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Three Devs & A Maybe Podcast:
virtPHP with Jacques Woodcock and Ben Ramsey
May 22, 2014 @ 11:08:05

The Three Devs & a Maybe poscast has posted their latest episode, #25, featuring an interview with Jacques Woodcock and Ben Ramsey about the VirtPHP project (among other things).

This week we are very lucky to have Jacques Woodcock and Ben Ramsey from the virtPHP project on the podcast. Similar in nature to Python's 'virtualenv', virtPHP is a tool for creating and managing multiple isolated PHP environments on a single machine. Currently command-line support on *nix based-systems is complete, however, during the show we touch on the challenges in-regard to SAPI support. We then move on to discuss the interesting paths each took to get into development, followed up finally with the weekly quiz.

Other topics discussed include the discussions around the "demise of TDD", php[tek]/php[architect], the PHPNG patch, PHP The Right Way and many others. You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page player or by downloading the mp3 directly.

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