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Sooner or later you have no choice to use them in your code. It doesnt matter if it is PHP, Javascript, Go, C, Java or any other language, there will be one day where you have to check or manipulate a string that has such a complexity, that you would need a lot of ifelse blocks to cover a use case. This will be the point where you have to...
When PHP 7 was released at the end of 2015, it had a huge impact on the community. It came out with one of the most anticipated features we were waiting for scalar type hints. As if this wasnt big enough, return types were also added to this new major version and the possibility to make PHP handle these types even in a strict mode, similar to other typed languages. Even for...
It happened again at a conference While I looked at all the booths of the large amount of participating companies, many of them showed interest in hiring developers. How did they do it? By showing what kind of freetime activity they do as a company. At one booth, there was even a wall with lots of photos and postits containing hashtags like fun, team, soccer,...
It was October 28th, when a lot of mighty developers took their ideas and notebooks on a journey to Mannheim Germany to meet each other on a glorious PHP conference and share their stories of honour. Okay, while the date and the destination is correct, it wasnt an adventurous quest of heroes like in the old ages, but nevertheless the unkonf in 2017 was once again an event you would regret not...
Yes, another blog about Dependency Injection and how to put A as a dependency into B. Its so easy with the help of frameworks and DI containers to build a class structure and let them be automagically instantiated in your projects, so why creating another one? Because dependency doesnt end after the injection. What is Dependency Injection? There will be always a new generation of developers, so we have to cover...