Sharing our knowledge

In: Sharing our knowledge by: mathys

16 Feb 2011

We’re using quite a bit of Open Source software and are learning a lot by reading blogposts from other developers.

We think it’s time to start sharing our knowledge as well. Our team has quite some experience with high traffic websites, not only from Mobypicture, but also from earlier companies like Sugababes.nl (peaked to 200M+ pageviews a month). We will write about our knowledge in PHP, MySQL, Linux and Amazon AWS at first, expanding it to our mobile development later.

We will release a couple of blogposts in the next weeks and will release most of our mobile apps as Open Source after we’ve released them.

Some of the blogposts we are writing are:

  • Using Capistrano to deploy your PHP application
  • Building daemons in PHP
  • Using Gearman to offload tasks

We hope you will find our blogposts as interesting as we find yours and maybe they will start some discussions we will all benefit from.

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