Tag: php

  • 10 reasons to become a consultant or have a consulting business

    In this video I share 10 good reasons to start a consulting business or become a consultant. Before you start looking into how to become a consultant, Adam Culp of Beachcasts PHP videos shares points from his experience to help you figure out if being a PHP consultant is the right job for you. As […]

  • Zend Framework becomes Laminas project

    Today it was announced that Zend Framework is being rebranded as Laminas project. (drawn from the meaning “a thin layer”) Along with the rebrand comes some other important changes as well. Yes, this includes Expressive and Apigility, so continue reading. Some History Zend Framework is one of the largest and oldest PHP frameworks and has […]

  • 10 bad things about consulting, and why it might not be for you

    In this video I share 10 bad things about being a consultant, and why a consulting job might not be a good fit for you. Adam Culp of Beachcasts shares points from his experience to help you figure out if being a PHP consultant is the right job for you. Or you can view this […]

  • How to get lines of code in PHP with PHPLoc via CLI or using Docker

    This video shows how to get the lines of code in a PHP application by using PHPLoc from the command line or using Docker. PHPLoc is a command line application to generate a small but useful report. Adam Culp will show how to use it from a Docker Container using a Docker Image he created. […]

  • What is Enterprise Ready?

    First, let me clarify, this post is not about Star Trek and the starship we’ve all come to know. 😉 Further, this post is not to attack any one group, and rather is my (perhaps poor) attempt to help others gain some visibility into what large companies (Enterprises) do, or perhaps should, look for in […]