The Alternative PHP Cache is an opcode and variable cache for PHP that provides high performance to demanding web applications. I’ll cover the fundamentals of the APC cache and how it can be leveraged to improve PHP performance, scalability, and end user experience. Recent changes and additions to the project will be discussed and some exciting possibilities for the future of APC. Attendees should have a solid understanding of the PHP/Apache environment, configuration, and language.
Currently residing in San Francisco, California, Brian Shire focuses primarily on optimizations and scalability for web applications and is an active contributor to the Alternative PHP Cache (APC), an opcode and user cache for PHP.
Graham focuses on developing optimizations for PHP. He is currently the lead developer on the pecl/optimizer project.
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