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PHP Town Hall:
Episode #15 The Joomla Framework and the Ongoing History of PSR-4
November 14, 2013 @ 11:50:51

The PHP Town Hall podcast has released their latest episode today - Episode 15, "The Joomla Framework and the Ongoing History of PSR-4". This time they've made both the audio and the video available (it was recorded live via Google Hangout).

The wonderfully handsome Don Gilbert joins us on our new YouTube Channel for our first live-recording of PHP Town Hall! He's been working on the Joomla Framework to get it up to scratch with modern standards ready for a Joomla CMS rewrite, much in the same way that EllisLab pulled CodeIgniter out of ExpressionEngine...except for the standards bit, because they didn't exist and PHP developers were too busy clubbing each other to death over tabs v spaces.

You can listen to this latest podcast in a few different ways - either watching the video from YouTube, downloading the mp3 directly or you can use the in-page players for either. If you like the podcast, be sure to subscribe to their feed too.

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Link: http://phptownhall.com//blog/2013/11/13/episode-15-joomla-fig-psr4/

SitePoint PHP Blog:
Building a Live-score Widget Using PHP Web Sockets
October 17, 2013 @ 10:11:42

On the SitePoint PHP blog there's a new post from Lukas White about using PHP and web sockets to create a "live score" widget to include in your site.

The introduction of web sockets makes it possible for web applications to handle near real-time data without resorting to "hacks" such as long-polling. One example of an application requiring up-to-the-minute data is sports scores. Even now, many websites which display this information use Flash applications, since Actionscript provides the facility to communicate over socket-based connections. However, web sockets allow us to replicate this functionality using only HTML and Javascript. That's what we're going to build in this tutorial, along with a lightweight "server" in PHP.

His example uses the Ratchet PHP library to provide the WebSockets functionality to the frontend script polling for the latest data. He helps you get the library installed and set up a simple directory structure for the example. He includes sample scripts for both the data provider (for the scores) and the WebSocket provider. He talks about maintaining the state of the data and shows how to pull out random data from a set of fixtures (pre-defined data) to send back to the frontend. The Javascript for the frontend script is also included.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/building-live-score-widget-using-php-web-sockets/

/Dev/Hell Podcast:
Episode 32 Tek13
June 07, 2013 @ 12:30:32

The /Dev/Hell podcast have release the episode they recorded live at the php|tek conference that happened earlier this year in Chicago. Hosts Chris Hartjes and Ed Finkler did the show one night following the day's sessions.

At this year's tek13 we did another live show. The difference this time is that we didn't have free booze, so turnout was a little low, but it was still super fun. We talked about hobbies we have outside of coding and how they impact our dev skills (hint: minimally), and what folks favorite talks at tek13 were. Probably other stuff too, but it's been a while and I forgot.

You can listen to this latest episode either though the in-page player or by downloding the mp3 directly. You can also subscribe to their feed for this and future episode updates.

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Link: http://devhell.info/post/2013-06-05/tek13

Community News:
ZendCon Keynotes Live Stream
October 23, 2012 @ 08:27:35

If you weren't able to make it to this year's ZendCon conference (happening right now in Santa Clara, CA) you can at least get a little taste of it though their live video stream of the keynotes.

There's five sessions they'll be sharing via the stream starting today and running through the 25th:

  • Opening Keynote - Andi Gutmans (Zend)
  • Open Source Cloud Technologies - Jimmy Guerrero (Red Hat, Inc.), Adrian Otto (Rackspace) and Peder Ulander (Citrix Systems)
  • The Media Industry and Moving to PHP - Raghu Bala (Source Interlink), Brent Pearson (UBM Technology)
  • PHP in the Cloud: Choice, Scale, Code, Simplify - Simone Brunozz (Amazon Web Services)
  • Zend Framework 2 - Practical Experience from the Trenches - Matthew Weier O`Phinney (Zend Technologies), Shawn Stratton (Discovery Communications, Inc.), Evan Coury (SouthwestMedical.com) and Mike Willbanks (CaringBridge)

The Opening Keynote starts at 8:30am PDT, so keep your eyes here for that broadcast.

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DevHell Podcast:
Episode 13 #tek12 or Something. I Don't Know
June 04, 2012 @ 10:19:50

The Dev/Hell podcast (as hosted by two PHP community members, Chris Hartjes and Ed Finkler) has posted their latest episode - Episode 13: #tek12 or Something. I Don't Know. (This episode was recorded live at this year's php|tek conference.)

This episode was recorded at the tek12 uncon in front of a live studio audience. We talk about pair programming, what we'd recommend to folks who want to start programming, the PHP-FIG & PSRs, and our favorite events from tek12. Also Chris punched Ed a couple times. It hurt. Video hosting for this episode is provided by WonderNetwork, who generate some really cool ping data. This was lots of fun, and we want to thank all the folks who came out and participated.

You can listen to this latest episode in a few different ways - using the in-page audio player, downloading the mp3, subscribing to their feed or grabbing the video of the live recording.

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PHPClasses.org:
Participate in the Lately in PHP podcast in Video with Google Hangouts
April 25, 2012 @ 12:25:15

PHPClasses.org is trying something new with their "Lately in PHP" podcast for this latest episode - they want you to be a part of it via a Google hangout.

The Google Hangouts On Air edition is not yet generally available to all Google+ users. However, thanks to the guides of the Google Top Contributor program, on which I have the pleasure and the privilege to participate, this feature was enabled on the PHP Classes site Google+ account. Therefore, starting the next episode, we are going to try recording the Lately in PHP podcast using the Google Hangouts On Air. This is still an experimental idea, but if all goes well, all the upcoming podcast episodes will be recorded this way.

Instructions are included in the post if you'd like to participate in the upcoming episode (recording time is yet to be determined).

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Community News:
EngineYard Hosts "Future of PHP" Live Panel - "PEAR & Pyrus"
November 07, 2011 @ 13:09:35

EngineYard, a company that recently merged with the PHP platform as a service provider Orchestra.io, has a new live panel podcast about the Future of PHP, specifically involving PEAR and Pyrus.

If you are a PHP developer using PEAR and Pyrus, we invite you to join us this week as we explore the future of PEAR and Pyrus. We'll be discussing issues such as where PEAR/Pyrus will be going in the next few years, what obstacles may be on the horizon, and how they're going to get where they're going.

The live panel, hosted by Elizabeth Naramore, will include experts from the two projects: David Coallier (President), Helgi Þormar Þorbjörnsson, Brett Bieber, and Till Klampäckel. There's still time to sign up to attend - the show happens on November 17th. To put your name in to be a part of the event, fill in the info here and you'll be sent more information about attending.

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DZone.com:
PHP UML generation from a live object graph
May 11, 2011 @ 10:19:47

On the PHP On Windows section of the DZone.com site Giorgio Sironi has a new post looking at the process (and script he's created) to create a UML diagram with PHP from a project's current class structure.

Sometimes you need to share a design with your colleagues. You can walk him through the code, and explain which classes and interfaces you created, but there are higher abstracted models that you can show to him to make him grasp the picture quickly. One of these tools is UML, and in particular class diagrams.

His script creates a UML diagram from a PHP object graph, a sort of "reverse engineering" of the current object's hierarchy and relationships. It creates definitions that Yuml.me can use to generate the image and does some handy things like following the path down N levels until it hits "the bottom" and the ability to ignore certain namespaces (like "Zend_" or "Doctrine_") to help limit things down to just your application. He includes a sample set of tests to show it in action as well as a resulting UML diagram generated from the PHPUnit structure.

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Community News:
PHP Community Conference Live Video Stream
April 21, 2011 @ 09:56:17

If you weren't able to make it to the PHP Community Conference, you're in luck! They're providing a live video stream from the event on OpenEvent.tv.

Check out today's schedule for more information what the sessions are and summaries of what they're about. This morning's sessions are tutorials from Lorna Mitchell (web services) and Matthew Weier O'Phinney (Mastering Zend Framework 2 Patterns).

You can also follow the official conference twitter account at @phpcomcon for the latest updates.

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php|architect:
Live! in Austin - Introducing in-person training from php|architect
April 06, 2011 @ 10:18:40

php|architect, the people behind the php|tek confernece, have announced a new training event they're holding in Austin to help you hone your OOP skills in a day-long class.

On Tuesday we launched a new initiative called php|architect Live! - a full-day, in-person training course that gives you practical and in-depth knowledge of a specific topic. But there is more: we don't want our Live! events to be "just training courses." We want them to be intimate learning experiences.

As mentioned, their first event happens in Austin on April 20th and will be taught by Keith Casey. The number of seats is limited (20) so if you're interested, check out the tickets page for a more detailed explanation of the class and to get your tickets ($250 USD).

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