Only a few more days until PHP UK Conference 2009! I am looking forward to it a lot. As I do with most conferences, I make my own schedule up front of what I want to see (no guarantee I'll end up seeing those talks of course).
posted on February 23, 2009 - 3 comment(s) - tags: conference, phpuk2009, php
Zend released a new web application server product earlier this week called Zend Server. Curious as I am, I'm going to have a quick look into it here.
posted on February 20, 2009 - 9 comment(s) - tags: zend, zend server, php
phpUnderControl is a continuous integration setup for automatically running certain tasks on a project such as testing, documentation building, code sniffing and more. It is based on CruiseControl and uses PHPUnit by default. The default symfony unit testing framework is not PHPUnit, so it was time to enable continuous integration for that.
posted on February 8, 2009 - 1 comment(s) - tags: continuous integration, symfony, php, lime, phpunit, symfonyUnderControlPlugin, phpUnderControl, ibuildings
Last year the PHP TestFest was a huge success. Both the full international initiative and our dutch contribution. This year's TestFest has been announced and it promises to be even bigger than last year. Let's get that code coverage up into the far 90%!
posted on February 4, 2009 - 0 comment(s) - tags: php, testfest
Yesterday the phpBB.com server got hacked. People who, like me, were there back in the days of phpBB2 will be reminded of the security flaws found in the software back then. However, this was not the cause of this hack. It was an unpatched version of another PHP package that caused the hack, which exposed amongst other things the full user database and several server passwords.
posted on February 2, 2009 - 0 comment(s) - tags: php, security, hack, phpbb