Win a Free Ticket and Meet us at Drupalcon

by · April 5, 2016

DrupalCon New Orleans Logo

We’re going to be in New Orleans next month for DrupalCon, will you be? Heather White, Sandy Smith, and I will all be flying down the week of May 9th. Heather helped organize the PHP track for this year’s event and will be helping to make sure everything runs smoothly for the speakers. Sandy will […]

April 2016 – Off the Island: Drupal

by · April 1, 2016


The April 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine is out! This issue we take a look at how Drupal is using tools and techniques from the PHP community. This issue also includes articles on how to easily generate documentation, advice on learning new frameworks, what it means to be a leader in the PHP community, and […]

March 2016 – Hunting Mutants

by · March 1, 2016


The March 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine is out! This issue will show you how to use Humbug to add mutation testing to your toolkit. Our issue also includes articles explaining how compilers and interpreters turn code into executable instructions, a look at Laravel’s Eloquent ORM, how to integrate authentication across apps, and getting started […]

Dedicated PHP Track is New to DrupalCon USA

by · February 26, 2016

Cupcakes and cake to celebreate Drupal 8 release. At php[world] 2015.

We’re excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the Drupal Association to help plan and organize the dedicated PHP track at this year’s DrupalCon in New Orleans. Our own Heather White is working with Larry Garfield (aka @crell) to identify PHP topics relevant to Drupal developers, review sessions, and select speakers. Having a robust PHP […]

Book Release: Integrating Web Services with OAuth and PHP

by · February 24, 2016


Our newest book is now available: Integrating Web Services with OAuth and PHP. Purchase a printed book for $19 plus get a free digital edition. You can also buy the digital only edition for $12. We provide our digital books in DRM-free PDF, ePUB, and MOBI formats. Written by Matt Frost, this book will show […]

February 2016 – Workflow Powerups

by · February 1, 2016


We’ve released the February 2016 issue of php[architect] magazine. This issue looks at tools to help you powerup your workflows to improve your productivity. This month we have articles on using Docker for PHP development environments, evaluating different Git workflows, how to build a Continuous Integration and Testing environment, and using Symfony’s Event Dispatcher. Our […]

Schedule Posted for php[tek] 2016

by · January 25, 2016


We are excited to announce the schedule of sessions for php[tek] 2016!  We had to sort through over 500 submissions to hand-pick the best 55 talks to fill out our schedule from over 30 internationally based speakers.  You can see the schedule online now.  Make sure and get your Early Bird Sale tickets and we look […]

January 2016 Issue: Doorways to Your Apps

by · January 4, 2016


The first issue for 2016 of php[architect] magazine is ready for download. To start off the new year, we look at solutions to help you easily add an API to an existing appliction. This month includes articles on using Zend’s Apigility, the API Platform, adding a PHP web server to a Raspberry Pi, and Symfony’s […]

24 Days: The Family you Choose

by · December 9, 2015


Samantha Quiñones, aka @ieatkillerbees wrote a wonderful contribution to 24 Days in December. In The Family You Choose, she shares that: I spent the first half of my career isolated in the long loneliness. It almost broke me, but I learned in time to not be afraid of letting other people into my life. I learned […]

php[cruise] Early Bird Pricing Ends Dec. 31st

by · December 8, 2015


The cruise itself seems too far away to think about, however don’t delay because our Early Bird Sale ends on Dec. 31st. The prices will increase after that so give the family an unexpected present and help spend that end of year budget. For your convenience we have booked a discounted block of rooms at […]

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