|Session type||Talk (45 minutes)|
|Long Abstract||The FLOW3 framework got a lot of attention when version 1.0 was released after years of development. Its main approach is to deliver a whole-in-one concept for modern programming techniques and guiding developers to write excellent code. In the meantime, version 1.1 has been released, introducing a handful of important features early users of the framework had on their wish list.
This session takes you on a tour through the key features of FLOW3 1.1 with the help of some concrete examples.
*) a helicopter talk takes you to several places, looking at it from a higher perspective, without going into details
Robert Lemke is the lead developer of TYPO3 Phoenix and founding developer of the FLOW3 application framework. He is passionate about clean code and found his personal mission in bringing successful development and architecture techniques from other programming languages to the PHP world.
Besides his freelancing work as a software architect and coach, he spends most of his time working for the TYPO3 project. He's also a frequent speaker at T3CON, T3DD and European PHP conferences.
Robert lives in Lübeck, Germany, together with his wife, their two daughters and Vibiemme, their espresso machine.