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Progress has been happening at a furious pace on the Zend Framework to Laminas transition, with major changes still dropping even now.
Most recently, we decided to rename the subprojects. Apigility will become the Laminas API Tools, and Expressive will become Mezzio.
For more background, read the Zend by Perforce blog post.
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Become more productive with a clipboard manager As a developer, I find myself re-using the same strings I’ve copied over and over. Rather then putting those items in Notepad++ and then copying them again when I need them, I’ve found that a clipboard manager makes this much faster. I’ve been using Ditto for years. Windows 10 has a clipboard manager that came in 2019, just hit Windows + V. Visual Studio 2019 also has a clipboard ring history tool.
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Introduction to Kubernetes We have a lot of lunch and learns at Omnitech. I enjoy these times where most of the developers can get together, share what we’re learning, and learn from others’ experiences and hard work. We have found the value of helping each other leap frog up the learning ladder. I was able to go to NDC Minnesota 2019. I had the privilege of attending Shahid Iqbahl’s (from the U.
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Clean Architecture - the Software Way John and I are honored to present at SD Code Camp 2019. Here is our PowerPoint presentation. We’ve also written an article on the Omnitech Life site. A few highlights Sometimes you read or hear something impactful. When that happens we need to be able to share this with others. I felt that reading the Clean Architecture book by Uncle Bob Martin was one of those moments.
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Due to disorganization on my part, I accidentally booked php[world] 2019 to coincide with a family commitment.
After reviewing a variety of options, I let the organizers know last week that I could no longer attend. It's a situation I hate, because there's nobody to blame but me, and no matter what option I could come up with, somebody would end up disappointed or inconvenienced. For my part, my family had to come first.
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Continue reading Chef Server and the risks of depending on the open source community
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Fourteen years ago, almost to the day, I received a job offer from Zend to join their nascent eBiz team, where I started contributing almost immediately to the yet-to-be-announced Zend Framework. Two years later, I joined the Zend Framework team full-time. A year later, I was promoted to Architect. A year after that, I was promoted to Project Lead of Zend Framework, a role I kept for the next ten years.
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Continue reading Paranoid Defensive Programming
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Take Fastly's Terrarium to a new level by deploying from a local build.
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Continue reading Loving Docker as a Windows guy: August 2019
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