Author: Manuel Lemos
Updated on: 2017-07-26
Posted on: 2017-06-22
Categories: Lately in PHP Podcast
This was one of the main topics discussed by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins on the episode 84 of the Lately in PHP podcast.
In this episode they also talked about the Raspberry PI PHP extension, using NULL parameters in PDO queries, and the evolution of support of SSL/TLS connections from PHP code.
They also talked about PHP tutorial articles on using a digital document signature platform, managing cloud servers automatically from PHP and how Hired is helping developers to get better jobs without waiting for you to go after them.
This article also contains a podcast summary as a 3 minute video of the summary.
Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or the summary video to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.
Podcast Summary (2:47)
PHP 7.0.19, 7.1.5 released (5:59)
PHP Hybrid VM to Make Small PHP Benchmarks 1.5 Faster (8:43)
Raspberry Pi PHP Extension (16:44)
RFC: Deprecate PDO::PARAM_NULL (23:12)
RFC: Improved SSL / TLS constants (27:24)
Digital Document Management with Eversign SAAS (33:09)
How to use the everSign eSignature SAAS Document Management PHP API (36:48)
A Better Way to Find Your Next Job (41:55)
How to Manage a Cloud Based Hosting Structure with PHP (43:26)
PHP Innovation Award Winners of March 2017 (53:22)
PHP Innovation Award Rankings of 2017 (59:05)
Download Size: 57MB Listeners: 1079
Introduction music Harbour used with explicit permission from the author Danilo Ercole, from Curitiba, Brazil
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