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The podcast your mother warned you about. Ramblings of a few overworked PHP Developers. We discuss everything, from the challenges and excitement of running our small business and development shop the DiegoDev Group, to general day to day coding projects, to anything geek related or any other tech topics.

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    147: Unlicensed Software

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Stack Overflow Developer Survey 2019 Storybook: UI component workshop for frontend developers npm-license-crawler - npm PHP 7 Null Coalescing Operator Wikileaks co-founder Julian Assange arrested https://www.zdnet.com/google-amp/article/apache-web-server-bug-grants-root-access-on-shared-hosting-%E2%80%A6 Command-line interface / Commands - Composer Microsoft announces it will shut down ebook program and confiscate its customers' libraries

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    146: #[email protected] Batman

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    PHP: rfc:jit Introducing Apple Card — Coming Summer 2019 Apple Announces Their AppleTV+ Streaming Service and Here Are Some Videos and Details r/PHP - PSR-14, Event Dispatcher, has been accepted WI-FI 6, Why it's the BIGGEST update to Wi-Fi EVER! - 802.11ax Episode 41: State Machines and Rocket League | Dads In Development VSCode In The Cloud! - Setup a Remote Dev Environment - YouTube Love, Death, and Robots Reliable GitHub repository backup, set up in minutes.

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    145:Breakfast with a Listener

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Laravel 5.8 update breaks third-party composer libraries · Issue #27949 · laravel/framework Unique Rule SQL Injection Warning - The Laravel Blog Be Careful: Laravel 5.8 Added bigIncrements As Defaults - Laravel Daily Security researchers reveal defects that allow wireless hijacking of giant construction cranes, scrapers and excavators

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    144: Popular with the teens

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Shift: Shift is all about streamlining your workflow, like a boss. Secure, Fast & Private Web Browser with Adblocker | Brave Browser Notion The Hottest Chat App for Teens Is … Google Docs Write yourself a Git! Upgreyyed Internet Pi Day - Wikipedia

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    143:Coding Pajama Party

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Digital Signatures in PDFs Are Broken - Schneier on Security Facebook Promises More Enhanced Privacy And Other Features : NPR Microsoft Edge lets Facebook run Flash code behind users' backs | ZDNet WebAuthn demo It Doesn't Have to Be Crazy at Work: Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson: 9780062874788: Amazon.com: Gateway Amazon.com: Remote: Office Not Required (9780804137508): Jason Fried, David Heinemeier Hansson: Books https://diego.dev/ Laracon Online 2019 | The official worldwide Laravel online conference Retiring PHP's Mirror Program - Externals Firefox is getting more browser fingerprinting protection courtesy of Tor Browser's "letterboxing" technique I am no longer maintaining IronQueue

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    140: A Valentines Disaster

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Laravel 5.8 Deprecates String and Array Helpers - Laravel News I went out and had fun and made new friends Pledge - Safe Face Pledge Germany just deleted Facebook

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    139: Tom rants, Eric crashes, John gives up

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    SequelPro is open source and it feels like abandon ware and crashes— Taylor Otwell ⚗️ (@taylorotwell) January 22, 2019 PHP: rfc:jit PHP: rfc:consistent_function_names PHP-7.4 branched, master is PHP 8.0 - Externals Amazon Video vs Netflix (WTF) Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them – TechCrunch Now Your Groceries See You, Too Kodi v18 (Leia) changelog - Official Kodi Wiki

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    138: The Case of the Tainted Phar

    This week, Eric, Thomas, and John discuss:

    Implement ??= operator · php/[email protected] PHP: rfc:ffi Wow, fancy that. Web ad giant Google to block ad-blockers in Chrome. For safety, apparently Nikita Popov joins PhpStorm Team AWS, MongoDB, and the Economic Realities of Open Source DHS Issues Emergency Directive on DNS Security The Xdebug Experience — Derick Rethans Someone Hacked PHP PEAR Site and Replaced the Official Package Manager It's Now Clear None of the Supposed Benefits of Killing Net Neutrality Are Real

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