Sometimes I do a full immersion on topics of my interest, generally related to programming, topics on testing, good design, etc. I apply a technique invented by me named: “Google from zero to infinite”.
Articles in category: PHP
When we use RabbitMQ and our project is in PHP, we have to run a Consumer and we could encounter some common and still unresolved problems.
Upon migrating to a new infrastructure we started experiencing cache issues after each deploy: as we refreshed pages that were updated by the new release, we didn’t see the right content for a very short period of time. Initially, we wrongly assumed that the cause of this issue was the PHP OPcache extension but, after our investigation, we understood that real path cache was the culprit.
In the latest months I wrote multiple times, in different projects, code migrating PHPUnit toward major version 6. This upgrade is harder than the previous one, since in this version it was introduced a big breaking change: all classes got (finally!) namespaced.
A few days ago I stumbled on a strange tweet that was highlighting a controversy about scalar type hints.