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Three Devs & A Maybe Podcast:
Laravel, Code Bright and PHPandas with Dayle Rees
June 26, 2014 @ 12:03:31

Three Devs & A Maybe has posted their latest episode, Episode #31: Laravel, Code Bright and PHPandas with Dayle Rees. In it special guest Dayle Rees, Laravel evangelist and author.

This episode we are very lucky to be joined by Dayle Rees, to discuss all things PHP, Laravel and Colour Schemes. Starting off conversation with how he got into PHP, we move on to his initial introduction to the Laravel framework - and his involvement during the development of versions 3 and 4. From there we touch upon his very popular text-editor colour schemes project, and how the Code Happy/Bright books came about. Finally, we discuss his new book 'PHPandas' which is currently being written, targeted at absolute beginners to software development.

They talk about a good range of topics including David's upcoming book, color scheme previews, Swift programming and a tutorial covering Dependency Injection and Lazy Initialization using Pimple. You can listen to this latest podcast either through the in-page player or by downloading the mp3.

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