Eric, John, and Oscar try to review the May 2021 issue, Testing Assumptions.
- Fall Conferences, like Longhorn PHP (CfP is currently open).
- Debugging long-running applications using RoadRunner, ReactPHP, or Swoole.
- Does using an IDE make you a bad developer?
- Feature tests w/Behat
- PHP Internals interview w/Sara Golemon
- Building an API with off-the-shelf components
- Thinking like a wizard and learning to spot patterns in the code.
- Sustainability of open-source projects like PHP core and documentation.
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We welcome Joe Ferguson back to catch up with us about PHP, his column “The Workshop”, and more
- Virtual conference experiences.
- Looking forward to in-person events.
- Laravel Homestead, which Joe maintains. Uses and tradeoffs versus Docker.
- Docker Performance on Mac
- Local Development Environments
- Goals for his Workshop, eventually looking at Docker Swarm and Kubernetes.
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This month, we chat with Mark Kelnar about his article in the April 2021 issue, Busy Worker Bees
- What he learned from beekeeping and using Agile techniques.
- Working at WPEngine with the LAMP stack.
- Working on headless/decoupled WordPress.
- Applying agile outside of software development projects.
- If/how agile has changed since its introduction.
- Getting involved in beekeeping.
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Eric, John, and Oscar go through the articles in the April 2021 issue, Busy Worker Bees.
- The rogue Git Commit in PHP’s repo.
- Following PHP internals.
- Working with clients.
- Bref and serverless computing.
- Refactoring applications to use cloud services like S3 Object Stores.
- Yoda Conditionals and writing readable code.
- Preparing for when disaster strikes.
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Eric, John, and Oscar talk about the features and columns from the March 2021 issue, Lambda PHP
- Working the Serverless computing and PHP, and the costs potentially involved.
- Practical applications of functional programming and misconceptions around it versus object-oriented programming (OOP).
- John and Eric’s attempts at the puzzle for the month about generating hashtags.
- Using Laravel Sail to manage Docker containers for development and production usage.
- Salts, Peppers, Hashes, and Passwords
- Preparing for when your job, industry, or world suddenly shift.
- Chatting with @mwop about Laminas, Zend Framework, and its future.
- APIs and the history of using them in web applications. Touching on REST, XML, JSON, and GraphQL.
- When to use shared hosting for budget-conscious clients.
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PHP internals contributor Sara Golemon answers questions from a panel of php[architect] and PHP Ugly contributors about the recent git compromise that affected the PHP project and what they’re doing about it. You can also watch a video of the roundtable with Sara.
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Eric and John get a chance to sit down and interview Juciellen Cabrera, on her article Refactoring—Does This Code Spark Joy? in the March 2021 issue.
- The joy of revisiting legacy code.
- How she started as a programmer via an internship.
- Moving from Brazil to Ireland via a local conference opportunity.
- Her involvement with php[women] in Brazil.
- Working with back-end APIs.
- The direction of PHP as a programming language.
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Oscar Merida, the Editor-in-Chief, looks at the March 2021 issue, Lambda PHP.
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