Extending PHP 5.3 Closures with Serialization and Reflection

Our developer examines Closures in PHP 5.3

Facebook vs. Twitter Clickthroughs: More Bang For Your Buck

We look at clickthrough rates from Twitter and Facebook and see how they compare.

Is PHP 5.3 Terminal? Well, It’s Getting One For Namespaces

A language lives and dies by how easy it is for a person to express something within that language. But the ease in expression is much like the type I and type II error rate in a statistical test: as you adjust one to be nearer to where you want it to be, the other [...]

Project Management Tips from the Developer’s Point of View

Brandon discusses some helpful principles of project management, from the developer’s point of view.

The Lazy, Clever Programmer: A Compendium Of Code Reuse & Recycling

Edgar takes an excruciatingly detailed look at code reuse and recycling. He examines when to just say no and how to best build for reuse, along with the pitfalls and successes you’ll stumble upon along the way.

Enterprise Patterns: A Look At Application Service

There is considerable confusion on the internet about the proper placement of complex business logic when using the MVC pattern. In this post, we look at another pattern we can use to solve this problem in an elegant way.