There's loads of ways you can optimize your PHP code, however they are probably NOT the answer to your performance issues.
A wiser man than myself once said:
We should forget about small efficiencies, say about 97% of the time: premature optimization is the root of all evil. Yet we should not pass up our opportunities in that critical 3%.
This was originally said by Donald Knuth, the father of the analysis of algorithms.
This can also be applied when working with programming languages such as PHP.
Here’s some handy performance tips to point you in the right direction…Read More »
Today I was having a look on PHP.net and noticed a PHP contest so I decided to submit one of my functions.
I chose the rglob() function.Read More »
It should be easy right? Just “yum install subversion”.
Nope. You get this error message:
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Error: Missing Dependency: perl(URI) >= 1.17 is needed by package
Here’s 10 reasons why I am using the Google Chrome web browser and why should should too…Read More »
I've recently had some fun installing Trac project management software on CentOS5.
After finally getting it successfully installed and setup I decided to have a play around with a TCL script for eggdrop.
This eggdrop script will allow you to return ticket information from Trac to an IRC channel.Read More »
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