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Voices of the ElePHPant Podcast:
Interview with Joe Devon
May 22, 2012 @ 11:57:27

The Voices of the ElePHPant podcast has released their latest episode, an interview with a member of the Los Angeles PHP community, Joe Devon.

Cal's "three questions"

  • What is "Global Accessibility Awareness Day" and how did it turn out?
  • Tell us the good and bad parts about selecting talks for a conference.
  • Tell us what you're doing as an independent developer and what advice do you have for someone wanting to go out on their own?

You can listen to this latest episode either via the in-page player, by downloading the mp3 or by subscribing to their feed.

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Stubbles Blog:
Traits for PHP
February 20, 2008 @ 11:17:00

On the Stubbles blog, Frank Kleine has pointed out a proposal from Stefan Marr to include functionality for traits in PHP.

As a language construct within PHP it would be very easy to do the same, but easier to learn and to use. Beside some keyword issues (the RFC uses "use" as keyword, but this will of course conflict with namespaces) I'm wondering what this will have an impact on reflection - the RFC stays unclear about this.

A trait is a free-floating chink of functionality that, instead of being confined to a class (or file) that has to be called on to use it, exists where the developer can use it from anywhere at any time. This helps solve some of the issues with single inheritance in PHP.

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Aaron Wormus' Blog:
PHPBB on list of Best Open Source Websites
January 10, 2006 @ 06:36:49

Via this post on Aaron Wormus' blog today, there's a link to an article over on The Independent.

At first my intelligence was insulted [that phpBB made the list of Best Open Source Websites], but then I saw the subtitle of the article:

Ana Kronschnabl and Tomas Rawlings pick the best open source websites where users can change the content

and then, while obviously not in the way the authors had intended it, it made perfect sense.

Some of the other sites/software (non-PHP) makes up for its inclusion in the list, including: Wikipedia, Firefox, GIMP, and SourceForge...

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