PHP Russia 2022

The largest PHP conference in Russia


September 12th and 13th, 2022

Moscow, Radisson SAS Slavyanskaya

30+
Talks
2 days
of distilled experience, new knowledge, and networking
>500
Participants

ABOUT THE CONFERENCE


PHP Russia 2022— is the largest Russian conference focused on PHP.

this year main topics are:


  • PHP ecosystem: language itself, standards, frameworks, libraries and OpenSource;

  • Large companies experience as an example of how PHP could be used to build really complex projects with modern approaches and best practices.

We won't forget day-to-day development topics as well since PHP is great for it.

TOPICS

Same as in previous years, PHP Russia stays focused on PHP. New tools, PHP itself, best practices, security, and, of course, case studies. But this time we want to include some wider topics such as infrastructure, data storage etc.

If your topic does not fit the categories mentioned, likely, it is just a category missing :)

Submit the talk, send an email to speakers.php@ontico.ru, and we will think about how to make it fit the conference.

1
PHP Internals
2
Performance
3
Clouds and Lambda
4
Architecture and scalability
5
Frameworks and libraries
6
Best practices
7
Drawbacks and catches of hyped solutions
8
Systematic approach to legacy
9
Async apps and parallel processing
10
API: REST, SOAP etc.
11
Databases and ORM
12
Case studies
13
OpenSource
WHAT IS A GREAT TALK FOR US?
A common pitfall is that developers within a company think like "I don't think it's interesting, everybody knows that". If something isn't obvious for your own colleagues, it is likely worth talking about.
Based on personal experience.
Would be interesting for middle-senior-etc. levels.
Has info about technology quirks and development.
Waiting forward for your great talks!
CPF is open till March 28, 2022.

CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS

Conference topics are interesting not only for PHP developers but for analytics, DevOps and managers.

TALK FORMAT

  • Ideally the talk should be 30-35 minutes.
  • We are open to different formats: master classes, round table, standup, lightning talk etc.
  • Regardless of the format, be prepared that participants are very active and sometimes have 15-45 minutes of questions after the talk.
KEY DATES
1
October 26, 2021
CFP is opened
2
March 28, 2022
CFP is closed
3
April 18, 2022
Final program is formed
4
May 12, 2022
Program is published
5
September 12 and 13, 2022
The conference (speakers are expected to get to Moscow no later than September 11)
HOW WE WORK WITH SPEAKERS
1
CFP submission

Submit your talk via the following page: ontico.ru.

We'll need title, thesis, a few words on why the talk is useful for conference participants. You may link to extra materials: previous talks recorded on video, draft slides etc.
As program committee members, we'll be grateful for properly filled talk submissions as it will allow us to really get the idea and make the decision faster.
2
Communication with program committee
We'll check your submission and ask additional questions. A call may be a good idea.

Please add speakers.php@ontico.ru to trusted emails so important messages won't get to spam.
3
Competition and decision making
Conference is time-constrained so we can't have all the cool talks submitted and will choose the best. When making a decision we check if the topic fits the conference and is a hot one currently, if it is useful for conference participants, does it provide new ways of doing things, and if it could be applied in practice.


The earlier the talk is submitted and the more you work along with program committee members, the higher your chances are.
4
Preparing a talk
Each speaker is curated by a program committee member. If needed, curator may help improving talk structure so it fits audience best, making it clear about tricky parts. Also, curator will listen to a talk on a test-run. We ask everyone to do at least one test-run and are happy to do more.
SPEAKER PACKAGE
Conference ticket
Conference "speaker" ticket granting access to talks, exhibition, networking zones, free lunch, speaker party.

Travel for speakers from other cities

Full travel package including airplane tickets and visa assistance

Accommodation at the hotel

A comfortable hotel near the conference venue from September 11 till September 14).
Talk preparation
We assist speaker preparation to the talk in many ways. Program committee members are experienced speakers themselves and could share their own tricks.
Informal networking
Usually we organize pre-conference dinner where speakers could talk with program committee members and each other.
Feedback
We collect feedback after the talk and will share it with you.
Video and other materials
Speakers are getting early access to all the materials of the conference.

Code of Conduct

We adhere to the standard rules outlined in the Code of Conduct.

Our conference is dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form. Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue, including talks, workshops, parties, Twitter and other online media. Conference participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the conference without a refund at the discretion of the conference organizers.

The complete version can be found at

http://confcodeofconduct.com/

How it was in 2021
PHP RUSSIA 2021
Questions about the talk? Write us:
Mariam Kireeva, program committee coordinator

tg: @Halfnomad, email: mariam.kereyeva@ontico.ru
Alexander Makarov, head of program commitee
tg: @samdark
Other questions:
email: support@ontico.ru
email: speakers.php@ontico.ru

Conference code of conduct