If you’ve read the PHP|Architect Magazine – March 2011 Edition, you have surely enjoyed the nice article by Jason Austin (a PHP developer from Raleigh, NC) titled “Good PHP help is hard to find“. Jason talks about ‘the why‘ and ‘the how‘ to distinguish yourself as a qualified PHP Professional from the crowd. And the […]
PHP releases have always been done spontaneously, in a somehow chaotic way. Individual(s) decided when a release will happen and what could or could fit in. Release managers role are unclear and the way to nominate them is not clearly defined either.
The goals of this RFC aim to solve these issues while giving to us, our users and 3rd parties (distributions, contributors, etc.) more visibility and the ability to actually have a roadmap, or plan developments…
Did You Read Twitter Was Hacked? It Was More Likely A Twitter Hack To Prevent Mike Melanson From Accepting Jesus !
Did You Read Twitter Was Hacked? It Was More Likely A Twitter Hack To Prevent Mike Melanson From Accepting @jesus ! This article presents the difference between a hack and been hacked.