Last week I was in Las Vegas for Zendcon. I had the pleasure of catching up with my buddy Christian Wenz. Christian lives in Munich and he co-owns Arrabiata Solutions. He’s also a consultant and focuses mainly on the web
On December 17th 2015 I’ll be presenting my “PHP Projects Beyond the LAMP Stack” talk at Nomad PHP. Nomad PHP? What is Nomad PHP you might ask? Well … it’s an online PHP user group for people who have no local
Yes, that’s right, another video interview. This one was recorded on October 4th in Manchester when I was at PHP North West Conference 2015. One of my favorite European community conferences. My special guest is the organizer of this very
A new week, a new episode of my videoblog/podcast. I recorded this one in a hotel room in Manchester a couple of weeks ago while I was at the PHP North West 2015 conference. My guests for this episode are
I was at Drupalcon in Barcelona last week and talked to a lot of cool people. Michelle Sanver is one of them. The interview I had with her was actually the very first one I did, although I released some stuff earlier.
Last week I had the privilege to chat with Kristof De Jaeger (AKA @swentel on Twitter) at Drupalcon in Barcelona. I did an interview with him and we talked about a bunch of things, all of which are somewhat Drupal related.
Varnish is one of my favorite pieces of technology. It’s a reverse caching proxy that makes slow websites go fast. It comes with some useful binaries to measure and monitor a running instance. Varnishstat is one of those binaries: it lists
I like ElasticSearch, it’s a great piece of open source technology. Although it was built as a Lucene based search engine, it can do more than just that. It’s an awesome analytics engine, but it’s also a pretty good NoSQL database.
Yes, I’m back! There were previous attempts, but a colleague of mine convinced me to start blogging again. And hey, why not? What’s the angle? Well … in essence this will be a technology blog. I’ll avoid being a run