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Docler Tech Talks: Escaping from OOP Boundaries and Deploying your first PHP Application to Kubernetes
Two Experts, One PHP. Bastian and Alexander will go all-in about the latest developments, skills, and tricks of the scripting language.
Time & Location
2020. okt. 28. 18:00 – 20:20 CET
About the Event
Bastian is a Field Engineer at Rancher, the leading solution to manage Kubernetes clusters in multiple environments and on multiple cloud providers. There he helps customers to introduce Kubernetes and Rancher successfully. Before that he worked at SysEleven on the managed Kubernetes solution MetaKube and cared about performance, monitoring, web-security and developer productivity at ResearchGate, the leading social network for researchers and scientists. When he is not coding or looking at graphs, he likes to cycle, do Yoga, go to beer gardens and frequently speaks at international conferences on Kubernetes, software architecture and scaling web applications.
Alexander is a Backend Software Architect at Docler Holding. Author and project leader of the open-source Go! AOP aspect-oriented framework, Alexander is also a speaker at several international PHP conferences and is a member of the PhpRussia Conference Program Committee. He likes to discuss complex systems and has a strong knowledge in computer science, electronics and of course, PHP. He likes to bring cutting-edge IT solutions to non-technical businesses for optimizing processes and solving complex issues.
Alex's slogan? "Nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it."
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Opening Speech by Christopher Ponterotto, Communication Specialist at Docler Holding
Introduction by Kolos Kaszaly, CTO of Docler Holding
Escaping from OOP Boundaries by Alexander Lisachenko - Back-end software architect at Docler Holding
Deploying your first PHP Application to Kubernetes by Bastian Hofmann - Field Enginneer at Rancher
Q&A session with the speakers
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