Php[podcast] 24.05.21
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1d ago
John and Eric share more of the day-to-day behind-the-scenes work that goes on at php[architect]. This episode of php is sponsored by Mailtrap Join us as we explore the PHP community’s recent php[tek] conference insights, discussions on PHP arrays, and value objects. We also cover challenges in the tech industry, a new php[tek] conference in 2025, and PHP language feature improvements through RFCs. We highlight RFCs introducing array helper functions and changes in object instantiation syntax for cleaner code. Additionally, we discuss the importance of transparency in PHP internals voting and ..read more
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PHP’s Magic Methods
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1d ago
As PHP developers, we need to know a lot of language features to make our code easy to write and maintain. Without explicitly being told about a part of the language, it’s hard to even know it exists, so today, we’re going to discuss the magic methods our classes have and how we should use them to write our code.  What Are Magic Methods? Magic methods are special methods defined inside the PHP core language that are called when certain actions are performed on an object. They allow us to override how PHP would interact with the object normally and inject our own logic in its place. Magic meth ..read more
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MergePHP with Logan Lindquist
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
4d ago
In this video, Scott discusses MergePHP with Logan Lindquist and the state of the in person PHP User Group. Links: MergePHP – https://www.mergephp.com/ HoneyBadger.io – https://HoneyBadger.io 00:00 Intro 01:14 What are AustinPHP and MergePHP? 04:31 How Often are Meetings? 06:31 Who Can Join The Meetups? 08:58 What Prevents Merge From Being In-person? 10:23 What Qualities Are You Looking For In a Speaker? 12:18 What is the State of the In-person Conference? 17:04 Outro and Plugs The post MergePHP with Logan Lindquist appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Deep Diving PHP Security
php[architect]
by John Congdon
2w ago
Bad news first, php[tek] 2024 is over. Good news, you don’t have to listen to us talk about php[tek] 2024 as much anymore. php[tek] 2025, however, is just around the corner, and there is no time like the present to put the bug in your supervisor’s ear about attending. The post Deep Diving PHP Security appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Community Corner: Keith “Danger” Casey
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1M ago
In this episode, Scott talks to Keith “Danger” Casey about being called “Danger”, his talks at php[tek] 2024, and the benefits of going to conferences.  Links: caseysoftware.com LinkedIn Learning – https://www.linkedin.com/learning/instructors/keith-casey Tickets to php[tek] 2024 – http://tinyurl.com/tek-2024-tickets The post Community Corner: Keith “Danger” Casey appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Community Corner: Mark Niebergall
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1M ago
In this episode, Scott talks to Mark Niebergall about his talks at php[tek] 2024, preparing to do a 3-hour tutorial track talk, his work as a PHP-FIG Secretary, and the current opening as a PHP-FIG Secretary.  Links: PHP-FIG: www.php-fig.org Tickets to php[tek] 2024 – http://tinyurl.com/tek-2024-tickets The post Community Corner: Mark Niebergall appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Community Corner: Nils Adermann
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1M ago
In this video, Scott talks to Nils Adermann about composer, Private Packagist, and Nil’s talk at php[tek] 2024.  Links: Private Packagist – https://packagist.com/ Tickets to php[tek] 2024 – http://tinyurl.com/tek-2024-tickets The post Community Corner: Nils Adermann appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Community Corner: James Seconde
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1M ago
In this video, Scott talks to James Seconde about what services Vonage provides developers and his talks at php[tek] 2024. Links: Tickets to php[tek] 2024 – http://tinyurl.com/tek-2024-tickets The post Community Corner: James Seconde appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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Community Corner: Tim Lytle
php[architect]
by Eric Van Johnson
1M ago
In this video, Scott talks to Tim Lytle about tips for new conference attendees and his talk on Docker at php[tek] 2024.  Links: Dev Friday Show – https://devfridayshow.com/ Tickets to php[tek] 2024 – http://tinyurl.com/tek-2024-tickets The post Community Corner: Tim Lytle appeared first on php[architect ..read more
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World Community
php[architect]
by John Congdon
1M ago
In our industry, you can’t be too set in your ways. You have to always be open to learning. You keep learning, or you fall behind. That’s not to say some of us older developers in the industry can’t teach new people some old tricks that are still relevant. Whether you’re new to the game and writing your first “Hello World,” or you’re a seasoned developer with battle scars in a Git repository to prove it, you should never pass up the opportunity to sit down with others in your industry and talk about ideas, patterns, and challenges. This has always been a challenge for me. I’m not very social ..read more
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