This episode is sponsored by Thermo.io.
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In this weeks episode we are lucky to have Scott Wlaschin back on the show to discuss design within software.
From here we move on to talk about what makes ‘good code’, and how evaluating this is heavily reliant on the requirements and context you are in.
Finally, we discuss how OO and FP software architectures differ, advantages of being explicit over implicit and information-hiding at API boundaries.
“They thought I did it in Node.js and I did it in jQuery and they emoji’d me to death” Kalen reacts to the livestream and Phillip talks about the SD Accelerator, Magento 2.0 End of Life, long-term support, the coming onslaught of B2B into our Magento builds.
This month the team discusses privacy and the lack of it, in our current government
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We finally unveil the super-secret project to the world! Listen in to find out what it is and how you can get your hands on one.
Jake and Michael make their return to discuss event sourcing, auditing and reporting, and finite state machines after a busy real life schedule kept them away from recording for a month!
In this Episode
Our hosts, Eric van Johnson and John Congdon review Treasure, Old & New which is the May 2018 issue of php[architect] magazine. Share your thoughts on the topics covered and leave a comment below.
- Eric and John discuss Deadpool, clean code, migrating to AWS, Packagist picks, BDD testing, and more.
- Oscar takes a look at recent Drupal and WordPress developments.
- An interview with Steve Grunwell, about Technical Debt, conference speaking, his work at Liquid Web, and more.
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