In Episode 31
This month, we chat with Sherri Wheeler about the Business of PHP and other topics from the April 2020 magazine.
- Getting started using machine learning with PHP.
- API design and how the OpenAPI can automate and improve your architecture.
- Writing command line scripts with Symfony’s Console components.
- PHP communities that don’t realize it and the business case for PHP 7
- What makes up a web request
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In Episode 30
In this episode, we dive into How Magento is Evolving and chat with Magento evangelist Ben Marks.
- The free magazine issue courtesy of Adobe and Magento.
- An interview with Ben Marks on how Magento went from an open-source project to its acquisition, the value of the community and ecosystem, how Magento 2 changed the landscape, how to get started working with the platform, and the future.
- Approaches for updating legacy codebases.
- Using asynchronous processes.
- How stepping away can help you when you’re stuck on a problem.
- Options for setting up development environments for a project.
- What exactly the term “Enterprise Software” means.
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In Episode 26
Just before the Thanksgiving holidays in the United States, we reviewed the November 2019 issue “Object Orientation.”
- Evolution of object-oriented programing in PHP and understanding how to use objects effectively.
- Avoiding career stagnation and networking at conferences and user groups.
- PHP 7.4’s release and what features we’re looking forwards to.
- Eric becomes the new Community Corner contributor.
- Chatting about building PHP extensions and CouchDB wiith Lochemem Bruno Michael.
- Thinking like a computer (sometimes too much?) and the value of abstractions.
- Understanding Dependency Injection and how to get it to “click.”
- The value of frameworks versus “plain” PHP.
In Episode 24
Eric, John, and Oscar discuss some of the articles in the September 2019 issue “Master of Puppets”.
- History of PHP, celebrating “25 Years of PHP”, and the Impact Awards at php[world]
- Using Puphpeteer to automate Chromium browser tasks and testing.
- Code style, and refactoring legacy code.
- Code editors from VIM (and why Eric thinks everyone must learn it) to PHPStorm and Visual Studio Code.
- Promoting speaker diversity at conferences.
- Joe Ferguson joins to chat about generating PDFs with PHP, networking via user groups and conferences, migrating to Laravel 6, Homestead, and Open Sourcing Mental Illness (osmi.org).
Adam Culp (RunGeekRadio) shares exciting news about Zend Framework becoming part of the Linux Foundation, and rebranding as the Laminas Project.
- Laminas Project – https://getlaminas.org
- Expressive site – https://getexpressive.org
- Beachcasts video announcement – https://youtu.be/CEIO90ocEDI
- Linux Foundation post – https://www.linuxfoundation.org/blog/2019/04/lf-forms-laminas-project/
- GeekyBoy.com post – https://www.geekyboy.com/archives/1440
- Zend Framework post – https://framework.zend.com/blog/2019-04-17-announcing-laminas.html
- Matthew Weier O’Phinney post – https://mwop.net/blog/2019-04-17-from-zend-to-laminas.html
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Editor-in-Chief Oscar Merida records a mini-episode. In this first one, he looks at some RFCs submitted for PHP 7.4 and 8.0, and a new tool for detecting memory leaks with PHP Unit. Also, don’t forget to register to attend and support Symfony’s speaker workshop which starts soon. Details are in the episode and links are in the show notes below.
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