**Prior to publication Magento and Adobe announced that they would be monetizing the new bug bounty program hosted at HackerOne. For more information read the ZDNet article which covers the story as it is evolving. **
“We really do need to get to a place where the Magento community assumes the best until it sees the worst.” – Matt Asay. In this episode Kalen and Phillip unpack the changes to the bug bounty program and the community reaction to it. Listen now!
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community.
Thanks to Honeybadger for sponsoring this episode!
This month the team discusses the loss of a good friend and talented developer William Cahill-Manley. Please consider helping out William's family with their GoFundMe goal give Willam a final send-off.
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In this weeks episode we are lucky to have Scott Wlaschin back on the show to discuss his most recent talk ‘Four Languages from Forty Years Ago’.
We start off by talking about why the 1970’s was such an influential decade for language design.
This leads us on to highlight what a programming language fundamentally is, and explain the many different paradigms that are present.
From here, we explain the issue with throwing out the design phase completely when building software, and the interesting points made in Richard Gabriel’s ‘Worse is Better’ essay.
Finally, we try to make sense of why all popular programming languages today follow a very similar style, and what is with all the curly braces?!
In this Episode
Our twelfth episode is in the can, thanks to Eric van Johnson and John Congdon. Share your thoughts on the topics covered and leave a comment below.
- Eric and John discuss freelancing and how it changed John’s life, regular expressions, PhpStorm, and how the PHP community gets together.
- Oscar talks about trying to use Xdebug regularly and the value of debugging tools in general.
- An interview with Mark Niebergall on his Xdebug article, his day to day work, and working remotely.
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