• About Rafael Dohms

    Rafael Dohms is an experienced PHP Developer, Evangelist, Speaker and Contributor. During his years of experience he has become an active member of the community and founded 3 User Groups. He moved to the Netherlands to integrate the WEBclusive team and share his passion for code quality and innovation in the Crowd funding world. In his spare time he also helps manage the AmsterdamPHP User Group, amongst other projects.


    DMS\Filter v2.0

    by  • April 21, 2014 • Pessoal/Off-topic • 0 Comments

    I have completed the release of the DMS\Filter Package, this includes: DMS Filter Library DMS Filter Bundle, that integrates all filtering capabilities in Symfony. This release includes some new features and a huge overwrite of the filters. Independent Repositories The first big change was a proper split of the repositories, before you had the...

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    Using Git Hooks to delegate routine tasks

    by  • November 15, 2013 • Development, PHP, Tips and Tricks • 0 Comments

    My team currently uses GitHub as the center of our development process, taking full advantage of Pull Requests and all that. That means we use git and our process is to always develop using feature-branches, making PRs for each feature and then merging them in after code review. This means we switch branches a...

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    Meetup API Client v1.0.0

    by  • March 29, 2013 • PHP • 0 Comments

    I love APIs, but I honestly hate having to deal with signing, auth, and curl inside my controllers or services, which means I end up wrapping all of that into something that provides easy access in my controllers. I also love Meetup.com since it really makes managing User Groups pretty cool, even with some...

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    Of Creating User Groups and Physics

    by  • February 14, 2013 • Community, PHP • 3 Comments

    Note: This article was originally published on the october/2011 issue of php-architect. If you like it keep a close eye on the Community Column in the magazine, where I get the chance to write alongside other awesome community people. Vacuums are a very interesting part of physics. From the latin vacuum means “empty”, basically describing...

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    Mimicking TravisCI with Jenkins

    by  • February 6, 2013 • PHP, Tips and Tricks, Tools • 1 Comment

    We are all awaiting the day when all of us can get TravisCI Pro and get all of that testing goodness into our private repositories right? And by that I mean, having our PRs annotated with build status, running automated tests and such. Well, there is a work around to it, if you use...

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