Archive for the ‘Scalability’ Category

If you ever worked in a software company, you most likely heard once someone saying “Hey, we can’t do this, because this doesn’t scale!”
I believe “Scalability” must be on the top 10 list of the “buzz words” most used in the software industry.
It is usually considerated as a killing argument in a conversation. “If something [...]


Who am I?

My name is Bashar Al-Fallouji, I work as a Service Architect at Origin Energy (Sydney, Australia).

I am particularly interested in Cloud Computing, Web applications, Open Source Development, Software Engineering, Information Architecture, Unit Testing, XP/Agile development, etc.

On this blog, you will find mostly technical articles and thoughts around PHP, OOP, OOD, Unit Testing, etc. I am also sharing a few open source tools and scripts.

  • dipan: Hi Bashar It's really awesome that you wrote this code. IT'll save tones of time of all developer. [...]
  • Bashar: Glad that you liked it ! [...]
  • Angel S. Moreno: well, there goes wasting a couple of hours of development and a couple of days of testing. I owe you [...]
  • Bashar: Thats right, the setSaveFile create a files containing an associative array of classname => filen [...]
  • Loggy: Jim's clarification in particular was pretty useful although I did have to dig down into the tree to [...]