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Campfire Coders

Austen Cameron & Jesse Leite

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Come sit by the fire with dudes nerdin' out about dev, keyboards, drums, drinks, and who knows what else! 🇺🇸: Austen Cameron (@austencam) 🇨🇦: Jesse Leite (@jesseleite85)
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Talking Businessly

Daniel Coulbourne & John Drexler

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We (John and Daniel) are co-founders of a small software development agency. This is a recording of our weekly "state of the company" call where we discuss the nitty gritty details of running our business day-to-day. Want to work with us? Reach out at thunk.dev
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The hallway track is the best place to discover new people in the Laravel scene. You'll hear conversations between people you already know, and get a fresh perspective and stories from people you don't.
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PHPUgly

Eric Van Johnson, John Congdon

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The podcast your mother warned you about. The ramblings of a few overworked PHP Developers. Here, we talk about the highs and lows of running a small business and development shop, from the mundane day-to-day coding projects to the thrilling discoveries of new solutions. Not only that, but we also discuss the latest trends in the tech world and geek culture so you can stay up to date with the ever-evolving tech landscape. It's the perfect place to find out what's going on in the world of web ...
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Artisans Podden

Mikko Lauhakari och Jonas Erlandsson

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This is a podcast by two web.dev dads in Sweden. We are very involved in running, maintaining and being a part of the Swedish Laravel community. That is where this podcast sprung from, the LaravelSE community. But we are about so much more than just Laravel, we also love frontend development, backend development, solution architecting, all things web, tech and gadgets. Besides talking about all of the things above, we also chitchat about being dads, life, hipster-ing and much more. Note: We ...
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Call It A Day

Christoph Rumpel

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🤷‍♂️ No one asked: What is it like being Christoph Rumpel? ✌️ Me: Glad you asked! This podcast is about my experiences as a developer and a one-person business owner.
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Torqd examines the tools and concepts that developers use on the job. We talk web frameworks, career choices, community events, industry news, and anything else that keeps the engine running.
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Matt Stauffer & Michael Dyrynda rebuilding a horrible legacy application "live" on the "air" using Laravel & VueJS. Halfway across the world from each other. http://github.com/mattstauffer/confomo
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PHP Town Hall

Ben Edmunds, Matt Trask

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PHP Town Hall is a podcast from Ben Edmunds and Matt Trask that raises questions about current events (or upcoming things) in the PHP community, with different guests each episode.
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Dear Unexpected Entrepreneurs is the new flagship podcast for Summit, a community for entrepreneurs looking to refine their idea or grow their businesses to the next level. An unexpected entrepreneur is an expert in their field, who has ambitious goals to innovate in their sector and push boundaries, which then, in turn, become their means for living and their own unique business. Their goal wasn’t always to build a business, but to fill a need in a sector they're passionate about.
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Webmyne is a leading web application development and mobile app development company based in India having a head office in Canada. We provide the services for custom software development and we are experts in Laravel, Full Stack, and Angular development. We are professionals in developing innovative websites, custom web applications as well as applications for Android and iOS and Digital Marketing. You can also hire a dedicated developer or a team for your projects if you want. Visit https:/ ...
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Foreign Devs Podcast

Victor Gonzalez, Jani Gyllenberg

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Two foreign developers discuss Laravel & PHP Development, the business of marketing, and more. About Victor Gonzalez Victor manages marketing for one of the nation's fastest growing boat manufacturers, a role that has seen him honored with the MMA Award for the Best Website in the Boating Industry. After hours, Victor produces web development tutorials at Coder's Tape, along with paid courses for Udemy. About Jani Gyllenberg Jani tackles business development and innovation at one of the nati ...
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Brian Casel hosts conversations with founder friends. We talk about startups, products, software, entrepreneurship, but also what's happening in our lives away from our screens and revenue graphs.
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Code Rush

Jay George, Rob de Kort

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A regular podcast about the challenges of front-end design & development in a fast-moving industry, with Jay George and Rob de Kort. We chat about industry news, workflow, favourite software, and everything else related to designing and developing websites.
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Navigating the literary landscape for you. Uncover the joy of reading with our carefully selected, top-tier book recommendations. 📖🌟 #BookCuration #Books #eBooks #Audiobooks #PDF #Kindle #Mobi #ePub Powered by Firstory Hosting
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The PHP Roundtable

PHP Roundtable, Eric Van Johnson

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The PHP Roundtable is a podcast of web developers discussing PHP, JavaScript, community, open source, and anything else PHP nerds care about. It is broadcast live from Google Hangouts On-Air. For complete show notes or to watch the episodes in video format visit PHPRoundtable.com. And join the conversation live! Just subscribe to the newsletter at www.phproundtable.com and never miss a live show.
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World Web Technology is one of the leading website designing & mobile application development company located in India, provides custom software development services worldwide. We are backed by a team of 70+ full-time resources who deliver high-quality business solutions to global clients spanning diverse industry verticals. We have successfully completed over 1000+ projects spanning a wide variety of organizations across a range of industries including Corporations, eCommerce Stores, Not-fo ...
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In this episode of the Laravel Podcast, we are diving into the highlights of Laracon EU including the unveiling of Laravel 11 and the introduction of Laravel Reverb. Taylor Otwell shares insights on the streamlined application structure and new features in Laravel 11. We also discuss the launch of Laravel Herd for Windows and Herd Pro, offering pow…
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Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. (02:47) - Streamed JSON Responses Added to Laravel 10.43 (08:23) - Laravel Reverb (14:02) - Herd 1.4.0 is now out with a pro version and Windows in the works (20:11) - Model Casts are moving to methods in Laravel 11 (22:12) - The once() Memoization…
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In this conversation, Ben interviews Caleb Porzio, the creator of AlpineJS and Laravel Livewire. The discussion ranges from discussions about life in general to specific testing practices and which notebook Caleb uses. Links Tuple.app - The best app for pair programming AlpineJS Laravel Livewire Caleb's VSCode Course Takeaways Apply core truths to …
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Ian & Aaron discuss morning people, PHP/Laravel origin stories, using ChatGPT to write blog posts, Diet Coke vs. Coke Zero, & more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - Morning Guy (07:39) - Reachability Crisis (11:15) - You Need One More Set (17:21) - Follow Up (26:32)…
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Shrimp, bagels, grannies pwning newbs, fantasy consoles, Alan Turing cameos, 'American Hand Egg', and data loss; This episode has it all! Links & Notes: Game dev Panic Playdate handheld console and SDK Godot game engine Creativity in the design of Comix Zone M*ckup (Part 2) ⚠️ Be careful with this software on macOS Ventura and Sonoma! ⚠️ Find us on…
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In this episode, Ben interviews Josh Pigford, founder of Maybe.co, about the company’s journey from VC-backed startup -> closed startup -> open source project -> funded open source project. They discuss JavaScript and Rails trade-offs, the challenges of building a personal finance software, and the operational difficulties of building a business ba…
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Links from the show: PHP[TEK] 2024 SensioLabs - Creator of Symfony - Here Are All the iPhone Changes Coming to EU Users by March 6 - MacRumors Apple on course to break all Web Apps in EU within 20 days - Open Web Advocacy iOS 17.4 Beta 1 Tidbits: EU App Store Updates, Cloud Gaming Apps, Podcast Transcripts and More - MacRumors Apple’s new extortion…
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Ian & Aaron discuss the joy of Diet Coke, Ian's deep dive into DTOs, Inertia vs. Livewire, & more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - Totally Zonked (04:46) - Little A (09:31) - Feedback (18:38) - Even More Feedback (29:29) - Laracon US Tickets (30:52) - Blade + Livew…
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Jake and Michael discuss another of Michael's podcasts, Ripples, setting up review sites on Laravel Forge with Ryan Chandler's Forge Previewer, and speaking and attending Laracon(s). Show links Ripples Ryan Chandler Forge Previewer Laracon US PHPTek Here’s why you should attend LaraconBy Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda
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I spoke to Kevin Powell, YouTuber and front-end CSS teacher about how he operates his YouTube content business and how he grew to over 800,000 subscribers. Brian and Kevin’s conversation was recorded on December 7th, 2023. Brian's update was recorded on January 21st, 2024. (00:00) - Teaching CSS to 800k YouTube Subscribers with Kevin Powell (07:45)…
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Continuing the series on Next.js, Aurooba and Brian take a look at a Next.js version of https://wpaudit.site complete with a login set up and ability to save your own checklist. A full transcript of the episode is available on the website. Watch the video podcast on YouTube and subscribe to our channel and newsletter to hear about episodes (and mor…
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Links from the show: Understanding Value Objects in PHP - Wendell Adriel GitHub - rectorphp/rector: Instant Upgrades and Automated Refactoring of any PHP 5.3+ code Arc from The Browser Company It's Really an Upgrade | php[architect] PHP[TEK] 2024 Why Laravel Could See a Huge Rise in Adoption in 2024 - Laradir This episode of PHPUgly was sponsored b…
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It occurred to me recently that, if my job consisted exclusively of writing code 40 hours a week, I don't think I'd be a programmer today. I might go out of my mind. The secret, from my experience, is to find your fit. Figure out how to combine all of your skills into some unique concoction that gets you through the day with a smile on your face.…
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Ian & Aaron discuss everything from cryotherapy to the ugliness of most B2B apps to Aaron's first time doing meditation and a lot more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - Super Bowl Update (03:05) - PlanetScale Pricing Update (05:21) - A Valuable Idea (09:28) - Ian's …
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Aaron Francis, creator of screencasting.com and prolific YouTuber returns to the show to talk all things video, screencasting and growing a business on YouTube. Brian and Aaron's conversation was recorded on November 16th, 2023. Brian's update was recorded on January 21st, 2024. (00:00) - YouTube as a business with Aaron Francis (03:41) - Talking v…
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In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss the differences between transactional and campaign email and some approaches to sending them. We also touch on Jake speaking on PHP[TEK] 2024 on the topic of state machines. Show links Statecharts XState Visualizer xstate-viz Mermaid [PHP]TEK 2024 List-Unsubscribe header Google email sender guidelines SendS…
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Links from the show: Unlocking the Power of Co-CEOs: Embracing Shared Leadership for Collective Success 2018 Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross: Freestyle Test Drive - YouTube Co-CEOs: Are Two Better than One? PHP[TEK] 2024 PHP: PHP Conferences around the world Arc from The Browser Company DMARC - Wikipedia Home - BIMI Group PHP: PHP type comparison tables -…
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Justin Ferriman, founder of LearnDash, talks to me about how he started, grew, and exited from this WordPress business in the LMS space. Brian and Justin’s conversation was recorded on November 10th, 2023. Brian's update was recorded on January 21st, 2024. (00:00) - From Selling a WordPress Business to SaaS with Justin Ferriman (03:57) - Justin's b…
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Ian & Aaron give out their Super Bowl Predictions, recap the first wave of announcements from Laracon EU, & more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - Hit You With Some Woo (21:55) - Wipe Conservationist (24:47) - Super Bowl Predictions (28:46) - Laravel 11 (37:26) - Yo…
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In this episode of the Laravel Podcast, we talk about the recent announcement of hiring a new head of engineering at Laravel and the impact it will have on the future of Laravel. We also dive into the upcoming conferences and events, including Laracon EU, Laracon US, and Laracon India. Additionally, we talk about Typesense, a potential alternative …
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Ever feel like your Blade views are getting too logic-heavy? What logic belongs in the view, and what logic would be better somewhere else? We use a recent PR discussion to talk through these points. (00:00) - Trying to keep logic out of the Blade view (02:00) - Using the simplest form of logic (03:45) - Business logic doesn't belong in the view la…
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Continue the journey of building a Next.js application as Aurooba explains how to use Supabase to handle all aspects of user authentication in your app, including user accounts, email notifications, and session data. They also dig into server vs client side differences. A full transcript of the episode is available on the website. Watch the video p…
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Links from the show: Indify – Notion Widgets Vimium - Chrome Web Store How A Steam Bug Deleted Someone’s Entire PC - YouTube This episode of PHPUgly was sponsored by: Honeybadger.io Built for Developers. Monitoring doesn't have to be so complicated. That's why we built the monitoring tool we always wanted: a tool that's there when you need it, and …
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Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. Show links Compare Algolia vs ElasticSearch vs Meilisearch vs Typesense Aspen - The ultimate free API testing tool for macOS with AI integration (02:02) - Laravel 10.41 - Conditional Job Chains, a Number::spell() Threshold, Configurable model:prune…
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If you're starting a podcast in 2024, you don't need to start a video podcast. Instead, I recommend you start with an audio podcast. Why? Getting started with audio is simple: a microphone and a phone, tablet, or laptop are all you need. Conversely, video requires a lot of equipment (DSLR camera, lighting, capture card, mixer, microphone, computer)…
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Ian & Aaron discuss getting sick, something called 'The Suburban Dad Zone', using gloves to change diapers (!?!), and more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - We're Playing Doctor (11:32) - Back on Paternity Leave (16:18) - Down There in the Danger Zone (24:43) - Subu…
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Jay Clouse, who runs Creator Science, joins me to talk all things creator businesses. Brian and Jay’s conversation was recorded on November 8th, 2023 Brian's update was recorded on January 21st, 2024. (00:00) - The Science Behind a Creator Business (06:10) - Content as a product (12:38) - Seperating personal and creator brands (19:10) - Creator Sci…
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Links from the show: FrankenPHP : The Modern PHP App Server, written in Go php[tek]TV Matthew Weier O'Phinney (@mwop@phpc.social) - PHP Community on Mastodon Notion – The all-in-one workspace for your notes, tasks, wikis, and databases. PHP[TEK] 2024 PHPUgly https://twitter.com/H4ckManac/status/1747527579559411959 The PHP Lands | A pirate map of PH…
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In this conversation, Ben interviews Taylor Otwell, the creator of Laravel. They discuss everything from the age-old argument of tabs vs. spaces to the origins of Laravel and how Taylor has turned it into a thriving, sustainable business. Links: Laravel, the framework Taylor created Tuple, used by the Laravel team to collaborates Takeaways Coding p…
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Adam Gilbert, founder of My Body Tutor, joins me to talk about how he scaled a personal fitness coaching business. Brian and Adam’s conversation was recorded on November 3rd, 2023. Brian's update was recorded on January 21st, 2024. (00:00) - Scaling a Fitness Coaching Business with Adam Gilbert (04:05) - What is My Body Tutor? (05:09) - The evoluti…
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When new tools and packages come out, there is usually some buzz around the launch, and how it solves all the problems of the old tool. Should you switch? How do you know when it's worth it? What are the potential downsides of switching? We talk through a couple examples and share how we approach these decisions Want to see what our coding standard…
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In this conversation, Brian and Aurooba discuss various topics related to Next.js development. They explore the importance of deeper understanding, the decisions involved in styling and storage in JavaScript applications, the advantages of CSS-in-JS libraries, the choice of Supabase as the database solution, handling user authentication, and select…
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Ian & Aaron discuss the Laracon US announcement, going on ski vacations, route model bindings in Laravel, & more. Sponsored by LaraJobs & Screencasting.com. Sent questions or feedback to mostlytechnicalpodcast@gmail.com. (00:00) - Ski In, Ski Out (09:00) - Aaron's Problem Is Beach (14:59) - Mailbag & PlanetScale Studios Follow Up (27:48) - Laracon …
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