Bruno Skvorc, Sep 27
A Year of SitePoint
After having spent a year as SitePoint's PHP editor, Bruno Skvorc reflects on it
Thien Tran Duy, Sep 26
How to Install Custom PHP Extensions on Heroku
Thien explains how you can install custom PHP extensions on Heroku - in this example, we install the Phalcon Framework
Bruno Skvorc, Sep 19
PhpStorm 8 Released - See What's New and Grab a Free License
This week marks the release of PhpStorm 8. Now that the day has finally come, Bruno Škvorc takes a look at what new features are included, and finish up with a giveaway of free licenses.
Bruno Skvorc, Sep 17
ZgPHP Conference 2014 - Free Entry
There's a conference coming up in Zagreb, Croatia, on October 2nd, called ZgPHP. It's one day, free and has a throng of awesome speakers. Are you coming?
George Fekete, Sep 12
18 Critical Oversights in Web Development
George Fekete expands on previous posts about common PHP mistakes by listing 18 critical oversights in PHP and general web development
Bruno Skvorc, Sep 11
PHP News You May Have Missed - August, September 2014
Bruno Skvorc recaps the PHP news from August and September you may have missed
Bruno Skvorc, Sep 09
The PHPSummerCamp is over - this is what we've seen and learned!
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 31
Welcoming New Authors – July, August 2014
Join us in welcoming our new authors to the fold - ten new brave souls joined the SitePoint author roster through July and August - time to get to know them
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 28
PHP 5.6.0. Released
Php 5.6 has been released. Learn what's new, how to upgrade and install it into your VMs, and what to do next to master it
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 23
Quick Tip: Install Zephir and Phalcon 2 on Vagrant
This quick tip will show you how to install Phalcon on a Homestead Improved instance, and will help you get a sample Phalcon app up and running
Bruno Skvorc, Aug 03
Legacy Code is a Cancer
Bruno Skvorc argues against legacy code in well established projects, stating that new versions should not only supersede older ones, but also kill them.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 29
PHP News You May Have Missed - July 2014
See what happened in the past couple of months in the PHP community - from name changes to new versions, there's something for everyone
Jeroen Meeus, Jul 26
MVC - a Problem or a Solution?
Design patterns help us write cleaner code that's easier to share, maintain and upgrade. But are they all used properly? One of the most abused ones is MVC.
Bruno Skvorc, Jul 20
7 More Mistakes Commonly Made by PHP Developers
Here are seven mistakes PHP developers often do - from wrong database drivers to too much transparency, read this list to find out what you shouldn't do
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 30
Welcoming New Authors - May, June 2014
Another round of new authors joined us in the past couple of months, and we're taking this opportunity to welcome them to the team! Care to join us?
Matthew Setter, Jun 27
Scaffolding an Application with Phalcon
Learn to use Phalcon to start your PHP application.
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 15
What You May Have Missed in PHP, June 2014
A short list of facts and news about the PHP world you may have missed over the past several weeks.
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 14
Announcing PHP Summer Camp
PHP Summer Camp is an annual hands-on workshop conference in Rovinj, Croatia, focusing on eZ Publish and Symfony2, taking place from September 3rd to 6th
Bruno Skvorc, Jun 07
PHP 5.6 End of Beta
PHP 5.6 released its last beta version - beta 4. Learn what's new and how you can help test it in this article!
Bruno Skvorc, May 30
Google's BigQuery Provides Free Access to GDELT
Google BigQuery now hosts GDELT - the world's largest dataset on human history - and it's free to use.
Bruno Skvorc, May 29
HHVM 3.1.0 Released
HHVM 3.1.0 was released and it's been brought significantly closer to PHP 5.6 in both extension support and planned 5.6 features.
Bruno Skvorc, May 25
PHP Fights HHVM and Zephir with PHPNG
What's PHPNG? Who's leading it and how does it stack up against HHVM and Zephir?
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 30
Welcoming New Authors: March / April 2014
We welcome new authors - recruits from March and April 2014. We don't care if you're pro or junior - as long as you have the desire to contribute.
Bruno Skvorc, Apr 29
HHVM and Hack on Heroku
Heroku, the Cloud App Platform, added HHVM support to their roster, including Hack.