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Man is what he eats

A top chef wouldn’t serve his customers second-rate food, so why should you settle for second-rate code?

Writing down step-by-step instructions for preparing a culinary dish is not a new concept. According to Wikipedia, the earliest known recipes date…

A quick look at Apache Hadoop

Cory Isaacson is our tour guide to the big data processing framework taking the industry by storm.

In the last issue I covered various categories of DBMS engines available today. This article will be the first in a short…

This month’s top events (August 5 – September 2)

A handpicked selection of some of the most exciting PHP events from around the world.

Northeast PHPAugust 16 – 18 // Cambridge, MA, USA // $200 Boston PHP, Atlantic Canada PHP, and Burlington, Vermont PHP user groups…

Open source spotlight: Git Pretty Stats

Meeting the people behind the most exciting homegrown OSS projects.

This month, we speak to Niklas Modess about Git Pretty Stats, which produces graphs for self-hosted Git repositories. WPM: Who’s behind Git…

Understanding Realtime PHP Apps

In the first of a two part series, Phil Leggetter looks at the insatiable appetite for lightning quick delivery and the difficulties encountered in the race to zero.

The popularity of applications such as Facebook, Twitter and Google+, and the increasing business value offered by products like Google Docs, Trello…

Getting Started with ToroPHP

A small, fast and minimal router for when you don’t need the overhead of a full-sized framework.

There’s no denying that there’s a plethora of PHP frameworks out there. From CakePHP to CodeIgniter to Symfony to Zend Framework; all…

Interview: Yehuda Katz

A major contributor to both jQuery and Rails, Yehuda Katz wants to change the way we develop websites once again with Ember.js.

Besides being a core team member of two of the most influential web frameworks of the past decade, Yehuda Katz has another…

Little Big Data

The data we see is a very small slice of the data we actually have. And how we choose to visualise it says everything. Ben Greenaway explains one approach to smarter data and a new class of visualization.

Look and feel is a hot topic once again, thanks mostly to Jony Ive’s polarising redesign of iOS 7 – but in…

A Brief Tour of Today’s DBMS Engines

Your data, whether big or small, needs a home: but with more choice in DBMS engines than ever before, it’s important to consider their strengths and weaknesses

As I have noted before, today there more great choices than ever when it comes to DBMS engines. In fact, many new…

Educating Children

When learning new tools and techniques, developers sometimes have more in common with children than first meets the eye

Being the father of three-year old twins, I like to call myself a scalability expert. Besides dealing with quite a few scalability…

Conference preview: PHP Conference Argentina

The web’s foremost experts come together in Buenos Aires for the first ever PHP Conference Argentina.

The Argentinian capital of Buenos Aires will be the home to the first ever PHP Conference Argentina, a large-scale community-run event taking…

Integrating Node.js with PHP

It may be in vogue, but is there a practical reason to adopt Node.js? Lee Boynton shows how it can be used to add a real-time news feed to your PHP site.

Node.js is a server-side solution for building applications in JavaScript which, in the few years it has been around, has already become quite popular. It is built on Chrome’s V8 JavaScript runtime, and it is especially well suited to building real-time websites with push capabilities thanks to its event-driven architecture whereby I/O calls are asynchronous.

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