• Posts Tagged ‘review’

    PHP Development in the Cloud by Ivo Jansch and Vito Chin

    by  • August 5, 2011 • Books, PHP • 3 Comments

    Cloud computing is finally reaching a point of maturity and leaving its early “hype” years behind. Ivo and Vito do a very good job of bringing the topic into a PHP developer’s world in a very concise and objective manner, without leaving important platforms and concepts behind. From the top the book sets down...

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    Review: The Art of Community – Jono Bacon

    by  • August 11, 2010 • Books, PHP, Reviews

    I must confess that Jono Bacon actually caught me by surprise. While I was following the creation process of the book (O’Reilly invited UG leaders to send feedback) I could have never imagined I would one day have something so useful for someone who deals with communities on a day to day basis. In...

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    Book Review: Guide to Date and Time Programming

    by  • July 6, 2009 • Books, PHP

    This review has been pending for a while, but recently I finished reading Derick Rethans’ book: Date and Time Programming. A first look at the topic (Date and Time) might get you thinking, “Why the hell do I need a book to teach me about time?” But further investigating, and some life experience will...

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    Review: Essential PHP Security

    by  • January 26, 2009 • Books, PHP

    Even having being published in 2005, the book “Essential PHP Security” addresses a very up-to-date topic even today. Written by Chris Shiflett the book goes through various security aspects associated with a PHP application, for that reason even to today its content can be considered updated and applicable to various day to day situations...

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    ZendCon08 in review

    by  • October 22, 2008 • Conferences, PHP

    This article was originally posted by me to the MIH/SWAT Blog, at SWAT at ZendCon 2008. – This year SWAT marked its first year of presence at the Zend/PHP Conference, also known as ZendCon. Neil Broers and I were chosen for the mission of going to ZendCon and bringing back all we could learn....

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