Announcing php[cruise]… (Save the Date)


by · June 30, 2015


Well we’ve already actually announced it at php[tek] 2015, but it’s time to start sharing some information about it. Yes, we are going to revive php[cruise], and once again host a conference-cruise for the PHP community.  This 7 day cruise will take place from July 17-23, 2016 and leave from the port of Baltimore. We […]


Congratulations to our 100,000th order winner!


by · June 29, 2015


Over the past weekend we hit our 100,000th order.  As we celebrate this milestone, please join us in congratulating Gabriel Santos (@gmsantos__), the lucky winner of Archie, our own elePHPant.  Thanks to everyone for supporting php[architect]!


Training price drop! Make your learning go farther for less.


by · June 24, 2015


php[architect] is excited to announce that we have restructured our training program to offer the PHP community more affordable online training without compromising our high standards of expert trainers and quality, up-to-date material. This means, for example, that our PHP Essentials class price has dropped from $750 to $450 for 19 hours of training with […]


FREE ElePHPant to the 100,000th Order


by · June 17, 2015


We here at php[architect] want to celebrate a big milestone – the 100,000th order – by giving away one of our very own ‘Archie’ elePHPants.  The lucky person who makes order number 100,000 will be notified by email. We will also make the winner announcement here, so get your orders in soon as we are quickly […]


Training Day Offerings Published for php[world] 2015


by · June 11, 2015


We’ve just published our offerings for Training Day at our upcoming php[world] 2015 conference this fall. At the moment we are offering five great unique full day training experiences that you can enjoy (and more may be added later!) Currently we are offering: Web Security Training Chris Cornutt PHP in the Cloud Jeremy Lindblom Magento […]


June Issue on APIs, FREE download


by · June 2, 2015


That’s right—thanks to Nexmo, June’s issue on APIs is free of charge for the month! To download the free issue: If you already have a php[architect] account, then you already own it!  We’ve given it to you already for free.  Just log in and check your account page. If you are new to php[architect]—Welcome!  Just […]


May 2015 php[architect] Issue Launched


by · May 1, 2015


“Hunting for Clues” is the theme title for this month’s issue. It focuses on automated testing and how it can help you hunt down bugs as they appear. In Michael Bodnarchuk’s Codeception: Testing for Human Beings he talks about integrating automated testing in your workflow. Xander Guzman discusses two testing and mocking libraries for PHP in Integrating […]


April 2015 php[architect] Magazine Launched


by · April 13, 2015


In this issue, we’ll look at how to make sure your application’s front end delights your users. Jordan Kasper concludes his two-part series on “Object Oriented Javascript” with a look at prototypical inheritance, and more. In “UX without the Process”, Marli Mesibov shares tips on how everyone can improve the User Experience (UX) when working […]


Save the Date: php[world] 2015


by · April 10, 2015


The original PHP conference with dedicated tracks for WordPress, Drupal, Magento, Joomla!, Laravel, Zend Framework, Symfony and CakePHP — returns to the Washington D.C. area this fall. php[world] 2015 – November 16-20  


March 2015 php[architect] Magazine Launched


by · March 13, 2015


Because databases store the data our applications, they need proper care and feeding too. In “DB Migrations”, David Berube shares what he’s learned to properly design your databases, Harrie Verveer looks at “Database Versioning with Liquibase”, and Patrick Schwisow shows you how to consolidate Doctrine Migrations that have gotten unwieldly. Also inside Julien Pauli continues his […]