Why you MUST Upgrade to Drupal 7.32, now.

 

by · October 16, 2014

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It’s time to update your Drupal sites! Oscar takes a look at the critical SQL Injection vulnerability found in the project to understand what went wrong.

 

PHP Swag Store Now Open

 

by · September 30, 2014

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We just launched our brand new Swag Store where you can buy your own plush friend or other PHP branded gear for yourself.  Our options will be expanding in the near future, so look forward to seeing more T-shirts and other products appearing. We also want to hear from you!  Please and let us know […]

 

September 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Purchasing Power

 

by · September 23, 2014

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Our September issue is now available. Whether selling products, billing for services, or collecting donations, at some point you’ve probably needed to find a way to get money from person A to person B. This issue covers Magento, Symfony, WordPress and more!

 

Iterators, ArrayAccess, & Countable – Oh My!

 

by · September 22, 2014

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Last weekend, I gave a talk on SPL Iterators and Interfaces at MadisonPHP. Beth Tucker Long, our previous Editor in Chief, is one of the main organizers and showed how much she’s contributed to php[tek] (and the planning for php[world]) by putting on a truly excellent regional conference. It was great to see some of the other speakers I’d […]

 

Functional Programming in PHP Book Released

 

by · August 29, 2014

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We are excited to announce the availability of our newest book:  Functional Programming in PHP by Simon Holywell.  PHP gained anonymous functions and closures in 5.3, which provided the basis allowing functional programming techniques to be used within PHP itself.  This book is designed to cover all aspects of Functional Programming in PHP and give […]

 

August php[architect] Magazine Released – Beyond PHP

 

by · August 22, 2014

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In an increasingly multi-hat career environment, most PHP Devs are often asked to knock out some front end development from time-to-time. This is not as unusual as you may think. Having learned coding in the home-baked-what-the-hell-are-we-doing-dot-com 1.0 world, we were often expected to do everything from cradle to grave. While duties are a lot more (and rightfully […]

 

php[world] Conference: Five Amazing Keynotes…

 

by · August 20, 2014

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We are excited to announce today the amazing keynote speakers that we have lined up for our php[world] conference this November. We’ve worked hard to find the best speakers and talks that cover the breadth of the PHP experience. We want php[world] to be a conference that pulls together all the different fragmented communities of […]

 

July 2014 php[architect] Magazine Released – Navigating the Business

 

by · July 21, 2014

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The July issue is ready to download! In this issue, we focus on ways you can navigate the business side of working with PHP. Jordan Tway gives advice on how to sell yourself via a polished resume and interview skills. Benjamin Greenaway looks at the place of PHP in startups. In Education Station, Matthew Setter explores […]

 

Sending HTML Emails with Drupal 7, Webform, and Mandrill

 

by · July 18, 2014

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Learn about the modules to install and configure to enable Drupal 7 to send HTML emails with Mandrill, a transactional email service. We’ll also show you how to change the default Webform email template to send submissions as HTML.

 

Envato: Future of WordPress

 

by · July 9, 2014

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Natasha Postolovski over at the Envato blog has a thorough look at the future of WordPress.