Like many others, at Turret.IO we were tasked with deciding whether or not to use RabbitMQ or Amazon SQS for our message queueing needs. Since we operate a major of our operations inside AWS, we felt it necessary to at least give SQS a fair shot, even though quite a lot of developers seem to dislike it…. Read more »
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PHP has a lot of available documentation. So much that Googling just about any PHP function provides a php.net result on the first page and a good majority of the content is accurate. And when it’s not, the public comments usually fill in the holes. The OpenSSL cryptography extension is one part of php.net that is very lacking, so much… Read more »
Within the Docker community there tends to be two modes of thought with regard to running processes: run multiple supervised processes in a container or only run a single process per container. The former makes it easier to encapsulate applications that may need more than one service (think NGiNX + uWSGI + Memcached + Redis) while the latter… Read more »
WordPress is used to make about 43.7 million posts each month1. With an extensive library of over 33,500 plugins, WordPress has a significant market share of both the content generation and development communities. Creating plugins for WordPress is not overly difficult, but the actual development and testing process can be a hassle. Let’s see how Docker can help us out.
When communicating messages between multiple systems, it’s always a good idea to authenticate a message before taking action on it. This ensures the message hasn’t been tampered with and that it came from a known source. There are several ways of implementing this type of message authentication, but here we’re going to assume we have… Read more »