Longhorn PHP Conference is not limited to just PHP-related talks. There have been sessions covering a wide range of topics supporting PHP Developers, Front-End Developers, DevOps Teams and Leadership as well. We encourage you to "think outside the box" to come up with your own unique topics.
We strongly advise that you submit a few talk ideas, not just one. By submitting a single talk you may lessen your chances of being selected.
To get the ideas flowing, here's a few suggestions:
- Virtualization and environments, Docker, Serverless
- PHP internals
- Development principles, code quality
- Building APIs (REST, SOAP)
- Continuous Integration and Delivery
- Mobile-first design, Responsive Design, CSS
- User Experience (UI/UX), Usability, Accessibility
- Frameworks (Laravel, Symfony, Wordpress, and more)
- Professional development and skills
This year, we'll be accepting talks for two session lengths: 3 hour tutorials, and ~50 minute talks.
Tutorial - These are interactive hands-on workshops, meant for diving into a topic.
Talks - This is a standard presentation time slot; your presentation should run around 50 minutes, including time for questions should you choose to take them from on stage. If you would like to submit a keynote idea, use this talk type, though keynote time slots will be somewhat shorter.