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PHP Town Hall:
Episode 18 PHPDBG, HHVM and Internals
January 30, 2014 @ 09:15:19

The PHP Town Hall podcast has released their latest episode today - Episode #18, "PHPDBG, HHVM and Internals". This time the lineup includes Sara Golemon, a developer on the HHVM project, and Joe Watkins, a developer on the PHPDBG project.

Joe Watkins and Sara Golemon join Phil to make one hell of an episode. These two are not only core contributors to PHP, but are behind a lot of RFCs and decisions that make PHP considerably better. We talk about a whole bunch of awesome stuff, including progress of the named parameters RFC - and the chances of it making in, the new accepted PHP 5.6 feature PHPDBG and what it means for you, HHVM and its relationship to "The PHP", wether PHP should have a spec for implementations of the language, and a whole bunch of other stuff.

You can listen to this latest interview in a few different ways - you can either listen with the in-page player, download the mp3 or you can watch the video of the live Google Hangouts recording.

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