November 15th - 17th

The Orle Gniazdo hotel, Szczyrk, Poland

About the conference

Can you remember PHPCon Poland? This highly integrative conference with a soul that helped build the Polish PHP community?
We want to revive it! We want to recreate what many of you miss and remember the most!
How? Returning to the place where you feel the best, the Orle Gniazdo Hotel in Szczyrk, giving you the opportunity to book rooms and board together with your conference ticket. Together we can make this conference a part of Polish developing events calendar again!
The agenda will include six Friday's workshop paths of various topics and two lecture paths on Saturday and Sunday.

Of course, the php Central Europeconference, which was created on the basis of PHPCon and moved abroad, will be continued. Its formula, place and participants have their own specificity and are so different that they can both coexist.

So… see you soon in Szczyrk!

See how cool it was in Orle Gniazdo

Why join the PHPCon Poland?

Legendary event

We're meeting at a conference that many of you can't wait to attend. And in the best hotel we have ever visited!

Accommodation in same venue

You can easy merge the attendance and accommodation, if you wish so.
Could there be anything more comfortable?

Full board package

Every meal in the same place. For workshop participants - starting with Friday lunch, for others - starting with Saturday lunch.

Workshops

All those interested in getting practical knowledge are welcome to attend the workshops on Friday. They will last until evening, because the conference starts on Saturday morning.

Skill sharing

There are no problems that cannot be solved! On PHPCon you will meet many professionals who like to share their knowledge and help each other. Just come here!

Integration

We have a nice time after hours. Many of you will surely like various forms of activities offered by sponsors... ;)

Agenda

Workshop Day

Friday

November 15, 2019
09:00
🎫 Workshop check-in
09:30
10:00
Pisz testy - czyli praktyka tworzenia testów jednostkowych
Adrian Piętka
PHPSpec basics
Dariusz Drobisz
Sylius - rozwiązanie eCommerce na miarę Twoich potrzeb, część I
Łukasz Chruściel
REST easy with API Platform, part I
Antonio Peric-Mazar
Getting the Most Out of PHPStan, part I
Ondrej Mirtes
Websockets calling: Building a Real-time application with PHP, part I
Mike Lehan
10:30
11:00
11:30
12:00
12:30
13:00
13:30
14:00
🍴 Lunch for workshop attendees
14:30
15:00
EventStorming Big Picture - Jak tego używać z głową
Paweł Rekowski
Strangling your legacy code with PHPSpec
Dariusz Drobisz
Sylius - rozwiązanie eCommerce na miarę Twoich potrzeb, część II
Łukasz Chruściel
REST easy with API Platform, part II
Antonio Peric-Mazar
Getting the Most Out of PHPStan, part II
Ondrej Mirtes
Websockets calling: Building a Real-time application with PHP, part II
Mike Lehan
15:30
16:00
16:30
17:00
17:30
18:00
18:30
19:00
🍴 Dinner for workshop attendees
19:30

Conference Days

Saturday

November 16, 2019

Green path

Blue path

08:00
🎫 Check-in and starter-pack distribution
08:15
08:30
08:45
09:00
🔑 Conference Opening
09:15
Strict programming in PHP
Gabriel Caruso
Feature Toggle - Zarządzanie zmianami w Continuous delivery
Karol Kreft
09:30
09:45
10:00
EventStorming jako wstęp do walki z Legacy Codem
Paweł Rekowski
How your PHP application can get hacked, and how to prevent that from happening?
Antti Rössi
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
☕ Coffee break
11:15
11:30
Event Sourcing na przykładzie PROOPH
Arkadiusz Prościak
Asynchronous Programming in PHP with ReactPHP
Michael Lochemem
11:45
12:00
12:15
12:30
What can PHP Foreign Function Interface do for you?
Bohuslav Šimek
6 Things I Learned as a Lead Developer
Gabor Nadai
12:45
13:00
13:15
Druga najtrudniejsza rzecz w IT
Paweł Lewtak
git log: 10 najprzydatniejszych komend by dowiedzieć się wszystkiego o projekcie
Grzegorz Byrka
13:30
13:45
🍴 Lunch
14:00
14:15
14:30
14:45
Dwanaście zasad budowania systemów o wysokiej dostępności
Kamil Porembiński
Becoming a tech lead - Lesson learned
Jayesh Kawli
15:00
15:15
15:30
Ojej, jakie piękne legacy!
Paweł Lewtak
Jak rozpoznać Reptiliana w biurze - poradnik praktyczny
Tomasz Ferfecki
15:45
16:00
Be nice, help the person who hacks your servers to get your data
Srdjan Vranac
Ja chcę kodować! - jak oszczędzamy czas dzięki spotkaniom Scrumowym
Agata Sobek-Kreft
16:15
16:30
16:45
17:00
☕ Coffee break
17:15
17:30
Zwinnie czysta architektura
Michał Cisz
to be announced
17:45
18:00
18:15
18:30
Serverless PHP
Sebastian Grodzicki
"We need a bigger boat" - Introduction to application scaling
Liam Wiltshire
18:45
19:00
19:15
19:30
Dinner & Socializing 🍺 🍺 🍺

(the JeoPHPardy game in parallel)
19:45
20:00
20:15
20:30
20:45

Sunday

November 17, 2019

Green path

Blue path

10:00
Making architecture explicit
Herberto Graça
Antybohaterowie projektów IT
Przemysław Krzywania
10:15
10:30
10:45
11:00
☕ Coffee break
11:15
11:30
Zastosowanie GraphQL w agregacji i dostarczaniu danych w architekturze mikroserwisów.
Konrad Karauda
Package Everything
Bruno Ramalho
11:45
12:00
12:15
Home is behind, the world ahead: Messenger
Tomasz Kunicki
12:30
12:45
13:00
DDD, CQRS, ES, Hexagonal... i Symfony
Tomasz Kowalczyk
Distributed Domain Destruction - Adventures in building distributed systems
Srdjan Vranac
13:15
13:30
13:45
14:00
🔑 Closing remarks

Speakers

  • Grzegorz Byrka

    Grzegorz Byrka

    Fingo
  • Gabriel Caruso

    Gabriel Caruso

    Usabilla
  • Łukasz Chruściel

    Łukasz Chruściel

    Sylius
  • Michał Cisz

    Michał Cisz

  • Dariusz Drobisz

    Dariusz Drobisz

    Domain Driven/Accesto
  • Tomasz Ferfecki

    Tomasz Ferfecki

    Unity Group
  • Herberto Graça

    Herberto Graça

    Werkspot
  • Sebastian Grodzicki

    Sebastian Grodzicki

    Elastic
  • Konrad Karauda

    Konrad Karauda

  • Jayesh Kawli

    Jayesh Kawli

    Wayfair
  • Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Gentleman
  • Karol Kreft

    Karol Kreft

    intive
  • Przemysław Krzywania

    Przemysław Krzywania

    EBKF
  • Tomasz Kunicki

    Tomasz Kunicki

  • Mike Lehan

    Mike Lehan

  • Paweł Lewtak

    Paweł Lewtak

  • Michael Lochemem

    Michael Lochemem

  • Ondrej Mirtes

    Ondrej Mirtes

    PHPStan
  • Gabor Nadai

    Gabor Nadai

    ingatlan.com
  • Antonio Peric-Mazar

    Antonio Peric-Mazar

    Locastic
  • Adrian Piętka

    Adrian Piętka

    Emphie Solutions
  • Kamil Porembiński

    Kamil Porembiński

    thecamels.org
  • Arkadiusz Prościak

    Arkadiusz Prościak

    coffeedesk.pl
  • Bruno Ramalho

    Bruno Ramalho

    Divante
  • Paweł Rekowski

    Paweł Rekowski

    eMAG
  • Antti Rössi

    Antti Rössi

    Jobilla
  • Bohuslav Šimek

    Bohuslav Šimek

    IntraWorlds s.r.o.
  • Agata Sobek-Kreft

    Agata Sobek-Kreft

    SIENN
  • Srdjan Vranac

    Srdjan Vranac

    Code4Hire Kft.
  • Liam Wiltshire

    Liam Wiltshire

    Tebex Ltd

Venue

CKiR Orle Gniazdo **/***

This is the hotel that hosted us in the years 2013-2014. Remember that? With a beautiful view on the Skrzyczne mountain, pleasant conference rooms and friendly staff.
Orle Gniazdo is the highest located (660 m asl) and the largest multifunctional facility in Szczyrk. It has 6 floors and is over 270 metres long. It has a total of 270 rooms with a view of Skrzyczne and the Żylica Valley, with bathrooms and TV. It can accommodate up to 550 people at the same time.
Orle Gniazdo is a huge and yet affordable hotel, famous for organizing large, regular events. It is here that the Polish Chess Championship is held, private concerts are played and international conferences and rallies are organized. The finish line of the third stage of the Tour de Pologne cycling race is also located here.

Access

Public transport
Get to Katowice in any way you want and change to the Koleje Śląskie train to Bielsko-Biała (timetable ➡ here).Then take the footbridge to the bus station and take the bus to the Szczyrk Centrum bus stop (timetable ➡ here). You can get here with any bus going to Szczyrk. Cross the main road to Słoneczna Street, then right into Klimczoka/Wczasowa Drive which rises sharply uphill in switchbacks. The Orle Gniazdo Hotel is located at the end of this road, 2 km away from the bus stop.
Self-drive
Get to Bielsko-Biała, then take the express road S-1 in the direction of Żywiec, Zwardoń and Žilina (SK). Leave the express road at Wilkowice junction (exit marked: Wilkowice - Bystra - Szczyrk). At the first roundabout, take the first exit (to the right, Bystra - Szczyrk), then take the second exit (straight ahead) until the first crossing with traffic lights in Bystra. There turn left and follow the main road to the roundabout in Buczkowice, where you should take the first exit (to the right, DW-942, Szczyrk). When you get to Szczyrk, look for the Orle Gniazdo hotel advertisements - they will be on both sides of the road. Turn into Wczasowa Drive (to the right - beware, it is easy to miss it!) about 1900 m from the "Szczyrk" sign. Then turn right again and go about 2 km up a steep hill in switchbacks again.
Aircraft
Choose Katowice-Pyrzowice (KTW) or alternatively Kraków-Balice (KRK) as your destination airport. From both locations there are buses to Katowice, however, from Pyrzowice these connections are direct and more frequent. Choose the means of transport that will get you to the main train station in this city. Continue as described in "Public Transport".

Tickets

The Super Blind Bird, Blind Bird, Regular and Last Minute tickets (shown below) are valid from all talks from Saturday morning until the end of the conference on Sunday. The conference pass, lunch on Saturday, dinner with after-party on Saturday, unlimited coffee and starter-pack are included.
If you want to attend workshops on Friday, you have to order a ticket for choosen workshop, separately (lunch is included).

Feel the real integration and book a bed and breakfast in the Orle Gniazdo Szczyrk! Just click 👉 HERE 👈 and enjoy the event with us!

The proforma (order) invoice in Polish Zloty will be issued and send you automatically when you register.
If you wish to pay us in Euro please contact us before you pay to obtain a new pro forma document with a proper amount and IBAN number, an interbank rate, and no commission.

All prices shown below are VAT inclusive (Polish rate, 23%).

On-line payments are processed by PayLane sp. z o.o. located in Gdańsk, Poland, at ul. Nowrida 4, zip code: 80-280, KRS: 0000227278.

Sponsors

Become a Sponsor

Become a sponsor of the PHPCon Poland 2019 conference – it's a unique opportunity to present your brand to the Polish PHP community and to be well-remembered.

PHriends

Contact

On-line Support: support.conferia.eu

E-mail: info@phpcon.pl

Phone: +48 604 435060
We speak English, Russian and natively Polish.

Organizer

Conferia Sp. z o.o. (LLC)
address: ul. Wodzisławska 50A
city: Rybnik
zip code: 44-200
country: Poland
VAT ID: PL6423207390

Branding

Our Team

  • Dariusz Grzesista

    Dariusz Grzesista

    Conferia
    Originator, founder and team leader of the PHPCon Poland Conference. Event manager with ten-year experience, involved in the PHPCon Poland, php Central Europe conference, Linux Autumn, PyCon PL and dBConf. Former president of the Polish Linux Users Group. Devops in Polish customs administration from a dozen years. Happy husband and father of other PHPCon organisers. An unreformable bicycle tramp with a survival verve.
  • Joanna Grzesista

    Joanna Grzesista

    Conferia
    PHPCon's CFO, office manager and sponsor relation. Responsible for on-site organiser's reception and starter-pack distribution. Wife and mother of other PHPCon organisers ;)
  • Mariusz Kuta

    Mariusz Kuta

    webMASTAH.pl
    Frontend ninja, database lover, php hooligan. PHPCon website designer. Lecture hall technician and multimedia recorder. Addicted to electronic music, crime books and sunflower seeds.
  • Piotr Krzysztofik

    Piotr Krzysztofik

    piotrex41.pl
    PHP programmer, webmaster, webdesigner and webdeveloper. At PHPCon acts as lecture hall technician responsible for multimedia recording and maintenance.
  • Przemysław Pawliczuk

    Przemysław Pawliczuk

    przemyslaw.pawliczuk.pl
    Specialist for pathetic and impossible issues. His first words were "Paamayim nekudotayim". Learnt programming upon rendez vous with Symfony, after 10 years with PHP. An orange juice addict, pays attention to technical issues on PHPConPL just after started his journey as a speaker. After hours - husband, President of Pionier Rzeszów Toastmasters, DIY-maker, fan of accordion loving good vocal-trance music.
  • Tomasz Kowalczyk

    Tomasz Kowalczyk

    GOG
    Software architect with over 10 years of experience in writing web applications. Functional Programming enthusiast pursuing the ultimate goal of software quality and maintainability. An author of several open source libraries. Provides well-designed and open solutions to technical problems.
  • Sebastian Molenda

    Sebastian Molenda

    Currency One
    Rehab PHP developer currently working on Node.JS and experimenting with FP. Privately, DIY enthusiast and a fan of heavier playing. After many years as an attendee, it's time to repay the community somehow.
  • Mateusz Grzesista

    Mateusz Grzesista

    Conferia
    Student in one of Silesian high schools. Junior org-team member at PHPCon helping with a lecture hall technical issues and multimedia recording / maintenance.

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