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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/

Community News:
Laracon EU 2013 Session Videos Posted
October 15, 2013 @ 12:55:14

If you wanted to attend the Laracon EU that happened in Amsterdam back in August but weren't able to make it, there's good news. They've started posting the videos of the sessions recorded at the event.

The sessions they've added at the time of this post are:

There were more great speakers and sessions at the event, so keep checking back for more as they're added.

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Link: http://laracon.eu/2013/talks/

William Durand:
From STUPID to SOLID Code!
August 01, 2013 @ 12:45:11

William Durand has a new post to his site sharing not only the slides from his recent presentation on SOLID vs STUPID code but the same content written out. It provides a great overview of the two concepts and some examples of what to avoid. There's also a recording of the session you can listen to via the in-page player.

Last week I gave a talk about Object-Oriented Programming at Michelin, the company I am working for. I talked about writing better code, from STUPID to SOLID code! STUPID as well as SOLID are two acronyms, and have been covered quite a lot for a long time. However, these mnemonics are not always well-known, so it is worth spreading the word.

In the following, I will introduce both STUPID and SOLID principles. Keep in mind that these are principles, not laws. However, considering them as laws would be good for those who want to improve themselves.

He starts with the STUPID concepts first - Singleton, Tight Coupling, Untestability, Premature Optimization, Indescriptive Naming and Duplication. He goes through each of these and explains why they're bad things to have in your code. He then gets into the SOLID ideals - Single Responsibility Principle, Open/Closed Principle, Liskov Substitution Principle, Interface Segregation Principle and Dependency Inversion Principle. These are a bit more complex to understand but he does a good job (complete with code snippets) of each. The slides for his presentation are also included but they're just a high level look at the same concepts from the article.

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Link: http://williamdurand.fr/2013/07/30/from-stupid-to-solid-code

/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

Magnolia CMS:
Recording Connect PHP Applications with Magnolia CMS through PHPCR
March 14, 2013 @ 11:17:08

Vikram Vaswani passed on a link to a recording of a webcast the folks over at Liip did about using the PHPCR (content repository for PHP) along with the Magnolia CMS.

PHPCR enables developers to use Magnolia CMS within a PHP application. Common scenarios include editing Magnolia CMS pages and creating or updating CMS page properties through a PHP front-end. With PHPCR and the PHP Jackalope implementation, PHP developers can interface with Jackrabbit, the JCR implementation in Magnolia CMS and can connect their Web applications with Magnolia CMS without any special Java training or knowledge.

You'll need to register to view the webinar, but it's an interesting look at integrating this (PHPCR) with a major system to house its content.

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Qafoo.com:
Black Magic with Regular Expresions
November 29, 2012 @ 10:21:47

If you've been mystified by regular expressions in the past and want to learn more about their effective use, you should check out these two webcasts from Qafoo - "Black Magic with Regular Expressions" and "Understanding Regular Expressions".

We are happy to announce the availability of my second Regular Expression webinar recording. It was a fun event, which I used to explain all the attendees a little bit more about the PCRE Regular Expression engine available in PHP and some other languages. I am covering some slightly advanced topics, like subpattern options, unicode and backtracking aka. greediness and performance.

You can watch these two recordings over on the Zend.com site:

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Ibuildings Blog:
DPCRadio A Quickstart to Zend Framework 2
November 01, 2012 @ 12:09:23

On the Ibuildings blog today they've posted the most recent episode from their recordings at the Dutch PHP Conference (2012) with Enrico Zimual's talk A Quickstart on Zend Framework 2.

In this talk we will present a simple web application built with Zend Framework 2. We will show the new features of the framework, such as the new MVC layer, the Event Manager, the Dependency Injection and much more. The aim of this talk is how to start programming with the new architecture of ZF2. Moreover, we will show the differences with the version 1 of the framework and how to migrate applications from ZF1 to ZF2.

You can listen to this latest episode either via the in-page player, by downloading the mp3 or by subscribing to get this and future episodes.

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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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Engine Yard:
The Future of PHP PEAR and Pyrus Webcast Recording
November 23, 2011 @ 18:05:10

If you missed out on the Future of PEAR/Pyrus webcast event put on by Engine Yard, you're in luck - they've posted a recording of the event.

In this panel discussion, we tackle topics including the direction PEAR and Pyrus will be going in the next few years, obstacles that may be on the horizon, and more.

PEAR is the package library of standardized packages for a variety of common development tasks. Pyrus is a new package manager to make installing and maintaining PEAR packages simpler. Engine Yard's next webcast will cover the Lithium framework with core contributors Nate Abele, Garrett Woodworth, and John Anderson on December 1st.

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