by Gabriele Viebach
What is eZ Publish Community Project ?
How does this open-source project work ?
What are the fundamental differences with eZ Publish Enterprise Edition ?
Come to discover why the Innovation, Community and Open-source flags are fluttering in the eZ Publish Community wind.
by Marianne Otterdahl Møller
The web is full of useful advice focussed on pushing out the last bit of performance of your code. They mention trivial changes. like changing every occurrence of print with echo even suggesting to use for instead of foreach. These optimisations help, but you are not going to notice it unless they're in a tight loop with many iterations. It is also a wrong approach for tackling performance issues. Before you can optimise, you need to find out if your codeis actually slow; then you need to *understand* the code; and *then* you need to find out where you can optimise it. This talk introduces tools and concepts to optimise the optimisation of your PHP applications.
by Simon Wan
by Daniel Kraft
While Social Networking has passed the tipping point of general adoption, it is by far understood. Many continue to use the new channels as another way to push the same message to the same audience. A major reason is the lack of integration between traditional content management and the new forms of communication. Combining the things your company can be proud of with the beauty of a passioned conversation, this session is highlighting the phenomenal opportunities and provides a strategic framework to capitalize on it.
by Markus Birth
A first glance on how to develop a mobile application using the eZ REST API and the Appcelerator Titanium framework (and the challenges you will be facing).
The high quality collection of PHP 5 components, formerly known as eZ Components, found a new home in the Apache Software Foundation. This interactive session will give you an overview on the state of the project and show you many of the cool components. See how to easily send and receive mail, how to integrate WebDAV in your app or how to render nice charts. You as the audience decide on the components to be shown.
by Mark Marsiglio
Why maintain server hardware required to meet peak demand faced only 5% of the time? Is your hosting platform resilient enough to automatically recover from hardware failure while you sleep? This talk will include an outline of the challenges we faced and overcame while building three iterations of cloud-based hosting platforms dedicated to powering eZ Publish sites. Learn what elements of our plan created value for our clients, which created technical challenges, and see what the current iteration looks like.
While the primary purpose of eZ Find is a full text search plugin for eZ Publish, this talk focuses on leveraging the powerful features of its backend Apache Solr beyond the traditional search realm.
The main topics addressed are:
● alternate caching / content store
● integrate legacy and external data
● building powerful navigation interfaces with facets and content clustering
Rasmus takes a look at the current trends in Web Development and how they relate to PHP.
by Alain Bouquet
by Björn Dieding
Case study running a cluster in the Amazon cloud, How to setup a cluster from scratch in just minutes with AWS technologies.
by Mark Czieslick
Information Management in the financial industry is challenging. Especially the consolidation of different content sources and the target-group-specific distribution of information is an important task to do.
We will show you how eZ Publish even in restricted infrastructure and within a high demand for secure solutions works as intranet, extranet, project platform and internet website and satisfies the special needs of financial institutions.
Building, growing, and maintaining an eZ Publish development team.
This flash talk addresses what it takes to create, retain, enrich, and satisfy eZ Publish experts individually and as a community
by Tony Wood
Mark will present a case study where the use of a content management system as a platform helped Neustar achieve a variety of business objectives. He'll explain how the solution was approached, what was involved technically, who was involved in development, how people/process/and technology interacted in the solution, how long it took, and the results.
If you ever wondered :
Then you should stop-by there. Bring your laptop, a drink, there will be a lot of nifty developers, a lot to learn, a lot to create !
16th–17th June 2011