Posts marked with “docker”

Long Running PHP – March 2018

by · March 1, 2018

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PHP Daemons, Evolving PHP, containers, accessibility, Lumen, code reviews, signing git commits, running a user group, and more.

 

Containers Are a Pile of Lies! Part Two

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While the kernel offers all sorts of APIs to manipulate namespaces and processes at a fine-grained level, that is often not especially helpful when trying to build systems at a more coarse-grained level, such as a macro container. As is common practice in programming, therefore, various other tools have sprung up to abstract those low-level […]

 

Containers Are a Pile of Lies! Part One

by · February 1, 2018

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Containers are the hot technology these days. They make hosting more flexible and reliable. They make development environments easier to set up. They’re like lightweight VMs. And, based on the marketing they also taste great and are less filling. But, what are they, really?

 

Know Your Tools – February 2018

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Containers, Drupal + Symfony, Evaluating Tools, Onboarding, Application Encryption, Laravel Scout, and more

 

Back to the Drawing Board – March 2017

by · March 1, 2017

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The March issue of the magazine is ready for you to download. In this issue, we look at some server related technologies to keep your PHP application humming.

 

February 2016 – Workflow Powerups

by · February 1, 2016

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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 […]