Adam Culp (RunGeekRadio) shares why there are no PHP framework specific talks at SunshinePHP for 2019. Also calls for open source packages, frameworks, and other software to announce any updates, news, or new versions at SunshinPHP 2019.
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Adam Culp (RunGeekRadio) tells his predictions for what may be in store for PHP development in 2019. He also shares what his challenges were in 2018 that prevented him from podcasting more, and informs what his future plans are.
#1 – PHP will continue to gain popularity for web application development in 2019
#2 – PHP will continue to see new growth in the Enterprise for 2019
#3 – PHP communities will continue to grow and include more new people
#4 – Async in PHP will continue to increase as a need in 2019
#5 – Serverless PHP will get wider adoptions and usage in 2019
#6 – PHP Microservices, and Middleware, will continue to grow in usage for 2019
#7 – Unfortunately, beginners will experience a harder time finding new jobs in 2019
#8 – PHP version 8 will become more defined in 2019
#9 – Widespread PHP Frameworks will experience some decline in favor of componentized development in 2019
#10 – PHP will see larger API creation footprint in 2019, and wider adoption of standards that gained momentum in 2018.
- Beachcasts – http://beachcasts
- SunshinePHP Conference – http://sunshinephp.com
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Adam Culp shares his latest schedule for speaking and a recent experience where he found he was not able to prepare a workshop fully prior to an event. Then highlights some tips and hints on how to prepare ahead of time for a conference talk to ensure everything goes smoothly. Including posting code, slides, and a place attendees can provide feedback.
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So many startups attempt to skip the crawling stages and the MPV (minimum viable product) as they push to become successful. Just as many developers attempt to skip the vital stages of learning and forge ahead to create bugs, security holes, and poor code. Adam Culp, the host of Run Geek Radio, talks about how important it is to crawl before we can walk.
Also covered is the ZendCon and SunshinePHP preparations and status of Adam speaking at some other upcoming conferences. Plus a brief update on the running front and training.
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This episode Adam Culp announces the winner, David Stockton (Colorado), of the contest launched in Run Geek Radio episode 004. HUGE congrats to David who will be receiving a VariDesk Full Standing Desk. I look forward to hearing how he likes it.
Adam also talks briefly to clarify his views on “soft talks” versus “soft skills talks”, and how he was misrepresented as disliking soft skills talks though the opposite is true. However, as discussed, he highlights why he is against soft talks and what that really means. Hint: A soft talk is actually a tech talk given poorly, where a soft skills talk carries value in non-technical (or people skills) areas of development.
Then this episode is rounded out with a detailed coverage of time estimation in relation to projects, and why it is so vitally important to be accurate. Adam also speaks about how important proper requirements gathering is to the process.
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In this episode we speak about PHP community and approachability of conference speakers, new running shoes and typical miles that can be run on a pair of shoes before replacing them as well as wear patterns, feeling stupid in skills if they aren’t used often enough, new s3-logs-analyzer side project created to monitor podcast downloads (but can be used for any files on S3), typical travel as a consultant, and what is technical debt and how to tackle it as well as when an application rewrite is OK.
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First episode of Run Geek Radio. With SunshinePHP 2015 behind him Adam Culp talks about upcoming conferences Lone Star PHP, Open West, and Bulgaria PHP. Then speaks about organizing ZendCon and how finding speakers for conferences and user groups are similarly tough, but there can be some “wins” through email blasts.
In running related content he continues to ramp up his miles each week in his training to get back to ultra distances. Other training related topics such as Udo’s 3-6-9 Blended Oil and Probilic SR protein are awesome additions to help optimize physical performance in healthy ways.
Then he finishes up with more tech talk with introductions to various tools that help when conducting performance audits on web applications.
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