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Stephan

Migrating from SVN to GIT

A decision made A couple of months ago we started the process of moving our SVN repositories to GIT. Consequently, we made the decision to move all of our SVN repositories to GIT. Looking at the initial SVN to GIT process, we had a few stumbling blocks. Finally, what we went with is the awesome […]

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Is the technology stack too complicated?

The discussion begins Yesterday I had a discussion with my CTO and it came up that the technology stack we use. It seems that it is too complicated for the our team of developers. The reason it seems this way is because when the project managers and account managers come to the team, most seem […]

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Starting OOP in PHP, Part 2

In the first part, we discussed the bare basics of what a class is in PHP and how visibility works. In this part, we will be covering the some “magic” methods and inheritance. After the article, you should have enough to get you up and running with object orientated programming in PHP. Magic in the […]

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Starting OOP in PHP

By doing a quick search in the mighty Google Search for “PHP OOP”, you get a ton of results. There are the good ones and the bad ones as always, and hopefully one day, this one. I will also be covering the real basics of OOP in PHP, for me, to recap, and hopefully for […]

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Source Control Revisited

In a previous post, I wrote about how we are doing our source control at work. Still on svn, we are now trying to keep the database and associated documents of a project in one repo as well. This meant that we had to rethink the structure and the workflow of projects a bit. The […]

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SVN – how we do it

This is a post regarding how svn is being used at my workplace. First, some background and the reason we moved to this format. I was working on a project and I had everything checked in on svn in the trunk and things were going great. Then another developer started working on some new development […]

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Zend framework, my framework of choice

So in my works of php projects, I have coded from scratch, from other peoples work and from open-source projects. I have also tried codeignitor as well as cake for frameworks for starting projects. Then I installed Zend Framework and all I can say is wow, nice. The thing that I like about ZF is […]

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