On April 30, 2015 Facebook is going to break their API. Are you prepared?

Sammy Powers

Presented by Sammy Powers @sammyk

Facebook recently announced some big changes to their development platform which introduces a number of new features, limitations and breaking changes. The changes include a new version & versioning system of the Graph API, a brand new Facebook login & permission system, a brand new PHP SDK, and a brand new JavaScript SDK.

And here’s the kicker: all Facebook apps will be automatically forced upgraded to Graph v2.0 on April 30, 2015.

If you have ever tied your website into Facebook login, used the Graph API or the PHP or Javascript SDK’s, you cannot miss this talk. I will outline what Facebook is changing and explain the new Graph versioning timeline and process. I’ll also give tips for upgrading your app to the latest version of Graph and how to stay on top of the Facebook platform changes going forward.

Licensing and You

Chris Tankersley

Presented by Chris Tankdersley @dragonmantank

No matter how much work developers do in the open source world, they are confronted by a myriad of different licenses for things they want to use. GPL, MIT, BSD, Apache… these are just a few of the different licenses PHP devs deal with. What is the difference, and if you release your own code, which should you use? In 10 minutes we’ll give a high level overview of licensing, how it works, what to watch for, and the proper ways to use other people’s code.