2021 PHP Landscape Report: Key Findings and Analysis

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Do you ever wonder about what keeps PHP developers up at night? Are you curious about PHP trends in enterprise markets? Do you want to be prepared for a hyper-competitive PHP development landscape?

In our recent PHP landscape survey, we asked PHP practitioners to share their experiences in developing and deploying PHP applications. The results show the PHP ecosystem as vibrant, but not without its share of perils.

Our PHP Experts Discuss Key Findings From Our Survey

Join Zend Product Manager Matthew Weier O’Phinney and Zend Senior Solutions Consultant Erwin Earley, as they unpack the results from our 2021 PHP Landscape Report and provide their insights into the evolving trends that will shape PHP in 2021 and beyond.

Discussions will include:

  • How teams are developing and deploying their PHP applications.
  • The most popular tools and technologies used to develop in PHP.
  • Common obstacles teams encounter during development and deployment.
  • How long teams are staying on EOL PHP versions, and top barriers to upgrades
  • Key trends in PHP development and analysis on what comes next.

Download the 2021 PHP Landscape Report

Want to come to the webinar prepared? Grab a free copy of the 2021 PHP Landscape Report today.

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Your Presenters

Erwin Earley

Erwin Earley
Senior Solutions Consultant, Zend, Perforce Software

Erwin Earley offers more than 20 years of experience developing solutions on the IBM i platform. His expertise includes using PHP, MariaDB, Docker, and Chef for creating modern enterprise solutions that run on IBM i, as well as PowerVC for cloud deployments and virtualization management. Mr. Earley is a frequent speaker at global technology conferences, and he has authored numerous articles on Linux, PHP, virtualization, and systems management.

Matthew Weier O’Phinney

Matthew Weier O’Phinney
Development Lead for the Laminas Project

Matthew began developing on Zend Framework (ZF) before its first public release, and led the project for Zend from 2009 through 2019. He is a founding member of the PHP Framework Interop Group (PHP-FIG), which creates and promotes standards for the PHP ecosystem — and he is serving his second elected term on the PHP-FIG Core Committee.

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Tuesday, February 16

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