[Phpwm] Next Meeting: Caching for Performance - Rob Allen - May 12th

Dave Holmes dave at neteffekt.co.uk
Wed May 6 23:14:25 UTC 2009

Hi All,

About time I showed my face at a meeting to put some faces to names,
except Alex, Mike and Darren I already know. The subject is particularly
important to me and something we are actively looking to improve and I
may have other related advice I can chip in with as we have two pretty
complex web apps now...

Let me know when you decide on a venue..  A pint always goes down well ;)


David Goodwin wrote:
> Hi,
> The next meeting will be a technical talk by Rob Allen - 'Caching for
> Performance'
> Rob will be giving this talk at the Dutch PHP conference - 
> see http://phpconference.nl/schedule/talks#DPC0906
> Blurb:A
> "More, now than ever, websites need fast response times and be able to
> cope under load. As web pages contain more and more dynamically
> generated content, the challenge is on for PHP developers to develop
> efficient caching solutions. This presentation will focus on using
> caching techniques that can be used in a PHP project to increase the
> performance of a web site. We will look at a variety of caching
> techniques, showing practical implementations and before and after
> statistics. We will also cover the cache storage options available and
> when you might use one over another. We will also address how to get
> browsers to cache content for us using HTTP headers."
> Venue: TBC (Suggestions welcome)
>         - Bromsgrove (Pale Purple's office, would probably have
>           trouble fitting more than 8-12, I think)
>         - Publike venue? 
>         - Senokian?
>         - Somewhere else in Birmingham?
> Date: Tuesday 12th May 2009, 19:30
> Thanks
> David.
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