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Archive for Wrzesień, 2010

PHP Barcelona Conference 2010 is here!

PHP Barcelona Conference 2010 is here!The PHP Barcelona User Group is pleased to announce the 4th edition of the PHP Barcelona Conference . Come to the shores of the Mediterranean for two fun-packed days of cutting edge PHP, Application Scalability, High Performance, Databases, Integration, Testing, Clouds (not in the sky, we hope) and many many more topics and surprises. The event will take place from the 29th to the 30th of October and will bring together Ilia Alshanetsky, Fabien Potencier, Stefan Priebsch, Lorenzo Alberton, Enrico Zimuel and many more of the shiniest names in the industry for 48 hours of intensive PHP and fiesta! Fore more information visit http://phpconference.es and book your spot now before tickets run out and do not lose out on one of the most appealing events on the PHP calendar :) See you in Barcelona!


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PHP Barcelona Conference 2010 is here!

PHP Barcelona Conference 2010 is here!The PHP Barcelona User Group is pleased to announce the 4th edition of the PHP Barcelona Conference . Come to the shores of the Mediterranean for two fun-packed days of cutting edge PHP, Application Scalability, High Performance, Databases, Integration, Testing, Clouds (not in the sky, we hope) and many many more topics and surprises. The event will take place from the 29th to the 30th of October and will bring together Ilia Alshanetsky, Fabien Potencier, Stefan Priebsch, Lorenzo Alberton, Enrico Zimuel and many more of the shiniest names in the industry for 48 hours of intensive PHP and fiesta! Fore more information visit http://phpconference.es and book your spot now before tickets run out and do not lose out on one of the most appealing events on the PHP calendar :) See you in Barcelona!


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Site News: Job Postings for the week of 09.19.2010

Site News: Job Postings for the week of 09.19.2010Job postings for the past week:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15186

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Maarten Balliauw’s Blog: Windows Azure Diagnostics in PHP

Maarten Balliauw’s Blog: Windows Azure Diagnostics in PHP

New on his blog today Maarten Balliauw has a post talking about running Azure diagnostics from inside of PHP (using the Windows Azure Diagnostics API).

When working with PHP on Windows Azure, chances are you may want to have a look at what’s going on: log files, crash dumps, performance counters, … All this is valuable information when investigating application issues or doing performance tuning. Windows Azure is slightly different in diagnostics from a regular web application. [...] On Windows Azure, you may scale beyond that and have a hard time looking into what is happening in your application if you would have to use the above approach. A solution for this? Meet the Diagnostics Monitor.

He includes a sample configuration and an example of the output of his sample script when it’s run against that configuration. You can find this script here and the Windows Azure SDK here.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15185

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Kevin Schroeder’s Blog: You want to do WHAT with PHP? Chapter 8

Kevin Schroeder’s Blog: You want to do WHAT with PHP? Chapter 8

On his blog today Kevin Schroeder has the latest in a series of excerpts from his book “You Want to Do WHAT with PHP?” – a section of the chapter on daemons.

PHP is a language generally not suited for running daemons. That said, PHP can do it, and in certain circumstances does it sufficiently for the job. In this chapter we look at some of the things you need to know about to build a PHP-based daemon. This excerpt doesn’t feature any code, but it does set the foundation for why I think PHP is fine for daemons in some circumstances.

The excerpt is mainly the first part of the chapter that just introduces the idea of daemons including some of the right and wrong uses, using the right tool for the job and how using PHP for a daemon can help with needs in a place where PHP might already be a norm.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15184

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Jordi Boggiano’s Blog: PHP Console in Your Browser

Jordi Boggiano’s Blog: PHP Console in Your Browser

Jordi Boggiano has a new post today looking at his PHP console script that works in your browser that sets up easily and works from your localhost web server – php-console.

Since I spend most of my days programming PHP I tend to need that a lot and a few years back I wrote a small script that would let me type php code in my browser and execute it. Nothing fancy, but quite useful. Over the years a few people got interest seeing me use it and asked for the sources, so instead of repackaging it every time, I thought I’d clean it up, polish a bit, add some features, and put it on github.

Setup is as simple as dropping the code somewhere in your local server’s document root and offers a textarea for input and a expandable tree for the resulting output. It uses the Krumo tool to create this modified output. You can see a screenshot here.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15183

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php|architect: Analysis: Following Ruby Makes PHP Number Two

php|architect: Analysis: Following Ruby Makes PHP Number Two

On the php|architect blog today Bill Karwin has posted his response to this interesting suggestion from Dennis Hoston about how to “reinvent” object-oriented programming in PHP.

Dennis acknowledges that the name needs work. But, getting past that, his blog is about some creative experiments Dennis is working on. He has come up with a pretty innovative way of creating objects dynamically in PHP that allows for some usage that conventional PHP coding techniques don’t support.

He talks about some of the features that this method allows that the usual style of OOP don’t allow like class scoping, methods can be added at any times and that the classes created can be temporary. He points out that the base object is actually a factory and makes it simple to create those other instances of child objects. He also mentions some of the features that will no longer work with Deniss’ approach like interfaces, instanceof, reflection and autoloading to name a few.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15182

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Pique Web Podcast: Episode 4 – Security and Account Manager

Pique Web Podcast: Episode 4 – Security and Account Manager

The Pique Web podcast has posted their latest episode – episode 4 has Sean and Paul with special guest Ed Finkler talking about security and Account Manager (among other things).

Ed Finkler is our guest of awesome, he works on spaz which is an AWARD WINNING micro-blogging client.

Other topics of discussion include:

To listen you can either grab the direct download or subscribe to their feed for these and other great episodes.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15181

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Zend Developer Zone: Announcing ZendCon 2010’s UnCon

Zend Developer Zone: Announcing ZendCon 2010’s UnCon

On the Zend Developer Zone Matthew Weier O’Phinney as officially announced that there will be an unconference at this year’s Zend/PHP Conference in November in Santa Clara, California.

Contrary to earlier reports, ZendCon’s unconference — a set of parallel, participant-driven sessions — will be happening again this year, for the fourth year running. This year, Michelangelo van Dam has agreed to take the reins from Keith Casey and chair this year’s UnCon event. Michelangelo is well-known in the PHP community, having helped found PHPBenelux, assisted in promoting and participating in PHP HackFests, and assisted in running the Dutch PHP Conference unconference offering.

The details are still being ironed out, so keep an eye on the Zend Developer Zone for the latest updates as the conference gets closer and closer.

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15180

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Site News: Popular Posts for the Week of 09.24.2010

Site News: Popular Posts for the Week of 09.24.2010Popular posts from PHPDeveloper.org for the past week:

Source: http://www.phpdeveloper.org/news/15179

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