Taking Ownership of your Workflow

As a developer, you are constantly learning and improving. There are a lot of different benchmarks you are supposed to fulfill. When you are applying for a job, you are supposed to check all the boxes. Do you know Java? Do you have experience working in an agile environment? Design patterns? TDD? In consulting, you get to do this again with every new customer and project. But what then?

In our daily business, things get a bit fuzzier. It boils down to perceived competence and speed. Does this developer know what they are talking about? Do they get work done on time? The first boils down to the checkboxes again. The latter, though … How do you become faster? Without compromising on quality, that is.


Profiling best practices: Benchmarking and optimizing real-world scenarios in a business context

Over the years, PHP has evolved from a script language to a programming language used in big applications with high-level architectures.
As the most popular language for web applications, PHP is very fast, robust and stable by default.
Coming from tiny scripts, PHP is used in large-scale web applications nowadays.
In terms of business context, we need to focus on these three key factors:

  • Scalability
  • Responsiveness
  • Resource misusage