Going beyond HTTP at IPC in October

Just a quick one: seems that in October I’ll need to travel all my way back to Europe to speak at the international PHP Conference 2012 in its winter edition.

Subject? Oh, something that I really love:

For years we’ve been used to the HTTP protocol, one of the reasons behind the web’s success, a protocol able to scale up to bilion of requests and beyond.
But there’s more we can achieve, leveraging HTTP/1.1 hidden feature, taking a look at HTTP/2.0 and SPDY, the Google-proposed new protocol which is already making web faster.

Back to the basics: what enpowers and will enpower the web?

Still to be confirmed – flights, leave days, date – but I should be able to make it for the first time among the germans.

Hope to see you there!


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