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Air Traffic Control: Routing microservices with a single Nginx server (sarah-savage.com)

In my last post I talked about linking microservices together inside a single Docker network for easy communication between the services. For web developers, this poses an interesting problem: if we want to access the services from our local machines, we need to deal with the fact that we can't have multiple machines bound to

PHP's Magic Methods | php[architect] (www.phparch.com)

As PHP developers, we need to know a lot of language features to make our code easy to write and maintain. Without explicitly being told about a part of the language, it’s hard to even know it exists, so today, we’re going to discuss the magic methods our classes have and how we should use […]

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