In this episode we talk a little bit about Webpack Encore, and a lot about Event Sourcing, with our guest, Beau Simensen.
The band is back together. Fabien's grand (8-part) unveiling of Symfony Flex has inspired us to get together and talk about all the exciting new things waiting for us in the upcoming Symfony 4. Tune in to find out what's happening and to get our take on Symfony Flex, the new directory structure, makefiles, and much more.
In this episode we discuss what makes a good Symfony bundle, and how you as a bundle author can build a better bundle. Photo credit: bundle by foam (CC-BY-SA)
In another of our conference specials, Tobias, Magnus and Ryan is live from Symfony Catalunya 2016 in Barcelona. We talk about the conference, and, trying make the most of being around some of the experts in the community, we talk to Marc Morera and Michael Cullum about building local PHP communities. Photo credit: Jeremy Mikola
The band is back together and this time it's a blast from the past. We revisit the old news segment and do a whole show featuring nothing but news. We're talking Symfony 3.1, PHP 7.1 and the fall conference season.
In this episode we talk about e-commerce on Symfony in general, and using Sylius in particular with our special guest, Pawe? J?drzejewski. Photo credit: Pike Place Market by Tiffany Von Arnim (CC-BY).
This time we're talking about the Symfony Community, how we can make it better, and what we can learn from other communities.
Having recovered from SymfonyCon and had happy holidays, Sound of Symfony is back on the ether(net). This week we talk about what we'd like to see in upcoming versions of PHP and Symfony. You might be wondering what happened to Episode 10. Do not worry. That one turned out to be slightly tricky to edit. Instead of making you wait though, we went ahead and released this now for your audible enjoyment. Episode 10 will come at some later date. Photo credit: Happy Back to the Future Day by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (CC-BY).
Sound of Symfony is back from its unplanned hiatus and launching a new format. We're also switching things up, and add two new co-hosts, Ryan Weaver and Jared Farrish. This episode's topic is "How has Symfony kept up". Photo credit: Knotberget angle station by Arvid Rudling (CC-BY).
In this episode we talk to Matthias Noback about command-query separation, command buses, hexagonal architecture, REST and his library SimpleBus. Next episode will be released on June 21st. Photo credit: Amsterdam bus by Vitaly Volkov (CC-BY).