December 5-7, 2016
Vancouver, Canada

PHP OOP: An Object Oriented Programming Primer

Whether you are a brand new developer or an experienced coder, the PHP object model can hold some mysteries that are worth exploring. This session will briefly cover the basics of working with Objects in PHP, then dive quickly through inheritance, abstracts, interfaces, traits, late static binding, magic methods, namespaces, and maybe even reflection. It’s a lot to cover, so make sure to show up with your eyes open and be ready to move quickly!

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Eli White

One for All Events

Eli has been building Web Applications for 20 years and fell in love with PHP the day that PHP 4 was released. Since then he's been a strong advocate for PHP and used it in every project he's worked on. He is currently the Vice President of One for All Events LLC, and Conference Chair for php[architect]. He is a strong advocate for "Just getting it done" when it comes to coding, and speaks at numerous conferences each year.

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