Vue JS is a Toolbox

Ilan Gitter

Speaker: Ilan Gitter @behind_the_mule

Vue JS has a much smaller learning curve than React but getting started can feel just as intense. I will describe a high level overview of the many ways you can incorporate Vue into an existing PHP project and also how to get started on a fully Vue JS driven application. I will also touch on what’s coming in Vue JS version 2.0

Commit Messages I Have Seen

billy-thompson

Speaker: Billie Thompson

A quick tour of how to to structure commit messages, and what should go in each commit.

This talk is based around real world examples that I have seen, will include 7 quick tips to make your commit messages rock, starting from the basics of how Git and GitHub format your commit message and getting it to display right, all the way through to what tense you should write your commit messages.

Bug Hunting with Git Bisect

Alessandro Lai

Speaker: Alessandro Lai @AlessandroLai

Bugs are introduced in our code almost everyday, one way or another, even if we do our best to avoid it. Often, we need to identify where a bug originated to fix it, but we have to sift through a long history of commits to do that.

Git comes to the rescue! In this talk I will walk you through the usage of the Git’s bisect function that I used to track down a commit inside the Symfony repo that triggered a bug in my code.

RFCs of the Future: Closure from Callable

Cal Evans

Speaker: Cal Evans @calevans

Callables are awesome. I can pass functions or object methods around inside of variables. Sure, they can be abused to the point where you can’t recognize your code, but overall, they are awesome. Could they be made more awesome? Core Developer Dan Ackroyd seems to think so and so he proposed and got passed PHP RFC: Closure from callable function.

WTF is Rancher?

Chris Tankersley

Speaker: Chris Tankersley @dragonmantank

If you have been working with Docker for a while, there are many different technologies you can use to deploy your containers. Many of them are quite powerful, but very hard to get set up. We’ll take a quick look at Rancher, one of the quickest and easiest solutions you can use to get up and deploy your containers across any number of hosts.