New Relic PHP Agent Now Includes Framework Support for Laravel 4

If you’re programming in PHP, there’s a good chance you’re using the Laravel web framework. Laravel is the most starred PHP framework on GitHub, and that’s one of the reasons why we’re pleased to announce that the New Relic PHP agent version 4.6 now contains built-in support for Laravel 4. How does it work? The…

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[Updated] Win a 1:1 with Our #codingCEO Lew Cirne at SXSW Interactive!

By Posted in Events, Nerd Culture, New Relic News, Top Post 27 February 2014

UPDATE (March 3rd, 10:30 am) We’ve decided to extend this contest with new entry rules so even more of you are able to participate! Any engineer attending SXSW Interactive is eligible to enter, and the new deadline is midnight on Wednesday, March 5. HOW TO ENTER Tweet @newrelic with your favorite developer tool, open source…

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Greetings From New Relic Dublin

By Posted in Nerd Culture, New Relic News, Top Post 26 February 2014

Last week, New Relic’s Dublin office officially opened its doors, and our press conference with Ireland’s Minister of Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton couldn’t have gone better. I truly feel lucky. New Relic has cemented a flag in my hometown of Dublin, and I’m a part of it. I joined New Relic two months…

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Here’s a Potential Customer You Might Be Overlooking: The Government

By Posted in Top Post 25 February 2014

There’s a surprising new market for contract app development that many app developers haven’t tapped yet: the federal government. Despite a reputation for being slow to change, government agencies are making progress on incorporating mobile apps into their business operations, and furthermore providing their mobile code to app developers for changes and improvements. In fact,…

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