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PHP 7.2.0 Alpha 3 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.2.0 Alpha 3. This release contains fixes and improvements relative to Alpha 2. All users of PHP are encouraged to test this version carefully, and report any bugs...Show More Summary

PHP 7.1.7 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

PHP 7.1.7 Release AnnouncementThe PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 7.1.7. This is a security release with several bug fixes included. All PHP 7.1 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source...Show More Summary

Company and team culture - Stefan Koopmanschap

I talk to a lot of companies and work at quite a few companies as contractor or consultant. Quite often I hear management complain about how hard it is to get good developers, and also that developers leave again after a while. Now, there are many reasons why it can be hard to find the right developers. Show More Summary

FluentDOM 6.1 released - Improvements - Thomas Weinert

Release: FluentDOM 6.1.0 MultiByte html Thanks to some issues reported by Kyle Tse the multibyte handling for html was improved. It should now work properly. The html loader can read the encoding/charset from meta tags or you can specify as an loader option. Show More Summary

PHP Patterns wiki pages update - PHP Patterns

Today we’d just like to make a quick status update on the wiki pages that are in the works, behind the scene. Initially we only planned on putting up forums […] The post PHP Patterns wiki pages update appeared first on PHP Patterns.

Is PHP a good language for beginners? - PHP Patterns

Since I’m a web dev who mostly works with PHP, I get a lot of questions whether or not PHP is a good language for a beginner who would like […] The post Is PHP a good language for beginners? appeared first on PHP Patterns.

Crafting Quality PHP Applications - Nomad PHP

September 2017 - EU Presented By James Titcumb September 21, 2017 20:00 CEST The post Crafting Quality PHP Applications appeared first on Nomad PHP.

A list of podcasts - Stefan Koopmanschap

I had sitting in travel not being able to do anything. Listening to music can help, but can end up also being frustrating. While I was working at Schiphol last year I got pointed to podcasts. Since then I've been really getting into listening to podcasts on my daily commute and it's been making the trip a lot more fun... Show More Summary

Extending ReactPHP's Child Processes - Cees-Jan Kiewiet

react/child-process is very flexible and can work a lot of ways but sometimes you don't want to be bothered with the details of how it works and just want a simpler API to do that.

8 Must Have PHP Quality Assurance Tools - SitePoint PHP

For shipping quality code, we must have testing in mind while coding (if not doing TDD). However, with the wide range of PHP testing tools out there, it's hard to make a choice! Exploring PHP is a fun adventure (premium course on that...Show More Summary

Do I need to use Linux in order to be a programmer? - PHP Patterns

Linux is a free and open source kernel, which together with the set of free software tools from the GNU foundation form the GNU/Linux operating system. It’s an alternative to […] The post Do I need to use Linux in order to be a programmer? appeared first on PHP Patterns.

Crafting Quality Software 2.0 - Qafoo - PHP

The second version of our book "Crafting Quality Software – Gems From the Qafoo Blog" is ready and available for download from now on. In the recent months we wrote a lot about refactoring techniques, technical patterns and workflows. This is a topic very close to our hearts and we feel that an update of our book was due.

Do you need to be good at math in order to be a good programmer - PHP Patterns

One of the most frequently asked questions that I get asked by people after finding out that I’m a programmer is whether or not you have to be a good […] The post Do you need to be good at math in order to be a good programmer appeared first on PHP Patterns.

Open Source vs. vacation - Christian Weiske

I spent two weeks with my family on vacation in Austria. When I came back, I had a long thread of emails in my inbox about a feature request for my JsonMapper library. The worst thing in there was he following comment: But anyways, I...Show More Summary

Poka Yoke – Saving Projects with Hyper-Defensive Programming - SitePoint PHP

When working in a medium to large team on the same codebase, it can sometimes become hard to understand each other's code and how to use it. Various solutions exist to help with this. For example, you can agree to follow a set of coding...Show More Summary

Interview with Sara Golemon - Voices of the ElePHPant

SaraMG Audio Show Notes PHP 7.2 Alpha 2 Test your application using PHP 7.2 The post Interview with Sara Golemon appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

PEAR will probably be removed from MacOS X - Christian Weiske

End of may 2017 I got an e-mail from "Open Source at Apple", stating: We have some engineers at Apple who were impressed by the Structures_Graph package: The newest version appears to beShow More Summary

PHP7-compatible GeSHi is out - Christian Weiske

Three years after the last release on 2017-05-05, Benny and I released version of GeSHi, he Generic Syntax Highlighter for PHP. The release adds support for PHP 7, brings 14 new languages (256 in all now!) and a bunch of bugShow More Summary

How to Choose a DDoS Protection Service for Your Websites - SitePoint PHP

This article was sponsored by Incapsula. Thank you for supporting the partners who make SitePoint possible. Unless you’ve taken the necessary steps to protect your websites, they’re highly vulnerable to DDoS attacks. Now you might think of a DDoS attack as the attack that knocked out French news sites after the country’s election in May. Show More Summary

There’s a Gender Extension for PHP - SitePoint PHP

Unlike in our "mainstream" paid course about exploring PHP, I like to explore the weird and forgotten areas of the language. Recently, I ventured into a section of the PHP manual which lists extensions that are used to help with Human Language and Character Encoding. Show More Summary

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