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  • Give Your Site A Boost With Memcache, by Ben Ramsey
    while increasing the speed of content delivery One such method is the use of a cache to temporarily store whole pages database recordsets large objects and sessions While many caching mechanisms exist memcached provides one of the fastest and easiest to use caching servers This talk will cover memcached and the memcache extension for PHP from setting up a memcached server to using it to provide a variety of caching

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/07/oscon-memcache/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Give Your Site A Boost With Memcache, by Ben Ramsey
    down data processing and reduce load on the database while increasing the speed of content delivery One such method is the use of a cache to temporarily store whole pages database recordsets large objects and sessions While many caching mechanisms exist memcached provides one of the fastest and easiest to use caching servers This talk will cover memcached and the memcache extension for PHP from setting up a memcached server

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/06/dcphp-memcache/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Distribution and Publication with Atom Web Services, by Ben Ramsey
    Slides As we move toward Web 3 0 the Web is slowly transforming into a platform upon which massively distributed applications run Rich clients turn personal computers into thin clients not storing or processing any data locally but rather connecting to a web service where the data resides These services may target intranets extranets or the global Web community but to work they need a common language One such language

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/06/dcphp-atompub/ (2016-04-26)
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  • PHP TestFest 2008: Writing phpt Tests, by Ben Ramsey
    tests and run the tests in the php src code I wish I could find the slides Ever wanted to get involved in the PHP development team but were unsure of where to start Perhaps you re not exactly a great C developer so you weren t even aware that your help could be valuable Well you don t need to be a C developer to aid the PHP development team nor do you need to do any fancy compiling or building You can write phpt tests The month of May has been designated as TestFest 2008 for PHP user groups around the world This month PHP user groups will work to improve the code coverage of the test suite for the PHP language itself Aside from having the opportunity to help in improving the language itself PHP net will also raffle off 10 elePHPants to submitters Every submission phpt test that is considered helpful receives one entry into the raffle Furthermore people that show they are capable of writing tests entirely on their own may be given official PHP net accounts with direct commit access to cvs php net and an php net email address The Atlanta PHP May

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2008/05/atlphp-testfest/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Upload Progress Bars & More, by Ben Ramsey
    files is one such feedback mechanism and a popular one at that There are many different ways to implement upload progress bars Some fake the progress bar with a simple animated image Others use Java or Flash to handle both the upload and the status indication However through the use of Ajax it is possible for PHP to asynchronously return the progress of the uploaded file This talk will examine

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2007/10/zendcon-upload-progress/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Mobilizing & Sharing, by Ben Ramsey
    for the application This application case study will examine this choice and the reasons that contributed to the decision to use the Zend Framework We will also discuss some of the technical and architectural details of the application and highlight how the Zend Framework was used to compliment scaling techniques in anticipation of high traffic and increased server load The case study will review features of the Zend Framework that

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2007/10/mobilizing-and-sharing/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Give Your Site a Boost With memcached, by Ben Ramsey
    techniques One such technique is to implement a caching mechanism to decrease data processing and server load while increasing speed of delivery Many caching solutions exist but few are as efficient or as free as in freedom as memcached Memcached is a fast and easy to use distributed caching server This talk will introduce memcached explain how it works and how to use it with PHP and offer suggestions and

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2007/10/zendcon-memcached/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Designing RESTful Web Applications, by Ben Ramsey
    HTTP and it s more than another Web Service mechanism like SOAP and XML RPC REST is an architectural pattern that can be applied to Web applications While REST is generally applied to Web Services the principles that embody REST can be applied to all Web applications providing better information design cleaner URLs and a more semantic web approach This talk will explain the principles and theory behind REST starting

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2007/09/phpworks-rest-web-applications/ (2016-04-26)
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