Tag Archives: Podcasts

Episode 35: Unit Testing in Zend Framework 1.8

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Zend Framework 1.8 has improved and simplified how you can test your applications, providing you with excellent techniques to streamline your quality assurance processes and reduce your maintenance costs. Hear Michelangelo van Dam talk about how to best harness the unit testing features of Zend Framework.

ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Introducing Zend Framework 2.0

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Speakers: Ralph Schindler and Matthew Weier O'Phinney

Zend Framework has grown tremendously since the first public preview release in March 2006. Originally a slim, MVC framework with a number of standalone components, it has grown to a codebase more than 2M lines of code. Work now turns to version 2, with goals of increased simplicity and advanced PHP 5.3 usage.

ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Do You Queue?

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There has been a lot of talk over the past several years about the difference between performance and scalability. When talking about building a scalable application queuing is a concept that many PHP developers are not overly familiar with. In this talk we will demonstrate how you can use the Zend Server Job Queue to scale your application.

ZendCon 2010 Podcast – A New Approach To Object Persistence In PHP

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The object-relational impedance mismatch makes persisting PHP objects in a relational database a daunting task. How about these new schemaless NoSQL databases? We will have a look at the problems involved with persisting PHP objects, and introduce design patterns that help solving these problems. Putting the patterns to good use, we will build a working PHP object persistence solution for MongoDB.

ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Dependency Injection

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This session introduced one of the less-known design patterns in the PHP world, but also one that can greatly improve the decoupling and the testability of your code: Dependency Injection. I will demonstrate how to use Dependency Injection in your projects, and I will take advantage of the PHP 5.3 new features to create a fully-featured DI container live.

The ZendCon Sessions Episode 30: Introduction to CouchDB with PHP

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Welcome to the new, ZendCon 2009 edition of the ZendCon Sessions! The podcast that rebroadcasts sessions/talks from the last ZendCon PHP Conference. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2009 in San Jose, CA and features Shahar Evron giving his talk: “Introduction to CouchDB with PHP”

The ZendCon Sessions Episode 29: PHP – Faster And Cheaper. Scale Vertically with IBM i

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Welcome to the new, ZendCon 2009 edition of the ZendCon Sessions! The podcast that rebroadcasts sessions/talks from the last ZendCon PHP Conference. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2009 in San Jose, CA and features Sam Hennessey giving his talk: “PHP – Faster And Cheaper. Scale Vertically with IBM i”

The ZendCon Sessions Episode 28: PHP 5.3 == Awesome!

Welcome to the new, ZendCon 2009 edition of the ZendCon Sessions! The podcast that rebroadcasts sessions/talks from the last ZendCon PHP Conference. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2009 in San Jose, CA and features Ilia Alshanetsky giving his talk: “PHP 5.3 == Awesome!”

The ZendCon Sessions Episode 27: Security Centered Design

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Presenting the latest edition of The ZendCon Sessions. The podcast that rebroadcasts sessions/talks from the last ZendCon PHP Conference. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2008 in Santa Clara, CA and features Chris Shiflett giving his talk: “Security Centered Design”

The ZendCon Sessions Episode 26: Best Practices of PHP Development

Presenting the latest edition of The ZendCon Sessions. The podcast that rebroadcasts sessions/talks from the last ZendCon PHP Conference. This episode of The ZendCon Sessions was recorded live at ZendCon 2008 in Santa Clara, CA and features Mike Naberezny & Matthew Weier O’Phinney giving their tutorial: “Best Practices of PHP Development”