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Back to the Drawing Board – March 2017

syndicated from on March 1, 2017

The March issue of the magazine is ready for you to download. In this issue, we look at some server related technologies to keep your PHP application humming.

In this Issue

“Back to the Drawing Board” includes articles on:

  • Chris Pitt looks at using WebSockets and asynchronous PHP to build a multiplayer code school by manipulating a Minecraft server.
  • Chris Tankersley looks at the evolution of deployment solutions for Docker containers in Deploying to Docker Swarm.
  • Chuck Reeves explains How to Use SELinux (No, I Don’t Mean Turn It Off), which provides a mandatory access control layer for more fine-grained control over how services can access your server resources.
  • Jack Polifka shares his advice on Pursuing a Graduate Degree as Professional Development. He’ll explain the skills you’ll learn and how they’re applicable throughout your career.

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In our regular this issue, Matthew Setter looks at algorithms to assess the readability of your writings. David Stockton continues exploring how to build better objects in Leveling Up: Exploring Object Immutability. Cal Evans shares Three Tech Lessons I Learned Cleaning the Kitchen and Eli White has a timely call to action in finally{}: Working Together.

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