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Finding & patching a bug in php-src - Sammy Kaye Powers

Fair warning: take all this with a grain of salt; I'm still a PHP-internals newbie, but I wanted to show you a behind-the-scenes look behind bug #75237. Find the bug It all started whilst looking for lines of code to cover for a Chicago...Show More Summary

A Few Right Ways, But Infinitely More Wrong Ways - Paul M. Jones

A response to the saying: “There’s no one ‘right’ way to do things. There are different ways of doing something that are ‘right’. So stop criticizing my chosen way of doing things — you cannot prove that it is wrong.” For any question,...Show More Summary

Software Reengineering – Real Estate Property Management Web Portal, Supporting Brokers & Customers of Large U.S. Real Estate Service Provider

The client is a large, multi-service real estate business in New York in the United States. For over a quarter of a century, the client has provided services for real estate brokers in New York City. The client wished to employ the services...Show More Summary

Why do managers go bad?

In Endless Immensity of the Sea I wrote about a leadership style that encourages intrinsic motivation. Many people I talk to don’t work in such an environment. Even those who work in places that promote the ideals of autonomy and intrinsic motivation often find that over time, things change for the worse. Why does this happen?

Stop the pain, get to PHP 7 - Adam Culp

When I was young I played football at my local middle school…very terribly. I didn’t enjoy running with the heavy pads in the heat, and I definitely didn’t enjoy running into and hitting the other kids, most of which were larger than me. Show More Summary

Interview with Samantha Quiñones - Voices of the ElePHPant

        ieatkillerbees Audio Show Notes ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Samantha Quiñones appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

PHPNW: Thank You - Stefan Koopmanschap

The past ten years, the PHP NorthWest conference in Manchester has had a huge impact on the Manchester PHP scene, but also on the rest of Europe (and perhaps the world). Last weekend during the closing of the conference, Jeremy Coates announced that PHPNW conference is going on a hiatus. Show More Summary

Red Hat will provide PHP 7.1 for RHEL (and CentOS) - Remi Collet

Announcement : Red Hat updates Python, PHP, Node.js, more; supports new arches and RHSCL 3.0 Beta Release Notes. Stability addicts can keep quiet, PHP 5.3.3 is still the standard version provided with RHEL-6, and PHP 5.4.16 the one in...Show More Summary

The release of "Microservices for everyone" - Matthias Noback

Today I'm happy to release my latest book, "Microservices for everyone"! 90% of it was done in July but you know what happens with almost-finished projects: they remain almost-finished for a long time. I did some useful things though,...Show More Summary

What’s the Right BI Tool for Manufacturing?

Is There a Simple BI for Manufacturing Solution for Business Users? Manufacturing has certainly changed over the past few decades! Global competition is greater today and local or regional manufacturers can no longer hope to achieve a competitive advantage based on location and geography alone. Show More Summary

Interview with Dave McLoughlin - Voices of the ElePHPant

          Audio Show Notes ZendCon 2017 Talk – IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING THE RISKS OF OPEN SOURCE SOFTWARE FOR PHP DEVELOPERS ZendCon 2017 Talk – UNDERSTANDING OPEN SOURCE LICENSES ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Dave McLoughlin appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Converting a Composer dependency to git for editing - Rob Allen

I'm adding a new feature to ZF's Problem-Details component and it's easiest to do this within the context of the application I'm developing. The component lives in vendor/zendframework/zend-problem-details and was installed using composer...Show More Summary

FluentDOM 7.0, The Next Step - Thomas Weinert

FluentDOM 7.0 is out, so what has changed? Well, the FluentDOM namespace got a little crowded so I moved all the DOM child classes into FluentDOM\DOM, made the Creator a top level class and collected the utility classes. If you're updating you might need to change some imports. Show More Summary

Read Write Web — Q3 Summary — 2017

Summary A relatively quiet quarter in the community group, however, some good progress has been made behind the scenes. There was a new release, this quarter, to  The Shapes Constraint Language (SHACL) is now a W3C Recommendation and ActivityPub is also a candidate recommendation. Show More Summary

Atlas.Orm 2.0.0-beta1 Released - Paul M. Jones

I am very happy to announce that I have just released 2.0.0-beta1 of Atlas, a data mapper for your SQL persistence model. You can get it via Composer as atlas/orm. This new major version requires PHP 7.1 and uses typehints, but bestShow More Summary

Interview with Chris Pitt - Voices of the ElePHPant

assertchris Audio Show Notes Async PHP ZendCon 2017 Talk – BUILDING ROBOTS WITH PHP ZendCon 2017 Talk – IMPLEMENTING LANGUAGES ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Chris Pitt appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Interview with Chris Pitt - Voices of the ElePHPant

assertchris Audio Show Notes Async PHP ZendCon 2017 Talk – BRING RPG/COBOL BUSINESS LOGIC TO THE WEB WITH THE PHP TOOLKIT ZendCon 2017 Talk – MAKE YOUR IBM I SIZZLE WITH WORDPRESS ZendCon 2017 Talk – PHP AND DB2 IN DEPTH ZendCon 2017 The post Interview with Chris Pitt appeared first on Voices of the ElePHPant.

Responding To The Post-truth Phenomenon

In 2016, the Oxford Dictionaries declared that their Word Of The Year was to be "post-truth", which they defined as: "relating o or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals...Show More Summary

Tackling the Beast: How to GraduallyUpgrade a Legacy Code Base to PHP 7 - Nomad PHP

December - US Presented By Ann Gaffigan December 21, 2017 20:00 CST The post Tackling the Beast: How to Gradually Upgrade a Legacy Code Base to PHP 7 appeared first on Nomad PHP.

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