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Word for the Herd 2016-09 Help One of my favorite songs is “Help Somebody” by Van Zant. it’s a beautiful, soulful country song that, among other things exhorts the listener to “…help somebody if you can.” It doesn’t matter if you like country music or not, we should all be able to agree that the hook on … The post September 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Word for the Herd 2016-08 Learn What have you learned today? This week? This month? Developers can’t simply coast. Our industry reinvents itself every three to five years. Don’t believe me? Look at how we used to develop PHP web applications just 5 years ago. Show More Summary
Word for the Herd 2016-07 Debt For the past 11 years, I have worked to help build the PHP community. I was by no means alone in this effort and honestly, I wasn’t even the biggest player. Some people ask me why I’ve done this. The answer to that question is easy, somebody needed to … The post July 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.
Word for the Herd 2016-06 Renewal Summer is here! For many that means that the kids are home from school, vacations are being planned, and the BBQ grill is out and being used on a regular basis. (Ok, to be honest, here in Florida, US, we have grilling weather most of the year.) Life is … The post June 2016 Newsletter appeared first on Nomad PHP.
PHP 7.1 Performance Benchmark Shows it is 27 Times Faster than PHP 5 - 5 Minutes Lately in PHP podcast episode 78 By Manuel Lemos Now that PHP 7.1 was released pure CPU benchmarks reveal it is 27 times faster than PHP 5.0. This was one...Show More Summary
While I was working on an application for a client, I had to implement a new module that entails the following: Users ask for a budget quotation for a certain task. Every task has a location. Professionals can subscribe to differentShow More Summary
March 2017 - US Presented By Ian Littman March 16, 2017 20:00 CDT The post Yielding Higher-PerformancePHP Applications appeared first on Nomad PHP.
March 2017 - EU Presented By Gary Hockin March 16, 2017 20:00 CET The post Zend Framework Done Right appeared first on Nomad PHP.
The PHP API Clients I'm working on utilizes a command bus ( league/tactician ) internally. Wrapped in a thing promise layer for
The new Package Development Standards initiative is proud to present its first publication, pds/skeleton (and the related research) for public review. If you are a package author, you are invited to post your comments and criticismsShow More Summary
PHP Articles Report November 2016 Edition By Manuel Lemos This is the November edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP articles published recently. In the edition...Show More Summary
At my new company, we’re developing a REST api. We’re trying to strike he balance between ‘easy to use’ and sticking to the rules of REST, and hat’s given us more than a few unforseen benefits. When you work within a framework that a...Show More Summary
For a while now I'm been working on a new huge project. Been tweeting about it for a while as welland since it is my birthday I like to give the PHP community a "little" present. It is time to officially announce: PHP API Clients.
Authentication is something that has evolved over the years. We have seen it change from email - password combination to social authentication, and finally password-less authentication. Actually, more like an "email only" authentication. Show More Summary
Previously we looked at how to use the static site generator Sculpin to generate in-project documentation. When Sculpin builds the html files and assets it looks at what files are in the source/ directory and processes them based on certain rules (e.g. Show More Summary
This year we do not only have Christmas presents for our customers for all of you. We created a book and an ebook out of the most important articles in our blog. Gave them a sensible order, so that you can read and enjoy them on even more devices.
Do you want to increase the efficiency of your remote communications by a factor of ten? Keep reading then. Respond immediately. If you have all the necessary information to respond to an e-mail, do it now. You already spent time reading the e-mail. Show More Summary
Something to watch out for in open-source projects: Pournelle’s “Iron Law of Bureaucracy.” In the organization around your project, you will find two kinds of people: Those who concentrate on the goals of the organization. These are generally coders, devops, and infrastructure folks. Those who concentrate on the organization itself. Show More Summary
Developing for PHP Scalability using Web Application Performance Testing of a Load By Dave Smith If your web site project is expected to handle many concurrent requests, then you must develop with scalability in mind, so you can eliminate...Show More Summary
Recently I've been reading the book Living documentation by Cyrille Martraire. I can warmly recommend this book to you. It basically provides a solution for the age-old problem of creating and maintaining accurate, up-to-date and useful project documentation. Show More Summary