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/Dev/Hell Podcast:
Episode 64: Dogs Using iPads
Aug 17, 2015 @ 08:34:42

The /Dev/Hell podcast has posted their latest episode with hosts Chris Hartjes and Ed Finkler: Episode #64, Dogs Using iPads. This month they're joined by guest Joe Ferguson, a well-known developer and speaker in the PHP community.

We recorded this ep with special guest Joe Ferguson about a month ago, but all sorts of family stuff delayed the release of this and Episode 63 (which we just released last week). On this episode we talk canine gold farming, bald eagles and beavers, how Joe secretly controls NomadPHP MC, NomadJS, and MemphisPHP, whether you’re supposed to drink Magners over ice, and how great Chris Cornutt is. We talked about more stuff but I got tired of writing things down.

You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3 for listening at your leisure. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed too.

tagged: devhell podcast ep64 dog ipads

Link: http://devhell.info/post/2015-08-15/dogs-using-ipads/

Laravel Podcast:
Episode 24 - Dog At The Keyboard
Apr 01, 2015 @ 11:25:00

The Laravel Podcast has released their latest episode (#24) - Dog at the Keyboard.

In this episode, the crew discusses PHP 7, Browserify, and their favorite Mac applications.

A brief description but the show runs about 30 minutes and is hosted by Matt Stauffer and guests Taylor Otwell and Jeffrey Way. You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page audio player or by downloading the mp3. If you enjoy the show, be sure to subscribe to their feed and get the latest shows as they're released.

tagged: laravel podcast ep24 dog keyboard mattstauffer taylorotwell jefferyway

Link: http://www.laravelpodcast.com/episodes/9718-episode-24-dog-at-the-keyboard

SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP's "doggie" easter egg
Jan 09, 2006 @ 07:11:52

Spurred on by a post on digg.com over the weekend, Kevin Yank has listed out all of the "easter egg" images that are integrated into the actual PHP installation.

An apparent easter egg in some versions of PHP will display a picture of a dog when any PHP script is loaded with a particular query string.

This has been around awhile, but it's news to me.

If you're concerned about the security implications of revealing your PHP version to the masses, be sure to disable the expose_php option in your php.ini file, which also makes this easter egg go away.

While I agree that this is a "neat little toy" to discover with PHP, it does create some potential problems. Thankfully, though, it's easy enough to disable - though those on shared hosting environments might want to make a call to their hosts right now if they have critical apps on their account...

tagged: easter egg dog logo image april first easter egg dog logo image april first

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SitePoint PHP Blog:
PHP's "doggie" easter egg
Jan 09, 2006 @ 07:11:52

Spurred on by a post on digg.com over the weekend, Kevin Yank has listed out all of the "easter egg" images that are integrated into the actual PHP installation.

An apparent easter egg in some versions of PHP will display a picture of a dog when any PHP script is loaded with a particular query string.

This has been around awhile, but it's news to me.

If you're concerned about the security implications of revealing your PHP version to the masses, be sure to disable the expose_php option in your php.ini file, which also makes this easter egg go away.

While I agree that this is a "neat little toy" to discover with PHP, it does create some potential problems. Thankfully, though, it's easy enough to disable - though those on shared hosting environments might want to make a call to their hosts right now if they have critical apps on their account...

tagged: easter egg dog logo image april first easter egg dog logo image april first

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