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Symfony Blog:
SymfonyCon Madrid 2014 Entire speaker line up revealed!
October 23, 2014 @ 12:56:41

In this latest announcement on the Symfony blog they've announced the release of the full schedule for the upcoming SymfonyCon Madrid 2014 (happening near the end of November). The lineup includes:

  • "Growing and managing communities for large Open Source projects" by Jen Lampton
  • "Life After Assetic: State of the Art Symfony 2 Frontend Dev" by Michelle Sanver
  • "Feature Flags with Symfony" by Benjamin Eberlei
  • "The Twelve-Factor App: Best Practices for PHP on Platforms-as-a-Service" by David Zuelke
  • "Implementing data synchronization API for mobile apps with Silex" by Michele Orselli

The event will also include a keynote from Fabien Potencier and close with a look at profiling in PHP from the same. You can find out more about the conference and pick up your own tickets on the main conference site.

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Link: http://symfony.com/blog/symfonycon-madrid-2014-entire-speaker-line-up-revealed

(IN)Secure Magazine:
Issue #8 Released
September 01, 2006 @ 03:54:52

Issue #8 of the (IN)Secure Magazine has been posted today and includes articles like:
  • Payment Card Industry demystified
  • Computer forensics vs. electronic evidence
  • SSH port forwarding - security from two perspectives, part two
  • Airscanner vulnerability summary: Windows Mobile security software fails the test
  • Introducing the MySQL Sandbox

Check out insecuremag.com for more or just download the issue directly.

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php|architect:
May 2006 Issue Released
May 26, 2006 @ 11:56:48

The latest edition of php|architect magaizne has been published - the May 2006 Issue.

Featured in this month's edition are articles covering:

  • database design
  • PHP clustering on linux
  • the use of the PEAR installer
And, of course, the cover article - a look at the XMLWriter package written by Rob Richards.

If you're not already a subscriber, there's two ways you can get in on all of the great PHP content the magazine has to offer. You can either purchase this single issue (for $3.49USD in PDF form) or you can just buy a yearly subscription for around $8.50 USD.

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Community News:
PHP 5.1.3RC2 Released
March 31, 2006 @ 07:11:25

In this quick note from DynamicWebPages today, there's information about the posting of the latest release candidate for the PHP 5.1.3 series by Ilia - PHP 5.1.3RC2.

This is the last release candidate before the final version is (planned to be) released this coming Thursday, April 6th. Any and all help is appreciated in testing this release, so take a quick trip to Ilia's page to grab the source, and for those on Windows, the latest binaries.

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Community News:
Zend Framework Preview 0.1.2 Released
March 08, 2006 @ 11:40:11

Hot on the heels of the original Preview Release of their framework, Zend has released their latest version - Zend Framework Preview 0.1.2.

Not even a week past our initial release and we have already updated the preview thanks to many great emails and especially our growing community on the mailing list. This release includes bug fixes, the unit test suite, and additional documentation.

The response from the our first release was overwhelmingly positive and we're upgrading our servers to cover the demand so we can open the Subversion repository shortly -- we expected the demand to be high but it exceeded even our expectations. The response from the community has been amazing with several new contributors signing on to submit code and new proposals on the table. This will be the first of many frequent updates on the road to 1.0. Please see the changelog included with the new download and enjoy the release!

Some improvements that have been made in this latest release include:

  • the inclusion of a unit test suite
  • documentation for the Zend_controller
  • updates to the coding standards
  • fixes to the Zend_Filter methods
  • and several others...

You can download this latest release from the Zend Framework site. You can also check out this post on Mike Naberezny's blog for more info.

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Greg Beaver's Blog:
PEAR 1.4.7 Released
February 27, 2006 @ 18:59:51

On Greg Beaver's blog today, there's an announcement about the release of the latest version of PEAR - version 1.4.7.

PEAR version 1.4.7 has been released at pear.php.net, this is a recommended upgrade for all folks. Particularly important is anyone who is trying to do RPM packaging using the --packagingroot option (remember --installroot is for people who wish to create a workable version of PEAR in the installroot directory, --packagingroot is for those who wish to create a fake installation for RPM purposes). Also, Tim Jackson's PEAR_Command_Packaging package has been introduced to solve the issues in the makerpm command, and we welcome both Bertand Gugger and Tim Jackson as helpers to the PEAR package itself.

Other updates include the implementation of a --CLEAN-section in .phpt files, run-tests for PHPUnit-based tests, and loads of bug fixes. Check out this latest update and all of the new features over on the PEAR website...

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PHP Magazine:
January 2006 Issue Released (01.2006)
January 10, 2006 @ 08:01:35

The latest edition of the International PHP Magazine has been released today - January (01.2006), the first edition of the new year.

Some of the articles inside in this edition include:

  • Barry McKay's look at OOP PHP in Business
  • a new edition of Marcus Whitney's "PHP5 Tried For You"
  • Elizabeth Naramore talking a bit about "PHP From the Shop Floor", talking to two inovators that use PHP to track the Earth's environment
  • Robert Peake spends some more time looking at patters in PHP
  • and much, much more...

You can check out the complete table of contents for all the information, and, of course, you can subscribe to the magazine to get your PDF copy today! The subscription price is 42 Euro (about $50 USD) and the single issues run 4 Euro (about $5 USD) and all are delivered in PDF format to give you quicker access to the information you want...

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PHP.net:
PHP 5.1.0 Released!
November 24, 2005 @ 18:23:55

From the main PHP site today, there's the announcement of the release of PHP 5.1.0.

The PHP development team is proud to announce the release of PHP 5.1.0.

Some of the key features of PHP 5.1.0 include: A complete rewrite of date handling code, with improved timezone support, Significant performance improvements compared to PHP 5.0.X., PDO extension is now enabled by default, Over 30 new functions in various extensions and built-in functionality, Bundled libraries, PCRE and SQLite upgraded to latest versions, Over 400 various bug fixes and PEAR upgraded to version 1.4.5

In addition to new features, this release includes a number of important security fixes and we recommend that all users of PHP 5.0 and early adopters of PHP 5.1 betas upgrade to this release as soon as possible. The complete details about all of the changes can be found in the PHP 5 ChangeLog and an upgrading guide is available as well.

So, what are you waiting for? Go grab the latest download now!

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