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ZendCon 2010 Podcasts

Earlier this year I started posting the recordings from ZendCon 2010 as podcasts. ¬†Unfortunately, as often happens, my time started to get eaten up by a bunch of other activities and I ended up stopping the posts. ¬†It wasn’t intentional, but, you know, things happen. What I’ve decided to do is just upload them allContinue Reading “ZendCon 2010 Podcasts”

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ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Pragmatic Guide to Git

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Travis Swicegood

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Git is hard; at least if you listen to the naysayers. Actually, you need to know a handful of commands to navigate Git successfully. This talk demystifies Git. Once we’re finished you’ll know everything you need to start using Git in your day-to-day projects and collaboratively with other developers..

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ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Unit Testing in Zend Framework 1.8

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Michelangelo van Dam

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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.

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The ZendCon Sessions are distributed under a creative commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 License, Please honor this license and the rights of our authors.

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ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Introducing Zend Framework 2.0

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Ralph Schindler (Penn) and Matthew Weier O’Phinney (Teller)

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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.

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ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Do You Queue?

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Kevin Schroeder

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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.

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

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Stefan Priebsch

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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.

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Podcasts are a-coming

Just a real quick note. I received the podcasts from ZendCon 2010 back in December and opened up a contest to let people choose which order they wanted to hear the sessions in. The order is in and I have already started posting them, starting with Dependency Injection. I would have done the Unit Testing after ZF 1.8 but Michelangelo is doing a webinar with us on the 19th, so I will post the recording of his ZendCon session afterwards.

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ZendCon 2010 Podcast – Dependency Injection

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Fabien Potencier

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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.

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