ClearPHP reaches 100 rules

  Clear PHP reaches 100 rules Last week, we published the 100th rule in clear PHP. They represent recommendations to write clear PHP code. Such recommendations has various effect : avoid common pitfalls (No Unchecked Resources) prepare code for recent versions (Use Smart Autoload) complete some check that the engine doesn’t do ( No Switch With […]

Clear php code : between coding convention and conception

One question that keeps coming back while collecting the rules for clearPHP is the domain of the rule. Coding convention and conception rules covered different domains and seldom overlay each other. ClearPHP rules aim a being close to the language and its tricks, away from semantics and architecture. How come ? Coding conventions Coding conventions are […]

International PHP Conference : PHP 5.6 and static audits

     I’m already busy preparing for the international PHP conference, in Munchen, Germany. I’m giving two talks : on about PHP 5.6 and the second about static audits. Besides, being an impressive conference, I’ll be happy to visit one of my first conferences ever. Preparing for the next PHP Version Monday, October 27, 2014 […]

Meet us at 010PHP to learn about ‘automated PHP code audits’

I’ll be giving a talk ‘automated PHP code audits‘ to the 010php user group, in Rotterdam. “Even nowadays, PHP code is mostly manually audited. Expert pore over actual code, in search for bugs or code smells. Actually, it is possible to have PHP do this work itself ! Strengthened with the internal Tokenizer, bolstered by […]