Sunday, November 06, 2011

Weekly roundup: a short Pomodoro presentation

Here is my Pomodoro Technique short presentation held at phpDay 2011 in Verona. It's not the same as the full one at PHP Barcelona, but it contains some frequently asked questions about Pomodoros along with some handy tricks.
Remember that English is not my native language. :)

Giorgio Sironi - An year of pomodoros - phpday2011 from GrUSP on Vimeo.

Here are also my original articles published this week on DZone.
Practical PHP Refactoring: Introduce Assertion is about the ancient usage of assertions, when they were embedded in production code instead of being segregated in an external test suite.
PHP on a Java application server is our experience with Quercus for running a PHP application on Resin. TL;DR: not really working.
Practical PHP Refactoring: Rename Method is about making method calls easier to follow: when a method's name is really explanatory you don't have to read into its body to understand what it does.
Using a virtual machine to play with multiple versions of PHP is a tutorial on setting up a VirtualBox machine with PHP 5.4 (the newest unstable version).

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