That's a great opportunity to make your company contribute to OSS and get visibility amongst 1400+ #Symfony and #PHP peers! https://twitter.com/symfonycon/status/1184748419312738305
1. First language: GWBASIC
2. Had difficulties: VB6
3. Most used: PHP (trying to reduce usage)
4. Totally hate: C, Ruby, Python, Yaml
5. Most loved: SQL, Haskell
6. For beginners: Rust
What about you? https://twitter.com/mathiasverraes/status/1180132267282309121
wish #php could do the same ...
PHP-style &$references will soon be removed from Hack. Learn why and how to migrate your code: https://hhvm.com/blog/2019/10/01/deprecating-references.html
🚨Good news for the PHP community!
Security alerts, automatic security fixes, dependency insights, and more are all now available for PHP repositories with Composer dependencies.
Someone is spreading bullshit, with alarming effectiveness.
You should always update PHP patch releases ASAP.
The latest patches don't contain anything more alarning than any other patch release.
Nothing actually worthy of alarm is happening here.
Very proud @firstname.lastname@example.org and @SymfonyCasts@twitter.com is part of this! If you know a student, get them started *right* with 3 free months of learning high-quality PHP, OO & Symfony https://symfonycasts.com/github-student #GitHubPack @GitHubEducation@twitter.com https://twitter.com/github/status/1163844898933628930
Calling everyone that wants to contribute to PHP: https://externals.io/message/106522.
This will help Static Analysis and other tools that depend on PHP Reflection.
I can help you if you need :)
Thanks @email@example.com for pushing this 💙
Fixing bugs/adding features on #Symfony is fun. Nobody notices but maintenance is also about ungrateful work: deprecations/upgrade path, fixing issues with new versions of our deps (#PHP, #Doctrine, #PHPUnit, ...). Great work this week by @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com. Thank you!
@robledoKari@twitter.com @SwiftOnSecurity@twitter.com @AJClay16@twitter.com I wrote this last year for PHP, but a lot of the concepts (i.e. using prepared statements to stop SQL injection) are generalizable.
PHP 7.4 alpha 1 released, with typed properties, arrow functions, covariant types, FFI, preloading and more. Please test and report issues. If you have open-source libraries, you can add 7.4snapshot on Travis.
🕸️ Embed WebAssembly anywhere
More? See the thread.
Security updates are out for 3.30.6, and 4.3-4.8, addressing issues in FastCGI and scrypt_enc(); additionally, 4.9.0 is out, unifying several previously-configurable behaviors, and removing the option to enable PHP support.
Starting from PHP 7.4, __toString() will be able to throw exceptions. https://wiki.php.net/rfc/tostring_exceptions