Out on a Limb – February 2019

February 5, 2019


Unless you’re building a custom application for yourself, sooner or later you’ll encounter feedback from users. It may be that your site is not always available, a task which is difficult to complete, or a piece of content that is not very inclusive. By listening to them, your web site is more useful in the long run. This issue collects articles to help your servers scale, improve site accessibility, find and replace old and unused code, and more.

Episode 16 – Remotely Working

Pocast logo on an undersea scene

Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon, Jennifer Wadella, and Oscar Merida are featured in the first episode of 2019. Topics include remote working, AWS S3 integrations, Jenkins, DevOps, and more.

php[tek] 2019 Schedule is Live

January 18, 2019

php[tek] 2018 May 21-23 in Atlanta, GA

We’ve posted the schedule for php[tek] 2019 over at tek.phparch.com. We’ll be returning to Atlanta, Georgia for a third year this May. Read on to see the new tracks format, planned sessions, and meet our speakers.

Education Station: DevOps and You

January 15, 2019

Dev Ops and You by Chris Tankersley

The tech industry is always awash with new ideas that are actually old. One which gained traction in the last ten years is the idea of “DevOps.” This term is the combination of “Development” and “Operations” and is meant to show these two roles can be combined for more efficiency.

January 18 – Beyond Performance

January 9, 2019


Day Camp 4 Developers If you’re selling widgets, offering a service, or publishing information a slow web page or application will cost you in the long run. User’s don’t wait and if your page takes too long to load, they’ll go somewhere else. Just one second slower will drop page views, customer satisfaction, and conversions. […]