February 2013

Welcome to issue 11. We’ve got a great selection of articles in the second issue of 2013, and we hope there’s something of interest for you! Also keep you eyes peeled for our special print edition of this issue, which will be available at various conference throughout February, March and April. 

Contents

  • On Scrum projects, teams talk about delivering a working increment of functionality every sprint but what does this mean exactly?  Do teams need to deliver to a production environment every sprint? ...
  • Are you building a website or a Web application using PHP? If you are, maybe it’s for a customer? Maybe you are creating a startup, and it’s your product? Maybe it’s just your company site? In all...
  • London is set to become the centre of the PHP world again this February as PHP London hosts the eighth annual PHP UK Conference. Over 1,200 delegates are expected to descend on The Brewery, in The...
  • Solr has quickly become one of the most popular search engines available. Due to Solr's many features and its low barrier to entry it can be an ideal candidate when seeking a search engine. Solarium...
  • I live in a small city south of Munich, which has around 18,000 inhabitants. This city is the final stop on Munich’s local transport system, the S-Bahn. Just a few kilometres down south, there is...
  • Research Your Audience When the audience is at the centre of your presentation, it should be obvious that you need to see things from their perspective. What does your audience know about your topic...
  • Types of Database Indexes Database Indexing is the subject of a voluminous amount of computer science research, discoveries, algorithms, and writings. Fortunately, for general database performance...