Zend, Rightscale Partner in PHP Cloud Deal
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published April 21, 2011
The commercial PHP vendor Zend and cloud management firm RightScale ink a deal to promote PHP in the cloud.
Tags: open source, PHP, Zend, cloud computing, RightScale
Six Secrets of Open Source Community Building
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 04, 2010
Drupal founder and open source rock star Dries Buytaert tells all about how how he built the Drupal content management system community from his dorm room to a $20 million plus software company used by Fortune 500 companies.
Tags: open source, PHP, Linux, open source software, community
Zend Updates PHP IDE, Framework for the Cloud
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published November 02, 2010
Zend Studio 8 and Framework 1.11 debut, bringing PHP development closer to the cloud and mobile developers.
Tags: open source, PHP, Zend, Linux, developers
Open Source Zend Embraces the Cloud
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published October 01, 2010
Zend is boosting its cloud development efforts with a variety of new initiatives.
Tags: open source, PHP, Zend, developer, cloud computing
Tech Job Openings: PHP, MySQL, Linux
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published August 11, 2009
eLance, a contractor Web site, released its list of skills most sought after by employers. Among the hot tech skills: optimizing Web sites for Google.
Tags: PHP, MySQL, Linux, Google, search
PHP Developers Get New Zend Tools
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published May 03, 2009
To better integrate PHP with cloud computing, Zend Framework 1.8 expands the PHP framework to work with Amazon's EC2.
Tags: open source, PHP, middleware, services
Geek Hero Comic: "Agile Development Explained"
By Salvatore Iovene | Article Published February 24, 2009
The term 'agile development' has a number of meanings, depending on who's defining it.
Tags: PHP, developer, development, 2009
Geek Hero Comic: "Randie Goes on a Date"
By Salvatore Iovene | Article Published February 16, 2009
Some dates are more real than others.
Tags: open source, PHP, developer, tech comics
Go Beyond the Technical Interview Acid Test
By Drew Robb | Article Published January 19, 2009
The key to acing -- not just surviving -- the technical interview isn't so much what you know but how you convey it.
Tags: PHP, services, IT, technology
Synch Up With Rsynch for Quick-Restore Backup
By Juliet Kemp | Article Published November 05, 2008
Offsite backup and historical backup have their place, and their limitations. When it comes to rapid access to backed-up data in the event of a major disk crash, an instant slot-in replacement is needed, and rsync is well set for the task.
Tags: PHP, data, server, IT, backup
Working with Even More Functions in Excel
By Helen Bradley | Article Published October 29, 2008
Helen Bradley shows how to unleash the power of functions in Excel spreadsheets to increase your efficiency.
Tags: PHP, data, image, IT, Cell
Setting Password Policy With PAM
By Juliet Kemp | Article Published September 17, 2008
Tip of the Trade: Establishing a good password policy from the start is just as critical to security as testing the strength of passwords already in use. The PAM module pam_cracklib can enforce both length and complexity.
Tags: PHP, security, IT, policy
Tip of the Trade: Linux Easter Egg Fun
By Carla Schroder | Article Published July 02, 2008
All work and no play is dull, so let's have some summer fun with apt, cowsay and more.
Tags: PHP, Linux, IT, desktop
Tip of the Trade: Assign Multiple Addresses to a Network Interface
By Carla Schroder | Article Published June 18, 2008
Still using ifconfig and route commands? Today's network environments require functionality beyond their capabilities. Consider using the ip command, which is part of the iproute2 suite of TCP/IP networking utilities, and is trying to muscle in.
Tags: .NET, PHP, server, networking, IT