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