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Command and Control – June 2018

Posted by on June 7, 2018

Events, Command Buses, Git, Design, Parsing, CakePHP, and more

In this Issue

Command and Control has articles on:

  • Domain-Driven Architecture With Commands and Events by Barney Hanlon
  • Pro Parsing Techniques With PHP, Part One: Simplifying Your Parsing Strategy by Michael Schrenk
  • Design Is for Designers by Steve Bennett
  • Self-Host Your Team’s Git With Gitolite by Gabriel Zerbib

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Chris Tankersley writes about What Not To Do in The Dev Lead Trenches. In Security Corner: Composing Application Security Eric Mann explains how you might be exposing code unexpectedly via Composer. James Titcumb looks Beyond PHP in Community Corner.  Edward Barnard continues his Build an API series with part three in Education Station which focuses on the HTTP verbs and how to use them to make a RESTful API. In finally{}: Open Source & Commercial Entities, Eli White shares his thoughts on how commercial companies participate in the open source community.

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Oscar still remembers downloading an early version of the Apache HTTP server at the end of 1995, and promptly asking "Ok, what's this good for?" He started learning PHP in 2000 and hasn't stopped since. He's worked with Drupal, WordPress, Zend Framework, and bespoke PHP, to name a few. Follow him on Google+.
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