Michael Cullum is a backend software engineer, working particularly with PHP, and has been for about a decade. He currently works at SamKnows as a senior software engineer & architect doing data intelligence, storage and processing of internet measurement data at huge scale. He is also a manager & core developer at phpBB where he has been a contributor for over half a decade and he recently joined the Symfony Core Team as Security Lead. He is actively involved in the PHP FIG previously running the administration of it as the PHP FIG Secretary for 2 years and editor of PSR-12; he now sits on the Core Committee, the steering group of the FIG and is the editor of two security PSRs (PSR-9 and PSR-10).
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Machine learning and trend analysis in PHP
The world we live in is one where data is one of the most valuable assets. There are many different pieces of data we can analyze on all kinds of data from analytics of user behavior of your platform, user generated content, monitoring of exception rates, or when your core business model is to provide some kind of analytics platform. This talk will talk about how you can, in your PHP applications, perform utilize machine learning techniques to build models, analyze data to get useful information and spot anomalies.