Episode 9: Testing in Practice

by · April 20, 2018

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In this Episode Our hosts, Eric van Johnson and John Congdon dive into Testing in Practice and the April 2018 issue of php magazine and interview Robert Basic, one of the contributors to Mockery. Oscar talks about the importance of training for employees and rants against image slideshows.

Testing in Practice – April 2018

by · April 2, 2018

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PHP Unit, Mockery, Type Hints, Async PHP, building a REST API, training programs, PHP isolation and security, serverless computing, Laravel auth, and more.

Episode 8 – Long Running PHP

by · March 27, 2018

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Eric and John go over the March features about writing daemons with PHP, Linux containers beyond Docker, accessibility, code reviews, and interview Chris Pitt, about the community in South Africa and his article on Evolving PHP. Oscar shares his experience recently upgrading an application to PHP 7.

The Dev Lead Trenches: Reviewing Code

by · March 23, 2018

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Code reviews are one of the best ways to help a team ensure they’re writing the best code possible. In all of the jobs where we have done peer-lead code reviews, we have caught more bugs and had better discussions about code than in places or times where we just hammer code through the approval process. I know, I know; we all write beautiful, bug-free code, so why go through the hassle of a code review?

Long Running PHP – March 2018

by · March 1, 2018

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PHP Daemons, Evolving PHP, containers, accessibility, Lumen, code reviews, signing git commits, running a user group, and more.

Episode 7: Know Your Tools

by · February 28, 2018

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Eric and John discuss February articles on containers, tools, Drupal, Symfony, Search with Scout, and chat with new Education Station author Edward Barnard. Oscar talks with php[tek] conference co-chair Eli White about the new venue in downtown Atlanta.

Education Station: Shifting and Masking with a Side of Crypto

by · February 23, 2018

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The basics can be tricky. This month we take a careful walk-through of a few lines of cryptographic code in PHP. This leads us through the difference between ones’ complement and two’s complement representation. We achieve weirdness by combining logical AND with integer addition.

Know Your Tools – February 2018

by · February 1, 2018

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Containers, Drupal + Symfony, Evaluating Tools, Onboarding, Application Encryption, Laravel Scout, and more

Episode 6: Setting Up to Succeed

by · January 24, 2018

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Eric and John chat with Joe Ferguson about Laravel collections. They also discuss the January features on background processing with queues, securing your website, PHP Generators and more and more. Oscar looks at PHP support and RFCs coming in 2018.

PHP Sessions in Depth

by · January 19, 2018

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Sessions in PHP are often taken for granted. A session is a magic array which persists across page loads and holds user-specific data. It’s a fantastic and integral part of most web applications. But when misused, sessions can cause substantial security holes, performance and scalability problems, and data corruption. A deep understanding of sessions is vital to production web development in PHP.

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