PHP Abstract Podcast Episode 41: Zend Framework 1.8

May 6, 2009

Zend Framework

Episode 041: “Zend Framework 1.8″

Guest:
Matthew Weier O’Phinney
Topic:
Zend Framework 1.8
Release Date:
5/6/2009

Welcome to PHP Abstract: The Podcast for PHP Developers, by PHP Developers

In this episode I interview Matthew Weier O’Phinney, recently promoted to Project Lead of Zend Framework for Zend Technologies, to find out about all the new features in Zend Framework 1.8. He talks about Zend_Tool, Zend_Application, and much more.

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7 Responses to “PHP Abstract Podcast Episode 41: Zend Framework 1.8”

  1. wallylawless Says:

    Thanks for fixing the feed, I was pleasantly surprised to see this download pop up in iTunes this morning.

    Cheers,
    Wally

  2. eliwhite Says:

    My apologies for the broken feed, Feedburner got misconfigured. I’ve fixed it now and everything should be working fine. (If your iTunes hasn’t updated yet, it should soon)

  3. failpunk Says:

    I can second the fact that the iTunes subscription is currently broken.

    It also looks as if they are not going to fix it any time soon either.
    That’s a pity, I would very-much like to listen.

  4. wallylawless Says:

    I have been trying to subscribe to this podcast in iTunes but it seems that your feed is broken. In iTunes the podcast shows up as ‘Unknown Tag’ with no episodes listed.

    I would love to listen in if you can fix this issue.

    Thanks,
    Wally

  5. eliwhite Says:

    Yes, for some reason, the Flash Player is causing some nastiness on this file. Looking into it.

  6. nsbucky Says:

    its just the flash player it seems, the download version (which I assume the flash player is playing) is actually fine. disaster averted!

  7. nsbucky Says:

    Maybe its just me but the mp3 has some gnarly audio artifacts in it