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Monitoring Symfony Applications

Monitoring Symfony Applications
For one of our projects we wanted to be able to check the system health once we go live. Our idea was to have a system that let us see the status of the services like MySQL or Memcached from the point of view of the application itself. Since our project was developed in PHP using the Symfony framework we decided to create a new Symfony bundle where we could implement this functionality. The bundle is called LiipMonitorBundle and can be obtained here. So one goal of our bundle was to do something more...

Some videos

Some videos
Over the years a few videos of my presentations and some interviews were published. I've collected the ones I found and put them on a single web page. The oldest is from 2009 the latests just from February this year. Enjoy. If you have another video which I missed: Please let me know!

A New Paradigm Rises to Save the Modern Web

A New Paradigm Rises to Save the Modern Web
A New Paradigm Rises to Save the Modern Web Programming on the web has come a long way since the wild-west early days of the 90s, and nowhere has this been more evident than in the PHP community. The earliest "apps" made with PHP were little more than some odd scripting bits that helped web pioneers and hobbyists to more easily maintain their html websites. At the turn of the century, larger, procedural PHP apps started to pop up that would eventually change the web as we knew it. Less than a decade...