These days everybody uses their smartphone and social media to communicate with people.
How often do people still have actual conversations? The art of a good conversation seems
to be a dying art. Some of the best conversations happen by the campfire, when there is hardly
any distraction. This podcast will bring you just that: conversations. A conversation between
two people. No scripts, just two people talking to eachother. By the campfire is published on
an irregular basis.
PHPBenelux part 3
In the last of the three sessions at PHPBenelux, I sat down with Cal and Oleksii to talk about the community, contributing, PHPStorm and the celebrations for 25 years of PHP.
PHPBenelux part 2
The second of three episodes recorded at PHPBenelux 2020. This time with Joop Lammerts, Thomas Berends and Chris Riley speaking about contributing to PHP, what makes a good conference and building your own framework. And more!
PHPBenelux part 1
I visited PHPBenelux and sat down for three seperate recording sessions. In this first session I talk to Kat, Boas and Martijn about conferences, manager-less companies, tribes, pull requests, mistakes, games and more.
Bonus: WeCamp 2019
At WeCamp2019 I sat down around an actual campfire with some of the people on the island to talk about WeCamp, learning, communication, playing instruments, baby shark, connecting things and more. At some point marriage is even being compared to WeCamp. Curious? Have a listen!
005: Improving yourself one step at a time
The first regular episode of this podcast with not one but two guests. Jeroen de Jong and Jelrik van Hal have both gone through the process of switching careers, and that's one of the things we talk about. We also discuss the Dutch Black Pete tradition, talk about improving ourselves and picking up whatever work that needs to be done.
Some of the things discussed: The Braintoss app and The Obstacle Is The Way book.
Bonus: Dutch PHP Conference 2019
Dutch PHP Conference is the PHP conference for The Netherlands. In the uncon track, a bunch of the DPC speakers and attendees sat down for a nice conversation. Uncon co-host Ross Tuck then decided to mix things up a bit by switching those were sitting at a microphone, for added fun (and valuable information).