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Loïc Faugeron:
Mars Rover, Locating moving
Oct 13, 2016 @ 09:44:59

Loïc Faugeron has posted the latest in his "Mars Rover" tutorial series to his site today. In this new post he migrates some previously created objects over into their own package to help with reporting back the rover's location.

In this series we're building the software of a Mars Rover, according to the following specifications. It allows us to practice the followings: Monolithic Repositories (MonoRepo), Command / Query Responsibility Segregation (CQRS), Event Sourcing (ES) and Test Driven Development (TDD)

We've already developed the first use case about landing the rover on mars, and the second one about driving it. We're now developing the last one, requesting its location. In this article we're going to move geolocation value objects (Location, Coordinates and Orientation) into their new package (geolocation).

He then moves over the files relating to these objects into the "Geolocation" directory and fixed the namespace to reflect the update. Tests are all still passing so he moves over to the "navigation" package and fixes a few places in the tests where these objects were mentioned (doing the same for the "orientation" handling). This finishes out the series with a complete set of classes and objects reflecting the requirements. He summarises the work that was done, how the resulting code is structured and the major role that the phpspec testing played in the whole process.

tagged: mars rover tutorial series location moving event eventsourcing commandbus phpspec

Link: https://gnugat.github.io/2016/10/12/mars-rover-locating-moving.html

Aaron Wormus' Blog:
WS02 at Zend Conf
Aug 30, 2006 @ 07:29:51

Aaron Wormus has a new note on his blog today about his presentation at this year's Zend/PHP Conference & Expo and another speaker he's excited to hear.

One of the Zend conference sessions that I'm pretty excited about is Don Samisa Abeysinghe's (of WSO2) "Fully Fletched Web Services with PHP".

I'll be presenting a session on "Moving to PHP5 with Style." This tutorial/case study will be based on experience in transitioning several codebases from PHP4 to PHP5, creating unit tests & started a move towards a service based architecture without a complete platform rewrite.

Aaron's talk fits under the banner of the "PHP Development" talks, including others on topics like hosting PHP applications on Windows, working with PDO, unicoding in PHP6, and using PHPUnit.

tagged: wso2 zendcon2006 talk moving php5 development wso2 zendcon2006 talk moving php5 development

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Aaron Wormus' Blog:
WS02 at Zend Conf
Aug 30, 2006 @ 07:29:51

Aaron Wormus has a new note on his blog today about his presentation at this year's Zend/PHP Conference & Expo and another speaker he's excited to hear.

One of the Zend conference sessions that I'm pretty excited about is Don Samisa Abeysinghe's (of WSO2) "Fully Fletched Web Services with PHP".

I'll be presenting a session on "Moving to PHP5 with Style." This tutorial/case study will be based on experience in transitioning several codebases from PHP4 to PHP5, creating unit tests & started a move towards a service based architecture without a complete platform rewrite.

Aaron's talk fits under the banner of the "PHP Development" talks, including others on topics like hosting PHP applications on Windows, working with PDO, unicoding in PHP6, and using PHPUnit.

tagged: wso2 zendcon2006 talk moving php5 development wso2 zendcon2006 talk moving php5 development

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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
Moving Forward
May 17, 2006 @ 12:00:33

Mike Naberezny has both sent an email to the Zend Framework list and posted here a notice that he will be leaving Zend as of next week.

You've probably noticed that there are some new Zenders on the mailing lists. During the next week, they'll begin to take over my day-to-day responsibilities such as administering the SVN accounts. Andi will be sending out a note with more information. For those of you that work with me closely, I'll be sending individual notes letting you know who to contact. Of course, please feel free to email me yourself if you have a specific question.

Mike has been one of the key developers for the Zend Framework from day one, and I know the project will be sad to see him go. He has nothing but a positive outlook for the Framework, and high hopes for his future as an independant contractor. Best of luck, Mike - you will be missed on the project.

tagged: zend framework developer moving forward resign zend framework developer moving forward resign

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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
Moving Forward
May 17, 2006 @ 12:00:33

Mike Naberezny has both sent an email to the Zend Framework list and posted here a notice that he will be leaving Zend as of next week.

You've probably noticed that there are some new Zenders on the mailing lists. During the next week, they'll begin to take over my day-to-day responsibilities such as administering the SVN accounts. Andi will be sending out a note with more information. For those of you that work with me closely, I'll be sending individual notes letting you know who to contact. Of course, please feel free to email me yourself if you have a specific question.

Mike has been one of the key developers for the Zend Framework from day one, and I know the project will be sad to see him go. He has nothing but a positive outlook for the Framework, and high hopes for his future as an independant contractor. Best of luck, Mike - you will be missed on the project.

tagged: zend framework developer moving forward resign zend framework developer moving forward resign

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Blog.php-tools.net:
patTemplate tag reference
Mar 02, 2006 @ 06:23:11

In this quick post over on the main site for the patTemplate project, they want to let everyone know that the project is alive and well.

This is just a quick note to let you know, that our project has not died. We are currently in the process of moving all available documentation from our website to the Trac installations we will be using to maintain our projects.

While moving the exsiting documentation, I also added a new page, which contains a tag reference for patTemplate.

The reference gives, in detail, what each tag is for, an example of its usage, and some of the attributes that you can use with it. The five main tags are covered - tmpl, sub, link, var, and comment.

tagged: pattemplate tag reference moving documentation pattemplate tag reference moving documentation

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Blog.php-tools.net:
patTemplate tag reference
Mar 02, 2006 @ 06:23:11

In this quick post over on the main site for the patTemplate project, they want to let everyone know that the project is alive and well.

This is just a quick note to let you know, that our project has not died. We are currently in the process of moving all available documentation from our website to the Trac installations we will be using to maintain our projects.

While moving the exsiting documentation, I also added a new page, which contains a tag reference for patTemplate.

The reference gives, in detail, what each tag is for, an example of its usage, and some of the attributes that you can use with it. The five main tags are covered - tmpl, sub, link, var, and comment.

tagged: pattemplate tag reference moving documentation pattemplate tag reference moving documentation

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