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The JIT in relation to PHP extensions

The JIT in relation to PHP extensions A few days ago I posted about Playing with the PHP JIT and included some simple benchmarking with the react-php-redis server project, which involves a lot of parsing but is ultimately still bound by I/O even when running async. I got some questions on Twitter that are around …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Monday March 25, 2019


Playing with the PHP JIT

Playing with the PHP JIT The PHP JIT RFC is a hot topic on the internals list right now and the voting has started for it to be included in PHP 8.0 and as experimental feature in 7.4. I wanted to test it out myself, here are the steps necessary to get started on a Linux (Ubuntu) server (or desktop): git clone …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Saturday March 23, 2019


Unslacking Tideways Company

Unslacking Tideways Company We have moved away from Slack at Tideways over the last three months, because I found Slack is already annoying, even with just a four person team (plus the occasional freelancer). For me, it disrupts deep work phases and knowledge lost in the depth of chat history. As an engineer, I …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday October 28, 2018


Explicit Global State with Context Objects

Explicit Global State with Context Objects Global State is considered bad for maintainability of software. Side effects on global state can cause a very nasty class of bugs. Context objects are one flavour of global state. For example, I remember that Symfony1 had a particularly nasty context object that was a global …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday March 12, 2017


Explicit Global State with Context Objects

Explicit Global State with Context Objects Global State is considered bad for maintainability of software. Side effects on global state can cause a very nasty class of bugs. Context objects are one flavour of global state. For example, I remember that Symfony1 had a particularly nasty context object that was a global …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday March 12, 2017


How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer

How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer I maintain two Wordpress blogs for my wife and wanted to find a workflow to develop, update, version-contol and maintain them with Git and Composer, like I am used to with everything else that I am working on. The resulting process is a combination of several blog posts and …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday February 21, 2016


How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer

How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer I maintain two Wordpress blogs for my wife and wanted to find a workflow to develop, update, version-contol and maintain them with Git and Composer, like I am used to with everything else that I am working on. The resulting process is a combination of several blog posts and …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday February 21, 2016


How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer

How I use Wordpress with Git and Composer I maintain two Wordpress blogs for my wife and wanted to find a workflow to develop, update, version-contol and maintain them with Git and Composer, like I am used to with everything else that I am working on. The resulting process is a combination of several blog posts and …

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Written by Benjamin Eberlei - - Aggregated on Sunday February 21, 2016