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WebDevRadio:
Episode 108: New Ruby, Regex and my Framework Security Rant(tm)
Feb 27, 2013 @ 09:59:09

Michael Kimsal has just released the latest episode of his WebDevRadio podcast series, Episode 108: "New Ruby, Regex and my Framework Security Rant(tm)". His framwork security comments are related to PHP frameworks and why almost none of them seem to come with security features already included.

Ruby 2 was just released, and the new ‘refinements’ feature presents some interesting challenges for JRuby and just about anyone wanting to read Ruby code. Brief chat about the regex security affecting Rails back in January, but more broadly speaking, what does this say about regex in general? Should we embrace it, or find better alternatives? Finally, I’ve got a new blog post up about web framework security – why do (almost) no web frameworks ship with security baked-in?

The podcast references some of the thoughts from his recent post about framework security. You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page player or by downloading the mp3.

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WebDevRadio:
Episode #105 - Font tools, design thoughts, parallel deployment & my Florida road trip
Dec 17, 2012 @ 11:48:09

The latest episode of WebDevRadio has been posted - Episode #105, "Font tools, design thoughts, parallel deployment, and my Florida road trip".

Hello all from sunny Florida :) Recently discovered jquery validation plugin only 6 years too late, and have found some tools that work in conjunction with it, including Pajama, a PHP library. Also have some links to font combination articles and tools, and have recently been using "parallel deployment" in Tomcat 7.

The Pajama PHP library does "hybrid validation" and follows the rules of the jQuery validation plugin but for the server side. You can listen to this latest episode either through the in-page player or by downloading the mp3. You can also subscribe to their feed to get the latest shows.

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WebDevRadio:
Episode 95:Jeff Carouth Interview from Zendcon 2011
Jan 20, 2012 @ 10:57:11

The WebDev Radio podcast has released their latest episode today - an interview with Jeff Carouth (@jcarouth) from last year's ZendCon conference:

I chatted with Jeff Carouth about his day to day worklife as a PHP guy (among other things) at Texas A and M. Learn the A and M mascot name, Jeff's favorite design pattern, and more.

You can listen to this latest episode either via the in-page player or by downloading the mp3 directly.

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WebDevRadio:
Episode 94: Keith Casey Interview from Zendcon 2011
Dec 05, 2011 @ 09:15:10

On the WebDevRadio podcast, Michael Kimsal has posted an interview with Keith Casey from this year's ZendCon 2011 conference.

I got a chance to sit down with (the legend) Keith Casey. Keith's well known in the PHP community with his web2project project (among other things) and is now poised to be a greater force in the worlds of Twilio and the Austin tech scene. Volume is a little quiet here, so turn it up to hear Keith's words of wisdom.

You can listen to the episode either via the in-page player or by downloading the mp3 directly to listen at your leisure.

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WebDev Radio:
Episode 76: Lithium Framework for PHP
Apr 30, 2010 @ 11:16:39

In the latest episode of the WebDev Radio podcast, Michael Kimsal talks with two members of the Lithium framework development team, Nate Abele and Garrett Woodworth.

I had a great chinwag with Nate Abele and Garrett Woodworth of the Lithium project - a new framework for PHP 5.3. Try as I might to inject Groovy and Grails in to the conversation, we kept coming back to PHP :) Curious about Lithium? Take a listen to see if their philosophy is for you.

You can listen to the podcast in a few different ways - either through the in page player, by downloading the mp3 or by subscribing to the feed in your favorite aggregator.

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Episode 49: Brian Moon at the MySQL User Conference
May 05, 2008 @ 11:19:03

Michael Kimsal has release the last podcast of his MySQL Conference series of interviews with other attendees. In this episode, he interviews Brian Moon of the Phorum project (employed at DealNews.com).

Brian was kind enough to review both of his presentations which go in to great detail about the scaling issues he's faced both with DealNews.com and the Phorum forum software project (which recently turned 10 years old!) [...] Thanks to Brian for going over things in such detail!

You can download this latest episode from the WebDevRadio site as well as check out Brian's slides from his MySQL conference presentation.

tagged: webdevradio brianmoon phorum mysqlcon2008 dealnews

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Episode 40 - Listener questions
Nov 23, 2007 @ 12:20:32

The latest episode of WebDevRadio has been posted (by Michael Kimsal) - some responses to listener questions that have been sent to him.

The latest webdevradio podcast is up. One of the topics is a question for listeners about PHP learning resources; specifically, what are some good resources to learn PHP OO? I also ask about what listeners would recommend to someone just getting in to the webdev field these days - .net, java, ruby, php, something else?

You can either subscribe to their feed to get this (and future episodes) or just get the mp3 only. He also has a web player on the post to listen there as well.

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WebDevRadio:
Episode 40 - Listener questions
Nov 23, 2007 @ 12:20:32

The latest episode of WebDevRadio has been posted (by Michael Kimsal) - some responses to listener questions that have been sent to him.

The latest webdevradio podcast is up. One of the topics is a question for listeners about PHP learning resources; specifically, what are some good resources to learn PHP OO? I also ask about what listeners would recommend to someone just getting in to the webdev field these days - .net, java, ruby, php, something else?

You can either subscribe to their feed to get this (and future episodes) or just get the mp3 only. He also has a web player on the post to listen there as well.

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Michael Kimsal's Blog:
Latest podcast (WebDevRadio)
Jul 11, 2007 @ 10:12:00

Michael Kimsal mentions the posting of his latest show for his podcast - WebDevRadio, episode #34:

[This show contains a] quick overview of upcoming interviews, and mentions of the projectzero webdev project from IBM, Sheeri Kritzer’s OurSQL podcast, my upcoming SOLR presentation @ OSCON, and a bit more.

Also included in this show is a look at a PHP4->PHP5 XML wrapper that looks to take care of some of the transition of XML functionality when making the move between PHP4 and PHP5.

You can grab this latest show here or subscribe to the feed and get more shows, both past and future.

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Michael Kimsal's Blog:
Latest podcast (WebDevRadio)
Jul 11, 2007 @ 10:12:00

Michael Kimsal mentions the posting of his latest show for his podcast - WebDevRadio, episode #34:

[This show contains a] quick overview of upcoming interviews, and mentions of the projectzero webdev project from IBM, Sheeri Kritzer’s OurSQL podcast, my upcoming SOLR presentation @ OSCON, and a bit more.

Also included in this show is a look at a PHP4->PHP5 XML wrapper that looks to take care of some of the transition of XML functionality when making the move between PHP4 and PHP5.

You can grab this latest show here or subscribe to the feed and get more shows, both past and future.

tagged: podcast webdevradio xml php4 php5 wrapper overview podcast webdevradio xml php4 php5 wrapper overview

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