PHP has graduated into being an all-around decent general-purpose programming language. But we still use the same old architectural patterns when we write applications. In “Event Architectures”, I walk through why relying on blocking contexts is less efficient and provide examples of how to re-think program flow to achieve far higher throughput and CPU-consumption density than ever before.
Jesse is a full-stack engineer for 15+ years working on scalable customer-oriented products. He has managed SMB- and Enterprise-level product lifecycles, up-leveling their technical processes, with a focus on performance optimization. His goal is to cross-pollinate architectural and design ideas across communities so we can all understand the “why” behind solutions.