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  • Modern PHP, by Ben Ramsey
    that have come in PHP 5 5 as well as 5 4 and 5 3 modern PHP code no longer looks like the PHP code from years ago This talk will glimpse into PHP s past to see where we ve come from and how we got where we are today exploring how modern PHP applications are architected now to take full use of the newer features in PHP to

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/05/phptek-modern-php/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Contributing to Core, by Ben Ramsey
    this journey to contribute to the core can be daunting to user land developers unfamiliar with the landscape of the PHP internals It can be tough to navigate these seemingly uncharted waters but the recent move of the PHP source to Git has removed many of the old barriers Nevertheless there is a protocol involved and I d like to demystify the process in this talk explaining how to go

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/05/phptek-contributing-to-php-core/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Grokking HTTP, by Ben Ramsey
    web services everything we do as web developers has some relationship to this protocol To effectively create services that use the Web we need a deep understanding of HTTP This talk goes beyond a surface understanding of GET and 200 OK to explore how an intimate knowledge of HTTP can lead to more efficient applications utilizing the Web in a RESTful way This deeper dive version of this talk covers

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/04/lonestarphp-http/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Contributing to Core, by Ben Ramsey
    on this journey to contribute to the core can be daunting to user land developers unfamiliar with the landscape of the PHP internals It can be tough to navigate these seemingly uncharted waters but the recent move of the PHP source to Git has removed many of the old barriers Nevertheless there is a protocol involved and I d like to demystify the process in this talk explaining how to

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/04/lonestarphp-contributing-to-php-core/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Modern PHP, by Ben Ramsey
    the advances that have come in PHP 5 5 as well as 5 4 and 5 3 modern PHP code no longer looks like the PHP code from years ago This talk will glimpse into PHP s past to see where we ve come from and how we got where we are today exploring how modern PHP applications are architected now to take full use of the newer features in

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/03/atlphp-modern-php/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Modern PHP, by Ben Ramsey
    advances that have come in PHP 5 5 as well as 5 4 and 5 3 modern PHP code no longer looks like the PHP code from years ago This talk will glimpse into PHP s past to see where we ve come from and how we got where we are today exploring how modern PHP applications are architected now to take full use of the newer features in PHP

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2014/02/sunshinephp-modern-php/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Modern PHP, by Ben Ramsey
    have come in PHP 5 5 as well as 5 4 and 5 3 modern PHP code no longer looks like the PHP code from years ago This talk will glimpse into PHP s past to see where we ve come from and how we got where we are today exploring how modern PHP applications are architected now to take full use of the newer features in PHP to produce

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2013/10/zendcon-modern-php/ (2016-04-26)
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  • API First, by Ben Ramsey
    Feedback A recent theme among web creators is the notion of mobile first It s the idea that we should design first for the mobile experience Throw in the concepts of progressive enhancement and responsive design and we have some excellent approaches to interface design and development But where does that leave the overall software design How do we get all the data to the interface and manipulate it without building a lot of back end scripts to drive the various front end incarnations A centralized API will solve these problems but we re often scrambling to implement the mobile first strategy on top of existing code For good web software design it s time to start thinking in terms of API first In this talk Ben Ramsey pulls from his experience making APIs to discuss how you can begin projects with an API centric mindset and use this to your advantage to deliver software quickly more efficiently and with higher quality If you already have projects that began life without APIs then have no fear Ben will also share how to use the same principles to convert existing web applications to API backed software with some elbow grease of

    Original URL path: https://benramsey.com/talks/2013/10/zendcon-api-first/ (2016-04-26)
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