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Welcome to the official podcast of php[architect] the industry's leading tech magazine and publisher focused on PHP and web development. Join us to listen to the latest news and tech talk from our conferences, the magazine, and wider PHP community. Subscribe today at phparch.com to see what the leaders in the community and industry and talking about.

    Type hints, SOLID programming, burn out, and more

    Type hints, SOLID programming, burn out, and more

    Listen to Eric, John, and Oscar discuss the articles in the November 2020 issue, SOLID Foundations

    Topics Covered



    * OSMI 2020 Mental Health in Tech Survey.

    * Practical uses for scalar type hints in PHP.

    * SOLID principles for programming.

    * The peculiarities of floating point math and handling money calculations as a result.

    * Using locks to prevent race conditions.

    * Podcasts to listen to related to PHP and web development.

    * Using __debugInfo() to keep secrets safe.

    * Preventing burn out.

    * and more (as usual)



     

    • 33 min
    Editor Bytes – SOLID Foundations

    Editor Bytes – SOLID Foundations

    Editor-in-chief Oscar Merida looks into the November 2020 issue, SOLID Foundations.

    • 5 min
    Asynchronous programming, testing, race conditions, mental health in tech, and more

    Asynchronous programming, testing, race conditions, mental health in tech, and more

    Listen to Eric, John, and Oscar discuss the articles in the October 2020 issue, Running Parallel.

    Topics Covered



    * OSMI 2020 Mental Health in Tech Survey.

    * Asynchronous PHP with Swoole.

    * Scaling and other use cases for serverless tasks, like file uploads.

    * This month’s puzzle on cleaning up directions.

    * Paying down technical debt with unit tests.

    * Finding and fixing race conditions.

    * Setting headers to harden your web application with Mozilla Observatory.

    * WSL, homestead, and developing on Windows using Linux tools.

    * and more (as usual)



     

    • 46 min
    Interview with Demin Yin on Swoole

    Interview with Demin Yin on Swoole

    Demin Yin, evangelist for Swoole, joins Eric Van Johnson and John Congdon to talk about the project and more.

    Topics Covered



    * Writing event-driven, non-blocking PHP applications.

    * Supporting for asynchronous programming and concurrent processes.

    * Performance of Swoole for handling millions of requests.

    * Taking advantage of extensions to add new features or improve performance.

    * Integrations with PHP frameworks like Laminas.

    * Swoole as an HTTP server and in embedded devices.

    * Getting started with HTML, CSS, and other dynamic languages for web development.

    • 31 min
    Editor Bytes – Parallel Running

    Editor Bytes – Parallel Running

    Editor-in-chief Oscar Merida looks into the October 2020 issue, Parallel Running.

    • 4 min
    Middleware, Serializing Objects,

    Middleware, Serializing Objects,

    This episode looks at the September 2020 issue, Under the Scope.

    Topics covered



    * Using middleware, especially in legacy applications.

    * Use cases for serializing PHP objects.

    * Cleaning up directions and cleaning up data sets.

    * Development tools you should have, like Mailhog and ngrok.

    * Development environments with WSL and Docker.

    * Using Mozilla Observatory to assess site security.

    * Decoupling and design patterns for sustainable PHP.

    * PHP’s release maintainers.

    * Digging into how autoloading works and improves the developer experience.

    * Formation of the PHP-FIG at php[tek] in 2009.

    • 36 min

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