair Stead Slides
The Hitchhikers Guide to Agile
Sebastian Schürmann
Inside DocBlox (uncon)
Mike van Riel Slides
How XHP revolutionized Front-end Development at Facebook
Stefan Parker Slides
So you think You know REST?
Evert Pot
Simplify you External Dependency Management
Stephan Hochdörfer Slides
Public key encryption 101 (uncon)
Joshua Thijssen Slides
Clean PHP
Sebastian Bergmann Slides
Distributed Couch Apps – Embracing eventual Consistency
Kore Nordmann Slides
Implementing Comet using PHP
Jonas Mariën Slides
The missing link between IDE and webserver (uncon)
Arne Rudolph
Zend Framework 2.0: What’s New and what’s changed?
Rob Allen Slides
HTML5 for PHP Developers
Thorsten Rinne Slides
Advanced OO Patterns
Tobias Schlitt
Why Google Maps sucks (uncon)
Derick Rethans
PHPSpec – BDD for PHP (uncon)
Marcello Duarte Slides
Saving time by applying clean code principles – ranting about documentation (uncon)
Volker Dusch
Keynote: First Class APIs
Helgi Thormar Thorbjörnsson Slides
Profiling PHP Applications
Derick Rethans Slides
Implementing OAuth
Lorna Jane Mitchell Slides
The New Era of PHP Frameworks
Juozas Kaziukenas slides
Launching Content in Mobility with REST & eZ Publish (uncon)
Nicolas Pastorino Slides
Optimising a Zend Framework Application
Rob Allen Slides
Strong Cryptography in PHP
Enrico Zimuel Slides
Managing a shared MySQL Farm
Thijs Feryn Slides
Writing documentation the easy way (uncon)
Bram Vogelaar
Agility and Quality
Sebastian Bergmann Slides
Modular Application Architecture
Kore Nordman & Tobias Schlitt Slides
Character Sets Suck
Ligaya Turmelle & Raymond DeRoo Slides
Bugfixing for Zend Framework (uncon)
Bart McLeod
API driven Zend Framework app (uncon)
Michelangelo van Dam
Tasks, daemons, light bulbs (uncon)
Dirk Engels
Practical Git
David Soria Parra Slides
Large-scale Data Processing with Hadoop and PHP
David Zülke Slides
Let’s take over the world with Zend Framework
Martin de Keijzer Slides
Phing – a PHP build tool – short introduction (uncon)
Michiel Rook Slides
Keynote: Open Teams
Cal Evans Slides