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Tag Archives: phpcloud.com
April 10, 2012
Kevin Schroeder, Zend’s resident musician and Product Evangelist, recently recorded a screencast on how to use Zend Server’s event monitoring. While he did not score the video with music from his upcoming album, it’s still an interesting watch. If you’ve not played with event monitoring in Zend Server, invest 2:49 to check it out. You may find something you like.
March 29, 2012
If you are curious about phpcloud, Zend Server, Zend Studio and how they all work together to make life easier for PHP developers, I’ve got a treat for you. Zend’s own Ed Kietlinski spoke recently at NYPHP and they recorded the presentation. set your cellphones on vibrate and click on in.
February 29, 2012
php|architect has released their 2012 nominees for their second annual Impact Awards and phpcloud.com has been nominated in the category of “Best Cloud Platform”. Click on in, I’ve got full instructions for stuffing the ballot box.
February 23, 2012
“Where better to host your next Facebook app than on phpcloud.com.” If this thought has ever gone through your mind (or if you’ve ever been curious about how to get setup on phpcloud.com) I’ve got a treat for you. Click on in, I’ve got the low down on a great HOWTO written by my friend, Roy Ganor.
January 30, 2012
Here at Zend we get a lot of good press for our products. We don’t want to turn DevZone into just a feed for those that write cool things about us, but some of these are helpful if you are considering using our products. So instead of flooding your feed with individual articles about how great the products are, occasionally we’ll post a roundup. That way they won’t get in your way, but there are here when you need them.
December 22, 2011
Got your beta invite to phpcloud.com but not sure where to start. Read on, we’ll take a look at the concepts involved and the staps to take to not only get up and running quickly but to be productive in this interesting tool.