SymfonyLive Berlin and SymfonyCon Warsaw talks are available on SensioLabs YouTube channel - Symfony
Published January 23rd, 2014 under #symfony2 #symfony_live #talks (0 notes)
ga-beacon | Google Analytics collector-as-a-service for GitHub (and others)
Published January 2nd, 2014 under #analytics #github (0 notes)
Published December 20th, 2013 under #git #log (5 notes)
TJ Holowaychuk featured a pretty git log alias, taking advantage of
git log --pretty. I am now rocking:
alias glog="git log --format='%Cgreen%h%Creset %C(cyan)%an%Creset - %s' --graph"
PHP under the hood // Speaker Deck
Published December 19th, 2013 under #php #presentation #speakerdeck #internals #compiler (0 notes)
Today, I uploaded my very first presentation on speakerdeck. Feedback welcome. Enjoy ;)
Stop Telling Stories
Published December 18th, 2013 under #agile #scrum #dzone (0 notes)
„Always keep in mind that debugging consumes more time than programming.“
Published December 17th, 2013 under #programming #quotes (4 notes)
SensioLabs raises 5 million euros to boost the Symfony ecosystem
Published December 16th, 2013 under #php #symfony2 #fundrasing (1 note)
A new blogpost from Fabien Potencier appeared, in which he announces that SensioLabs got $7’000’000 by fund raising to boost the Symfony Ecosystem.
SensioLabs, creator of the Symfony PHP framework, announces the closing of a $7 million $ financing round from leader CM-CIC Private Capital. These funds will enable the company, co-founded by Fabien Potencier and Gregory Pascal, to accelerate its international growth and continue its PHP language tool development.
And today, I’m really excited to announce that SensioLabs just raised 5 million euros (about 7 million dollars) to boost Symfony and its ecosystem.
Published December 10th, 2013 under #symfony2 #php #framework (0 notes)
Symfony 2.4 was recently released. So? New version of a popular web framework… But many people asked me what will change in 2.4 and why an upgrade makes sense. I want to say a few words about the new, awsome things released in 2.4 and how to use them.
Probably one of the biggest and most awaited features is the expression engine, which allows a developer to write functional expressions in many different places. It’s a handy feature, especially for configs which should make a decision based on many different indicators, for example access control:
allow_if: "'127.0.0.1' == request.getClientIp() or has_role('ROLE_ADMIN')"
This shows how to define access privileges by expression in the security.yml configuration. But thats not all.
„Close enough to a solution“
Published November 8th, 2013 under #php #symfony_summit (0 notes)
„Code Isn’t Just Functional, It’s Poetic“
— Jonathan Keats
Published September 21st, 2013 under #quotes #coding #poetry (2 notes)
New in Symfony 2.4: Restrict Security Firewalls to specific Hosts - Symfony
Published September 21st, 2013 under #php #symfony2 #security #firewall (0 notes)
Symfony 2.2 introduced host support in the routing system. Symfony 2.4 does the same for the security firewall configuration.
Published September 13th, 2013 (6 notes)
How heavy is Silex?
Published September 3rd, 2013 under #php #silex #symfony2 #performance #framework (0 notes)
@igorwesome, core-commiter of Silex, bloggs about the ‘Micro-Framework’ buzzword and - in fact - how heavy silex is.
Quite often silex has been described as heavy or bloated. It’s time to put this myth to rest.
Themestrap Bootstrap 3 Theme Gallery
Published August 5th, 2013 under #css #bootstrap #wedesign (0 notes)
Themestrap is a simple theme foundation for Bootstrap. This page is a gallery of the themes people have built with it!
Published July 19th, 2013 under #php #certified #zend (0 notes)
Today, I passed the ZCE 5.3 exam. Thanks for the support @ymc_ch and all my friends. I’m going on holiday now. See you in a week ;)