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PHP 5.3 finally released

Finally it happened: PHP 5.3 was released. It was a long awaited release, as it brings many improvements and features together with over 140 bug fixes. It's almost like PHP 6 but without full Unicode support. In this post I will present the…

NetBeans 6.7 and PHP/Symfony - a perfect couple

Do you know the feeling when you look at your screen waiting for the project to build its workspace for hours or when you have to search the whole project in order to find a simple function ? If you do I recommend trying NetBeans as your primary…
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PHP Standards Initiative

During this year's php|tek conference in Chicago a spontaneous meeting about PHP standards took place. It was organized by a group of people usually working on a couple of important PHP projects like Zend Framework, PEAR, Solar, Agavi, CakePHP,…
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Book review: php|architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns

Design patterns are technology independent but the way of implementation can vary based on the programming language that is used. The book "php|architect's Guide to PHP Design Patterns" by Jason Sweat presents some of the design patterns which…

Insecure Polish goverment's sites

After a few simple queries in Google I have to conclude that Polish government sites aren't secure enough. We can easily use "Google Hacking" to access a range of  information about server paths, databases configurations etc. Because of my…
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One more look at the first 4developers conference

4developers conference aims to become the biggest conference for developers in Poland. That's why four independent paths where available to choose from: Java, IT Project Management, .NET & C# and last but not least - Dedicated Languages.…
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