March 10-12, 2010
Montreal, Canada

Dealing with Dependencies

To make OOP work, objects have to interact with each other. Too many and especially needless dependencies between objects, however, make the code hard to extend, test, and maintain. We will explore the various kinds of dependencies a PHP class can have, and how we can deal with, or even better, get rid of them. You will learn how to create and wire up loosely coupled objects at runtime for maximum flexibility and resuability.

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Stefan Priebsch

thePHP.cc

Stefan Priebsch unites expert knowledge with extraordinary sense when to use which tool. His specialties are object-oriented development and software architecture. As an internationally acclaimed author and speaker he thrills auditoriums and likes to share his tremendous practical experience.

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