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Brian Swan's Blog: Running WordPress on SQL Server
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 15:56 | 317 accesari

In a new post to his MSDN blog Brian Swan looks at how you can run WordPress on SQL Server:

In any case, the cat is out of the bag with this new blog: WordPress on Microsoft. Now, you might ask why the BLEEP is Microsoft doing this? But that is answered here: Why the BLEEP is Microsoft doing this? You might also ask how is Microsoft doing this? The answer to that question is here: WordPress on SQL Server: Architecture and Design. Finally, you might ask how do I do this? Again, the answer is here: Installing WordPress on SQL Server. (These guys seem to have all their b
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Paul Jones' Blog: How Complex Systems Fail
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 14:27 | 320 accesari

Paul Jones points out a paper from Richard Cook, How Complex Systems Fail [pdf], and mentions how a lot of the points can directly correlate with programming in general.

The paper How Complex Systems Fail by Richard Cook should be required reading for anyone in programming or operations. Hell, it should be required reading for most everyone. You should read the whole paper (it's very short at under five pages).

He lists out some of the key points made in the paper including that complex systems can both be helped and harmed by the inclusion of humans in the mix and that, when things change, it opens the door for a whole new kind of failure

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Paul Jones' Blog: How Complex Systems Fail
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 14:27 | 280 accesari

Paul Jones points out a paper from Richard Cook, How Complex Systems Fail [pdf], and mentions how a lot of the points can directly correlate with programming in general.

The paper How Complex Systems Fail by Richard Cook should be required reading for anyone in programming or operations. Hell, it should be required reading for most everyone. You should read the whole paper (it's very short at under five pages).

He lists out some of the key points made in the paper including that complex systems can both be helped and harmed by the inclusion of humans in the mix and that, when things change, it opens the door for a whole new kind of failure

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Michelangelo van Dam's Blog: Book review: Expert PHP 5 Tools
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 13:06 | 263 accesari

In a new post to his blog today Michelangelo van Dam has posted his review of a PHP-related book from Packt Publishing - "Expert PHP 5 Tools".

Expert PHP 5 Tools is a new book from Packt Publishing written by Dirk Merkel. In 10 chapters Dirk introduces the reader with several PHP tools that will improve development processes and quality of code from a single developer or a team of developers. From simply syntax checking and code validation to automated testing and deploying,
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Michelangelo van Dam's Blog: Book review: Expert PHP 5 Tools
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 13:06 | 249 accesari

In a new post to his blog today Michelangelo van Dam has posted his review of a PHP-related book from Packt Publishing - "Expert PHP 5 Tools".

Expert PHP 5 Tools is a new book from Packt Publishing written by Dirk Merkel. In 10 chapters Dirk introduces the reader with several PHP tools that will improve development processes and quality of code from a single developer or a team of developers. From simply syntax checking and code validation to automated testing and deploying,
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Site News: Blast from the Past - One Year Ago in PHP
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 7:06 | 327 accesari

Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:
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Site News: Blast from the Past - One Year Ago in PHP
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Joi 13 Mai 2010 7:06 | 550 accesari

Here's what was popular in the PHP community one year ago today:
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Daniel Cousineau's Blog: Netbeans Code Completion and your Zend_View
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 13:02 | 265 accesari

Daniel Cousineau has posted a quick tip for Netbeans users that are working with the Zend Framework. The tip involves code completion support in your Zend_View instances.

If you're using Zend Framework and NetBeans, you may be like me and bemoaning the lack of code completion in your Zend Views. As you may know, essentially what Zend_View does is includes your view within a method that belongs to a Zend_View object. This gives your view some nice variable encapsulation as well as access to the $this object (which is how Zend_View provides access to all the ViewHelpers and other functions). Unfortunately NetBeans can't figures this out (such is the problem with static analysis on a dynamic language) without help.

Thanks to a tip from another site he found out that all it takes is

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Daniel Cousineau's Blog: Netbeans Code Completion and your Zend_View
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 13:02 | 337 accesari

Daniel Cousineau has posted a quick tip for Netbeans users that are working with the Zend Framework. The tip involves code completion support in your Zend_View instances.

If you're using Zend Framework and NetBeans, you may be like me and bemoaning the lack of code completion in your Zend Views. As you may know, essentially what Zend_View does is includes your view within a method that belongs to a Zend_View object. This gives your view some nice variable encapsulation as well as access to the $this object (which is how Zend_View provides access to all the ViewHelpers and other functions). Unfortunately NetBeans can't figures this out (such is the problem with static analysis on a dynamic language) without help.

Thanks to a tip from another site he found out that all it takes is

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Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 12:47 | 307 accesari

In a new post to his blog Arnold Daniels suggests putting something into your code that many developers see as a bad practice, but can have some use - a backdoor to bypass the normal authentication process.

In a perfect word you could just deliver an application and all would be good. However in the real world there are unforeseen issues which need to be solved. This means that you as a developer will need access to the application. To reproduce the problem, you usually want to run the application logged in as the user that spotted the issue.

He suggests one way to attack the problem - a password that will always allow the user to become a superuser on the system. This can be difficult to maintain so he recommends another approach using private and public keys and the OpenSSL extension for PHP to handle the authentication as passed in a
Citeste mai mult | Comentarii (0) | Salveaza | Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP la Digg.com 

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Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 12:47 | 392 accesari

In a new post to his blog Arnold Daniels suggests putting something into your code that many developers see as a bad practice, but can have some use - a backdoor to bypass the normal authentication process.

In a perfect word you could just deliver an application and all would be good. However in the real world there are unforeseen issues which need to be solved. This means that you as a developer will need access to the application. To reproduce the problem, you usually want to run the application logged in as the user that spotted the issue.

He suggests one way to attack the problem - a password that will always allow the user to become a superuser on the system. This can be difficult to maintain so he recommends another approach using private and public keys and the OpenSSL extension for PHP to handle the authentication as passed in a
Citeste mai mult | Comentarii (0) | Salveaza | Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP Arnold Daniels' Blog: A secure backdoor for PHP la Digg.com 

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Zend Developer Zone: Technology Preview of the SimpleCloud API
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 11:24 | 289 accesari

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new post from Matthew Weier O'Phinney with information about the latest release of the SimpleCloud API from Zend.

It's been over six months since the initial code release of the SimpleCloud API, and the code has come a long way since then: thanks to the efforts of Stas, Wil, and our partners, we now have a solid, well-tested, documented code base that shows off integration with Amazon, Windows Azure, and Nirvanix.

You can dowload the latest release here but keep in mind that the API has the possibility to change since this release isn't a final version. Bugs that are found can be entered into the bug tracker.

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Zend Developer Zone: Technology Preview of the SimpleCloud API
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 11:24 | 286 accesari

On the Zend Developer Zone today there's a new post from Matthew Weier O'Phinney with information about the latest release of the SimpleCloud API from Zend.

It's been over six months since the initial code release of the SimpleCloud API, and the code has come a long way since then: thanks to the efforts of Stas, Wil, and our partners, we now have a solid, well-tested, documented code base that shows off integration with Amazon, Windows Azure, and Nirvanix.

You can dowload the latest release here but keep in mind that the API has the possibility to change since this release isn't a final version. Bugs that are found can be entered into the bug tracker.

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nWire for PHP 1.3 Released: Accelerated PHP Code Exploration
Sursa: http://www.zend.com | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 10:42 | 305 accesari

nWire for PHP was released about 6 months ago and it is already an indispensable tool for many professional PHP developers. nWire adds PHP code analysis and exploration capabilities to Eclipse PDT and Zend Studio. The new release improves one major area: performance. The results are radical.
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NETTUTS.com: Introducing WordPress 3 Custom Taxonomies
Sursa: http://www.phpdeveloper.org | Miercuri 12 Mai 2010 10:42 | 265 accesari

On NETTUTS.com there's a new tutorial that talks about a feature of the upcoming WordPress release (3.0) - taxonomies - and how to create custom ones for your installation.

WordPress 3 fills in a number of important gaps towards being a serious content management system. The easy-to-use custom taxonomies function gives site designers some powerful tools for building a good information architecture. Learn what taxonomies are, why they're useful, and how to use them in today's tutorial!

Taxonomies are ways to classify things and can be considered attributes about an object. In the case of WordPress, the only taxonomy that's been available has been the "Category" selection for each post. With this new functionality, it gives you even greater control over the cla

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