Blackfire Labels, Endorsing Performance Experts

By Christophe Dujarric, on Feb 07, 2019

The Blackfire.io community is wide, and constantly expands. From developers who just get started to PHP performance experts, we’re proud to support everyone thriving to build faster and better code.

Within the Community, some members really stand out.

Some can claim outstanding skills in building faster apps, from scratch or by auditing existing code.

Some master some PHP frameworks so well, that they can guide the rest of the community in using them the right way, to ensure optimal performance.

Introducing the Blackfire Labels

With the Blackfire Enabled and Blackfire Contributor labels, Blackfire endorses its most valued community members for their expertise in using Blackfire, and contributing to its continuous improvement.

Blackfire Enabled

The Blackfire Enabled label endorses web agencies and software editors who gained significant expertise in using Blackfire to improve and maintain the performance of PHP apps by:

  • Profiling applications in development, testing and production
  • Writing actionable performance tests
  • Automating performance testing
  • Evangelizing on PHP performance management practices with online content and training workshops

As we officialize the Blackfire Enabled label, we’re proud to award it to:

Blackfire Contributors

The Blackfire Contributor label endorses web agencies, software editors or individuals who contributed to Blackfire by creating new framework-specific performance recommendations, which now benefit to the whole community.

As we officialise the Blackfire Contributor label, we’re proud to award it to:

We’re proud to work with all of them!

Happy profiling,

Christophe Dujarric

Christophe is the Chief Product Officer at Blackfire. He has been working in several start-up companies, helping them to make and sell products out of technologies. He’s involved in every step of the product’s lifecycle, from strategy to design and sales, and loves to coach on product management methods.