November marks two big events for the PHP language — PHP 8.0 community support end of life (EOL), and the general availability release of PHP 8.3. For companies deploying PHP 8.0, that means quickly planning an upgrade to a community-supported version, or finding an alternative way to patch their EOL PHP. For some, it may mean waiting to upgrade to a new PHP version like PHP 8.3.

But what will upgrading PHP 8.0 look like in reality, and what features, changes, and deprecations can they expect to see in PHP 8.3?

About the Webinar

Join Zend Senior Product Manager Matthew Weier O’Phinney as he discusses:

  • The upcoming EOL for PHP 8.0 and how it compares to previous EOL cycles
  • Upgrade paths for teams using PHP 8.0, and considerations for upgrading
  • New features, changes, and deprecations to account for in PHP 8.3
  • What’s next for PHP, and how a PHP 9 release will impact the PHP landscape
  • And more

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Matthew Weier O’Phinney

Zend Product Manager, Zend by Perforce

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 is serving his second elected term on the PHP-FIG Core Committee.