Self-Host Your Team’s Git With Gitolite

by · June 8, 2018

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By Gabriel Zerbib If you wish to set up a private Git server for your personal, work, or team projects, but favor free software and simple architecture, or don’t want a service hosted by a third party, then Gitolite is the solution for you. Designed in 2005 by Linus Torvalds for the needs of the […]

Command and Control – June 2018

by · June 7, 2018

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Using events and command buses, self-hosted git, design workflows, parsing text, a look at CakePHP, Composer security, and more

Community Corner: My Picks From Packagist

by · June 1, 2018

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Most people are aware of how the Composer revolution came about, and the goal of getting everyone to play nicely together. With so many packages it can sometimes be difficult to know where to begin. I’m going to look at some packages from the open source community you might find useful if you’re not already using them!

Episode 10: Treasure, Old and New

by · May 25, 2018

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In this episode, Eric van Johnson and John Congdon review Treasure, Old & New. Topics include Clean Code, Drupal and WordPress news, and an interview with Steve Grunwell on Technical Debt.

Treasures, Old & New – May 2018

by · May 1, 2018

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Writing clean code, managing technical debt, testing with Mockery, Toxic Tech, API specifications, and more.

Testing Strategy With the Help of Static Analysis

by · April 26, 2018

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By Ondrej Mirtes. In this article, I’d like to introduce you to the concept of type safety and how it can improve the reliability and stability of your code. Once your code is more type-safe, and that fact is verified by automated tools, you can cherry-pick which parts of your application need extensive unit tests and where you can rely just on well-defined types.

Episode 9: Testing in Practice

by · April 20, 2018

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In this Episode Our hosts, Eric van Johnson and John Congdon dive into Testing in Practice and the April 2018 issue of php magazine and interview Robert Basic, one of the contributors to Mockery. Oscar talks about the importance of training for employees and rants against image slideshows.

Testing in Practice – April 2018

by · April 2, 2018

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PHP Unit, Mockery, Type Hints, Async PHP, building a REST API, training programs, PHP isolation and security, serverless computing, Laravel auth, and more.

Episode 8 – Long Running PHP

by · March 27, 2018

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Eric and John go over the March features about writing daemons with PHP, Linux containers beyond Docker, accessibility, code reviews, and interview Chris Pitt, about the community in South Africa and his article on Evolving PHP. Oscar shares his experience recently upgrading an application to PHP 7.

The Dev Lead Trenches: Reviewing Code

by · March 23, 2018

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Code reviews are one of the best ways to help a team ensure they’re writing the best code possible. In all of the jobs where we have done peer-lead code reviews, we have caught more bugs and had better discussions about code than in places or times where we just hammer code through the approval process. I know, I know; we all write beautiful, bug-free code, so why go through the hassle of a code review?

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