February 24th, 2009
Thanks to Hallmark Holiday Valentines Day, February is all about love. First up, we all love good solid code. So we're pleased to have Michael Scovetta
talk on Yasca
and static source code analysis. Next, PHP developers love their frameworks and this month NYPHP is pleased to have expert and ZCE Alan Seiden
talk tech about peace, love, and the Zend Framework.
Yasca - An Open Framework for Automated Source Code Analysis
Michael Scovetta recently joined CA as a Principal IT Security Engineer, prior to which he worked for Cigital as a senior consultant and UBS Financial Services as an Information Security Analyst. He has various roles at these organizations including that of a developer, architect, security evangelist, penetration tester, security architect. Michael holds a CISSP certification, a M.Eng. in Computer Science from Cornell University and a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Hofstra University. His personal site is http://www.scovettalabs.com
and he is on LinkedIn.
Zend Framework Circa 2009
The Zend Framework is known for its flexibility, corporate-friendly licensing, and compatibility with diverse platforms and database systems.
This technical presentation by Alan Seiden, a Zend Certified Engineer for Zend Framework, offers guidance for prospective and current users. Developers planning a project will discover what ZF can offer. More experienced users will learn about ZF's recent time saving enhancements.
A leader in developing PHP-based web applications on IBM i (System i, i5, iSeries, AS/400), Alan has written many articles on the subject. He served as a consultant for the IBM manual Zend Core for i5/OS. He is senior developer and technical lead at Strategic Business Systems in northern New Jersey. Alan's blog