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Making money with open source, etc. - Matthias Noback

So, here's a bit of a personal blog post for once. Symfony trademark policy I saw this tweet: Suite à une mise en demeure, j’ai retiré les tutoriels qui concernent Symfony du Site. Il n’y aura pas de futures vidéos sur le Framework.Show More Summary

Crash Course: Continuous Deployment with Semaphore CI - SitePoint PHP

Software is playing an ever bigger role in how companies compete across a broad range of industries. Large organizations are finding that their current approaches to managing software are limiting their ability to respond as quickly as business requires. Show More Summary

Microservices for everyone - The introduction - Matthias Noback

I'm happy to share with you the first chapter of my new book, Microservices for everyone. I'm still in the process of writing it and intend to release parts of it during the next weeks. If you're interested, sign up on the book's landing...Show More Summary

The DrupalDay 2017 in Rome - Liip

This year was the 6th edition of the DrupalDay Italy, the main event to attend for Italian-speaking drupalists. Previous editions took place in other main Italian cities like Milan, Bologna and Naples. This time Rome had the privilege...Show More Summary

Christhian Vigh and France Won the 2016 PHP Innovation Award Edition - PHP Classes

Christhian Vigh and France Won the 2016 PHP Innovation Award Edition By Manuel Lemos The results of the PHP Programming Innovation Award edition of 2016 were announced and the winner is Christian Vigh from France. Collectively France...Show More Summary

After 10 years, I'm stopping my work on sabre/dav - Evert Pot

Almost 10 years ago in 2007, I started a project called sabre/dav. I originally was looking to scratch an itch and solve a real problem we had in our company. A lot of people ended up being pretty excited about it. In 2010 I got to a point...Show More Summary

Covering Laracon: Are Online Conferences Introvert Heaven? - SitePoint PHP

I've been to my fair share of conferences, and one thing that always happens is there's a clique of us relatively talkative types (I suppose as speakers, we tend to feel empowered), and a whole lot, and I mean a whole lot of very quiet...Show More Summary

What Conference Organizers Wish Speakers Knew - Voices of the ElePHPant

Video   Audio Show Notes Adam Culp @adamculp Chris Cornutt @enygma Anna Filina @afilina James Titcumb @asgrim Michelangelo van Dam @DragonBe Conferences Sunshine PHP Lonestar PHP ConFoo PHP Southcoast PHP Benelux The post What Conference Organizers Wish Speakers Knew appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Bash practices - Part 2: CQS and return values - Matthias Noback

As I promised in my previous "Bash practices" post, I would discuss a query function in this article. Here you have it: function create_temporary_directory() { directory=$(mktemp -d "$1/XXXXX") } create_temporary_directory echo "$directory" That's a bad query function! This function is supposed to return the path of a temporary directory. Show More Summary

Extract Method - Qafoo - PHP

Refactoring is the process of restructuring code without changing its behaviour and the technique "Extract Method" is one of the most important building blocks of refactoring. What do you need to keep in mind while doing this?

Fixing Text_LanguageDetect on PHP7 - Christian Weiske

I recently upgraded my personal development laptop to PHP7, and suddenly writing blog posts was not possible anymore. Text_LanguageDetect, the library I use to autodetect the language of my blog posts from its title, had stopped working. Debugging The...Show More Summary

Bash practices - Part 1: Input validation and local variables - Matthias Noback

Forgive me for my bad pun. As I mentioned in my previous Bash post I'm going to show you some ways in which you can improve the design of Bash scripts. Again, it's a weird language, and a lot of what's below probably won't feel natural to you. Show More Summary

The State of PHP MVC Frameworks in 2017 - SitePoint PHP

A simple question prompted me to sit down and write this follow up to my article from about a year ago. Q: Any thoughts about where things are today? (2/24/2017) A: “I’d say it’s pretty much down to Laravel and Symfony at this point; when it comes to PHP frameworks. I don’t feel that there […] Continue reading %The State of PHP MVC Frameworks in 2017%

Adventures with Bash - Matthias Noback

A bit of reminiscing When I was a kid, MS Windows was still a program called WIN.COM which you needed to start from the MS-DOS command prompt. You could also add it to AUTOEXEC.BAT which was a so-called batch file. You could write these.BAT files yourself. Show More Summary

We can all learn from the Drupal community - Liip

I started hearing about Drupal 8 back in 2014, how this CMS would start using Symfony components, an idea I as a PHP and Symfony developer found very cool. That is when I got involved with Drupal, not the CMS, but the community. I got invited to my first DrupalCon back in 2015. Show More Summary

Upcoming conferences and usergroups - Stefan Koopmanschap

It's been a while since I've done a post like this, but given the focus of the upcoming events I thought I'd give a small overview of my upcoming speaker appearances. Why? For 2017 I want to once again focus a bit more on building bridges. Show More Summary

ZipArchive with encryption - Remi Collet

Point of the situation with the development of zip extension version 1.14.0 which implements support of encrypted archives. This new feature implementation rely on libzip library new version 1.2.0. For now, only build using system library...Show More Summary

Install Vagrant via Composer with Homestead - Nomad PHP

Speaker: Joe Ferguson @joepferguson I can put vagrant in your project in THREE COMMANDS! Don’t believe me? Join me for a quick how to on adding vagrant to dang near any PHP project. Not only will we virtualize your environment we’ll of course be using the latest and greatest PHP version 7.1! The post Install Vagrant via Composer with Homestead appeared first on Nomad PHP.

How to Secure Laravel Apps with 2FA via SMS - SitePoint PHP

While everyone is concerned about their application's security, few take it seriously and take the plunge. The first thing you'll notice when learning about this is that two factor authentication (2FA) is the go-to solution as a first...Show More Summary

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report February 2017 Edition - November 2016 nominees - PHP Classes

PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Report February 2017 Edition - November 2016 nominees By Manuel Lemos This is the February edition of the Innovation Award podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the...Show More Summary

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