I don’t know if you’ve been keeping up, but there’s not a lot of new coming down the pipe in PHP 7.2. Yeah, there is a good list of things that are being deprecated, and a change to allow for type widening, but compared to PHP 7.0 and PHP 7.2, PHP 7.2 is positively a yawner. This makes writing articles about the new hotness coming down the pipe a bit difficult.
It is time for the June 2017 PHP Community (coffee) Cup of Service award. This month it goes to someone who has been giving to PHP for more than 15 years, Ms. Sara Golemon. Sara: Is a regular speaker at PHP conferences worldwide An active core contributor One of the release managers of PHP 7.2 Please join us here at… Read more »
Since this is the very first “Michelangelo van Dam PHP Community (coffee) Cup of Service”, I spent a long time running through potential recipients. To set the tone for this award, I wanted someone who gives a lot back to our community. While there are a lot of worthy recipients that meet the criteria, the one that stood out to… Read more »
As a manager, it is your responsibility to take care of, maintain, and improve the developers under your care. If you are not regularly investing in keeping their skills sharp, you are doing a disservice to your developers, to your project, and to your company.
For the five of you who are living under a rock and haven’t heard, the dates for ZendCon 2017 have been announced and the ZendCon 2017 Call for Papers is open.
The new ZCE is here! As of February 13th, 2017, the new Zend Certified Engineer test is available. As with many things in life, it took a lot of effort to get the test updated but we are sure you will find it worth the wait. The new test now tests developers knowledge of PHP and programming concepts through PHP… Read more »
I know that everyone has already upgraded all their servers to PHP 7.1. However, on the off chance that you decided to spend the weekend away from a computer and are now wondering how you can catch up, here is a handy quick start guide for you.