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JetBrains Blog:
PHP Annotated Monthly – September 2015
Sep 11, 2015 @ 11:19:16

On the JetBrains blog Gary Hockin has just posted the latest "PHP Annotated Monthly" edition for September 2015. These posts cover recent happenings in the PHP community, linking to more information and the people involved.

As the autumn conference season begins to ramp up, it’s time for the September edition of PHP Annotated Monthly – bringing you all the news, tips, tricks and tutorials from the PHP community.

He touches on three main topics - the PHP language itself, news about various frameworks and tools talked about over the month and happenings in the community itself. Some of the topics mentioned include:

...and lots more. Check out the full post for more topics and links to plenty of others. You can also check out some of the back issues on the Annotated Monthly archive page.

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Link: http://blog.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/2015/09/php-annotated-monthly-september-2015/

php[architect]:
September 2015 Issue Released - Security Boot Camp
Sep 02, 2015 @ 12:19:02

The latest issue of the php[architect] magazine has been released for September 2015. In this latest issue they focus on security in PHP along with the same columns you know and love.

In this issue, we have an overview of the various techniques that malicious users can use to attack your application, a deep dive into how passwords can be stored securely and how PHP’s built in password functions make this easier, a look at how to setup a PHP based Intrusion Detection System, and how to use PDO to guard against SQL injection attacks

Elsewhere, there’s a look at how to think like a functional programmer, an introduction to using Sculpin for generating a static site, an interview with Elizabeth Naramore, and more.

This month's issue includes articles like:

  • Basic Intrusion Detection with Expose (Greg Wilson) (read this one free here)
  • Keep Your Passwords Hashed and Salted (Leszek Krupi?ski)
  • Leveling Up: DeLoreans, Data, and Hacking Sites (David Stockton)

...as well as the "Education Station", "Community Corner" and "finally{}" columns from returning authors. You can purchase your copy of this month's issue directly from the php[architect] website either as a single issue or as a part of a subscription.

tagged: phparchitect magazine sept2015 security issue release

Link: https://www.phparch.com/magazine/2015-2/september/