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Interview with Ben Marks - Cal Evans

@benmarks Show Notes Magento Magento on GitHub The post Interview with Ben Marks appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Caching Hat-trick: Varnish, Memcached and PHP libraries - SitePoint PHP

Previously, we looked at some common caching mechanisms we can easily utilize to make our apps faster. In this part, we’ll walk through some of the additional software that we can use with PHP for caching. Memcached Memcached is an in-memory key-value store. Show More Summary

Experimenting with Broadway - Matthias Noback

Event sourcing with Broadway At the Dutch PHP Conference I attended a workshop by Beau Simensen and Willem-Jan Zijderveld. They showed us some examples of how to work with Broadway, a framework for event sourcing, with full Symfony integration,...Show More Summary

Controlling Autonomous Hardware Devices Using PHP Software Agents - PHP Classes

Controlling Autonomous Hardware Devices Using PHP Software Agents By Tom Freund Some hardware devices can perform useful actions autonomously by the means of software agents, like for instance monitoring objects in the space around an...Show More Summary

Caching Hat-trick: Zend Opcache, Etags and Query Caching - SitePoint PHP

In this article, we will be looking at some of the common caching techniques in PHP: Opcache, Expires Headers and Query Caching in MySQL. We’ll look at additional approaches in part 2. PHP’s Request Lifecycle Before we move on, it’s important to understand PHP’s request lifecycle. Show More Summary

PHP 5.5.27 released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.5.27. Several bugs were fixed in this release as well as CVE-2015-3152. All PHP 5.5 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. According to our release calendar, this PHP 5.5 version is the last planned release that contains regular bugfixes. Show More Summary

PHP 5.6.11 is available - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.6.11. Five security-related issues in PHP were fixed in this release, including CVE-2015-3152. All PHP 5.6 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source...Show More Summary

Livecoding the SlackMessenger - Piotr Pasich

A couple of weeks ago I have discovered a new service – the livecoding.tv. It is a livestreaming platform where people code products, live. They connect people around the programming languages that they love. Streamers are a mix of professional engineers, students and hobby coders. So, I have decided to join the community and broadcast […]

PHP 5.4.43 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

The PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.43. Five security-related issues in PHP were fixed in this release, including CVE-2015-3152. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. For source...Show More Summary

From 0 to Continuous deployment in 90 minutes - Piotr Pasich

Two days ago I have published a post at X-Team blog about achieving continuous deployment process. To do so, I choose the Docker for visualization, AWS Elastic Beanstalk as a delivery environment and Codeship as continuous integration system. The tutorial is created as a video screencasting starting from a basic Symfony application and and carried […]

Review: The Clean Architecture in PHP - PHP Classes

Title The Clean Architecture in PHP Reviewer Alexander Skakunov Category PHP books Publisher Leanpub Author Kristopher Wilson Summary ?The clean architecture in PHP? is a must-read for all developers who want to reduce the technicalShow More Summary

PHP vs Node.js Smackdown: Right of Reply - SitePoint PHP

In SitePoint's recent PHP vs Node.js Smackdown, Craig Buckler pitted these development disciplines against each other over a series of ten challenges, to determine which is the overall winner. As Craig notes in the article, these comparisons are always somewhat controversial. Show More Summary

SubToMe plugin for Tiny Tiny RSS - Christian Weiske

subtome.com is a small javascript that brings blog feed subscription to the web 2.0 world by providing an universal "Follow" button handler. I use Tiny Tiny RSS for reading feeds, and I want feed subscription to be as easy as possible. My...Show More Summary

phorkie 0.6 adds caching - Christian Weiske

I've just released version 0.6.0 of phorkie, he self-hosted git-based pastebin software. The output of rendered or syntax highlighted files is cached now, which speeds up pastes like Firmen, bei/von denen man nicht kaufen sollte hatShow More Summary

Class constants, how do they work? (Or: You Learn Something New Every Day…) - Davey Shafik

Yesterday on Twitter there was a conversation started by Marco Pivetta regarding a particularly horrible bit of code he had spotted: ->execute(constant(sprintf('%s::PARAMNAME', get_class($api)))); What the actual f? — Marco Pivetta (@Ocramius)...Show More Summary

Replaying event streams with Broadway - labs @ Qandidate.com

With event sourcing you have access to some powerful mechanisms. One of which is the ability to revisit the events that happened in the past. By revisiting the events, you can discover new patterns in your data and the usage of yourShow More Summary

You Need To Do What You Need To Do - Stefan Koopmanschap

One of the topics in The Art of Asking that I think more developers should be aware of is that you need to do what you need to do to do your thing. This sounds vague, but it is true. In the book, Amanda Palmer uses several examples of...Show More Summary

How to Use Vagrant to Improve Your Web Development Process - PHP Classes

How to Use Vagrant to Improve Your Web Development Process By Dmitry Mamontov A great part of the production Web sites are hosted on Linux based systems. However the vast majority of the Web developers run Windows or Mac OS X on their development machines. Vagrant is an application that creates and configures virtual development environments. Show More Summary

SitePoint Smackdown: PHP vs Node.js - SitePoint PHP

The web is ever-changing technology landscape. Server-side developers have a bewildering choice of long-standing heavy-weights such as Java, C, and Perl to newer, web-focused languages such as Ruby, Clojure and Go. It rarely mattersShow More Summary

A Factory Should Create, Not Retain - Paul M. Jones

In a recent Reddit convesation, some of us went off on a tangent about factories. I maintained then, and do now, that a “factory” always-and-only returns a new instance. If you have a “factory” that returns anything other than a new instance, it’s not a factory alone. Show More Summary

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