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ZCE Preparation Pack - Lorna Mitchell

tl;dr version: the ZCE Preparation Pack is now available from Leanpub https://leanpub.com/zce costing $30. I've been running a preparation course for the Zend Certified Engineer exam for many years now.  Once upon a time it was possible...Show More Summary

RAML, the RESTful API Modeling Language - SitePoint PHP

In a recent article I introduced Slate, a static site generator specifically designed for writing API documentation. This time around, I’m going to look at something which in many ways is even better. But first, if you’ll indulge meShow More Summary

ClassManager – You shall not pass - Piotr Pasich

Hi! First of all I’d like to ask you a question – what’s your name? My name is Piotr and that is derived from the Greek ?????? (Petros) meaning “stone”.  Next to me is sitting my friend – Michael. Michael is from the Hebrew name ???????? (Mikha’el) meaning “who is like God?” (after this article […]

Developer Security Outreach - blog.phpdev

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how to try to bring the security and development communities together, most specifically for PHP (see these two posts for more on that). PHP has a long standing reputation for being an insecure language that it’s had to overcome. Show More Summary

purpose of framework benchmarking speed - Michael Kimsal

I’ve followed the techempower benchmarks, and every now and then I check out benchmarks of various projects (usually PHP) to see what the relative state of things are. Inevitably, someone points out that “these aren’t testing anything ‘real world’ – they’re useless!”. Show More Summary

Introducing CockpitCMS – a CMS for Developers - SitePoint PHP

In this tutorial, we will see how to use Cockpit CMS to setup a CMS backend and to use the API interface provided by Cockpit to build a customized functional frontend. Not quite like other “heavy weight”, or “fully fledged” CMS’, Cockpit is light weight and “bare”. Show More Summary

A new URI handling library for PHP. - Evert Pot

The last little while have been all about URI's for me. I've been engaged in discussions about the upcoming 'PSR-7', I started working on a sort of 'hypermedia'-focussed router/repository type of system, and I recently ran into a bug...Show More Summary

Questions from the Field: Should I Escape My Input, And If So, How? - Derick Rethans

Questions from the Field: Should I Escape My Input, And If So, How? London, UK Tuesday, January 27th 2015, 09:03 GMT At last weekend's PHP Benelux I gave a tutorial titled "From SQL to NoSQL". Large parts of the tutorial covered using MongoDB—how to use it from PHP, schema design, etc. Show More Summary

Basic TDD in Your New PHP Package - SitePoint PHP

In part 1, we set up our development environment, baked in some rules as inherited from The League, and created two sample but useless classes - Diffbot and DiffbotException. In this part, we’ll get started with Test Driven Development. If...Show More Summary

PSR-7 By Example - Matthew Weier O'Phinney

PSR-7 is shaping up nicely. I pushed some updates earlier this week, and we agged 0.6.0 of the http-message package last week for implementors and potential users to start coding against. I'm still hearing some grumbles both of "simplify!"...Show More Summary

Lean publishing "Principles of Package Design" - Matthias Noback

During the great PHP Benelux Conference 2015 edition I published the final version of Principles of Package Design. Let me tell you a little bit about its history and some of the things I had to deal with. A bit of history My first book, A Year With Symfony, was released on September 4th, 2013. Show More Summary

It’s Monday, you could use some motivation - Piotr Pasich

Three days ago I decided to give you some motivation to start doing a code kata (see the Friday Dopamine Dump). Well, if you forgotten, haven’t got any time, had to do something more important and didn’t even try to try, then stop. No excuses! If you really want to do this – just start. […]

Defensive Programming - Nomad PHP

Presented by Christopher Pitt @assertchris Defensive programming may sound like something your granddad did after the war, but it’s key to reducing the number of bugs and increasing maintainability. We’re going to look at what defensive programming is and some steps to doing it in PHP. The post Defensive Programming appeared first on Nomad PHP.

Database Schema Migrations with Doctrine - Nomad PHP

Presented by Diego Sapriza @AV4TAr How do you manage database schema changes in your applications? Do you ever wonder how to push your code AND database changes all at the same time? If you feel you are doing it wrong, I will explain...Show More Summary

How to Build an OctoberCMS Widget Plugin - SitePoint PHP

In a previous article we talked about the basics of creating an OctoberCMS plugin. In this one, we’re going to go deeper, and we’ll explore how we can extend the OctoberCMS backend using widgets. What We Are Going To Build I will assume that many of you have used Wordpress. Show More Summary

Coming Out Of The Box - Stefan Koopmanschap

Asking for help. Once you start thinking about it, it is really hard to do. It doesn’t really matter what you need help with, it is hard once you start wondering whether you should ask. In The Art of Asking Amanda Palmer writes about Anthony. Show More Summary

Friday Dopamine Dump - Piotr Pasich

When we were in Madrid last year, a book was accompanied me – the new edition of Clean Code authored by Uncle Bob. He describes how the professional programmer acts, works, talks and develops himself. Robert C. Martin claims an example from his own life – a quick, 15 minutes, code kata done twice a […]

PHP 5.4.37 Released - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor

PHP 5.4.37 Release AnnouncementThe PHP development team announces the immediate availability of PHP 5.4.37. Six security-related bugs were fixed in this release, including CVE-2015-0231, CVE-2014-9427 and CVE-2015-0232. All PHP 5.4 users are encouraged to upgrade to this version. Show More Summary

April 2015 – US - Nomad PHP

Symfony2 - The Basics Presented By Margaret Staples April 23, 2015 20:00 CDT The post April 2015 – US appeared first on Nomad PHP.

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