Category Archives: Linked

PSF: Python trademark at risk in Europe: We need your help!

Please spread the word and help: Python trademark at risk in Europe: We need your help! – it’s easy to fight trademark issues if there is clear evidence – by many of us – what the name means for you … Continue reading

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How foreach actually works

How foreach actually works – PHP internals nicely explained by NikiC

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XPath – Lecture: XML Technologies (PDF)

Just found a nice PDF (Kudo @jens-erat /via) about XPath worth to share the link along: Xpath PDF – Lecture: XML Technologies Winter 2012/13 – Dr. Christian Grün Google PDF Preview shorturl in case your browser does not like to … Continue reading

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PHP Autoload Invalid Classname Injection

There are many ways to attack an application, many are working by injecting some malicious data hoping to trigger a deserved action in the end. Most of these are possible when input data is not properly sanitized. This can have … Continue reading

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EPL/GPL Commentary

EPL/GPL Commentary – Life at Eclipse (6 Apr 2010; by Mike Milinkovich)

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The Open-By-Rule Benchmark

The Open-By-Rule Benchmark

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PHP: Bug #63769 file:// protocol does not support percent-encoded characters

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Prepared Statements

In Programming With Anthony – Prepared Statements (by Anthony Ferrara; 12 Dec 2012) the author needs only two minutes and 17 seconds (Youtube Video) to explain *Prepared Statements*. Worth to watch. See as well the Playlist of Programming With Anthony … Continue reading

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Web3tracer a XHProf derived PHP Profiler / Tracer

“web3tracer is a PHP profiler / tracer derived from XHProf; it is a PHP module written in C allowing you to profile php scripts performance with minimum overhead.” License: LGPL 3.0 Read On: Pinba – Realtime Monitoring and Statistics Server … Continue reading

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Rich Hickey: Deconstructing the Database (Video, ca. 1h)

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Microcaching: Speed your app up 250x with no new code

Just a small link to the blog-post Microcaching: Speed your app up 250x with no new code which describes a concept on how to cache most-frequently pages of a webapp via an nginx reverse proxy for a rel. short time-frame … Continue reading

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PHP frameworks are obsolete; July 18th, 2012

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PHPStorm: WI-12547 Paste multiple commands into Command Line Tools Console

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IDEA/PHPStorm: IDEA-64024 Git submodules should be supported

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SaaS Threatens Open Source (by William Judd; 28 Jan 2011) – About AGPL, GPL and Cloud Computing.

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Choosing an ORM strategy (by Jimmy Bogard; 20 Jul 2012)

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wetter.com – Relaunch with symfony2, Assetic, Varnish and Twig (by Andreas Streichardt; 16 Mar 2012) – See also wetter.com case study on Symfony_live 2012 Paris held by Gaylord Aulke (held 7 Jun 2012).

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The Secure Programmer’s Pledge (by Anthony Ferrara; 16 Jul 2012)

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What PHP 5.5 might look like (by Nikita Popov; 10 Jul 2012)

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Where is your Vision Jeff?

In the The PHP Singularity no-one less than Jeff Atwood tried to put something on the Meta-Level I was yet not able to properly grasp. Some point he makes is clear to me, he does not want to do “Yet … Continue reading

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