KC PUG is looking for feedback from it’s members. If you are reading this message, THAT’s YOU!
Please take a few moments and fill out this great survey John put together for us. It’s only one page– 10 simple questions–that will help us get a better understanding of what our PHP Development community is looking for.
Brian Geraghty gave a great, in-depth talk on techniques you can use while developing your software to improve it’s security. These aren’t just the “usual” linup either. Personally, I’ve used his trim($s) === ” trick at least a dozen times since I saw this. Be sure to check it out if you missed it, and check his “Part 2” in September!
In a recent blog post, KC PUG member Bryan Geraghty examines why he chooses PHP to develop applications. Bryan’s examination takes his security-focused perspective into account, and explores some ideas not commonly seen elsewhere.
Most people who actively work with PHP every day rarely confine themselves to just PHP.
PHP Developers have access to a nearly dizzying array of tools, packages, language features, QA tools and countless frameworks and styles to develop with. In this Tour of the PHP Ecosystem, long time PHP enthusiast Dan Holmes will attempt to highlight many of the projects and developments that have come of age in recent years.
Whether you have long settled on one particular style or framework for development, or just looking at PHP for the first time, we are sure you will spot something fresh you hadn’t seen before.