IT certifications have long been touted as a ticket to job security and career advancement. Today, however, the cloud has fundamentally changed the nature of IT. It’s no longer about being an infrastructure expert or a code specialist. IT workers must adopt more versatile roles. Certifications still matter, but not in the way that they used to. […]
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September 25, 2013
September 25, 2013
Interested in updating your (or your team’s) skills? You’re probably already aware that Zend offers a full range of online training to help developers go deep on PHP and Zend Framework, including classes that lead to certification. But did you know that ZendCon attendees get special benefits available only to developers attending the conference? [ Read more HERE ]
September 4, 2013
Yard Internet Q&A for Zend Yard Internet is a Utrecht, Netherlands-based full-service Internet agency. Their team of 20+ employees offers consultancy, design, technical implementation, hosting and support. Data-driven dynamic websites comprise their main business; they build these sites mainly using software they built in house called Scrivo, which is now an open-source CMS project. Yard […]
August 23, 2013
Guest Post by Sharon Lee Levy, ZCE Intro During the past year, I have been giving a presentation whose title varies between “PHP: Numerics and Wizardry” and “PHP: Quirks, Gotchas & Wizardry” Both talks discuss among other topics, hexadecimal support in PHP. While it is true that the use cases for hexadecimals are less frequent […]
August 1, 2013
Follow Adam on Twitter at @adamculp and read his blog at GeekyBoy.com At ZendCon 2013 Adam will be presenting…. Clean Application Development (Turorial) Essential Git for Developers ZendCon 2013 Speakers, Join Adam and enter the 2013 Speaker Contest. Email Joe at Zend dot com to schedule YOUR interview !
March 29, 2011
This is the ZendCon 2010 session recording of “Improving QA on PHP Projects” by Michelangelo van Dam.
March 22, 2011
The recording of the ZendCon 2010 session "Best Practices in PHP Application Deployment" by Shahar Evron.
February 21, 2011
The ideas behind Continuous Integration have changed how companies look at Build Management, Release Management, Deployment Automation, and Test Orchestration. This session presents the best practices and available tools that provide an insight into the development progress and code quality throughout the development lifecycle of PHP-based software projects.
February 15, 2011
Mike Pavlak is a Solutions Consultant and IBM i Series expert. In this podcast Mike talks a little bit about where he's come from, the history of PHP on the i and, what I think is most interesting, what it is that PHP developers can learn from the "old-school" RPG developers and vice versa. Remember the quote "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it"? While programmers have a tendency to look forward to the brightness of the future there is a lot that can be learned by looking back at where we came from. And, surprise, it turns out that there's a lot we can learn from each other.
September 2, 2009
Get your PHP project done faster and save money by scaling it vertically with IBM Power Systems