Jake and Michael return after a two month (!!) summer hiatus
Jacob Bennett and Michael Dyrynda conquer a 14.5 hour time difference to talk about life as web developers
Jake and Michael return after a two month (!!) summer hiatus
Michael and Jake return just in time to talk about the upcoming secret Laravel project, Nova, Laracon US 2018, static site hosting, and more!
Jake and Michael make their return to discuss event sourcing, auditing and reporting, and finite state machines after a busy real life schedule kept them away from recording for a month!
Jake and Michael return in an irregular time slot to discuss ANZACs, scaling Laravel, queues, handling file uploads, and more!
Jake and Michael discuss their new keyboards, Michael tells us about an app using shared database models and migrations he got into production, and we both discuss the code thoughts experiment on Telegram.
Jake and Michael talk about the latest open source contribution from Basecamp, Stimulus, keeping up to date with new technology, and smart speakers.
In this episode, Jake and Michael are joined by Cash Money Cowork members TJ Miller and Andrew Del Prete to talk about work, books and movies they've been reading, and controversial topics.
Jake and Michael were joined by Matty Lantz and covered such topics as working out, the recently completed Laracon Online, engaging stake holders, and real time stats with Facebook Insights.
Jake and Michael return for 2018 and discuss model accessors for relationships, documenting style guides, shared database migrations, and more!
Andrew Del Prete, David Hemphill, and TJ Miller join Michael and Jake for their second annual Christmas crossover podcast. We talk about things we learned, best memories, favourite books and movies of 2017 and what we're looking forward to in 2018, as well as play a little Christmas trivia.
In this episode, Jake and Michael talk about Clue, Laracon, working with legacy applications and migrations, machine learning, and CSRF protection.
In this episode, Michael teases about the secret purpose of his Sydney trip, before moving on to the topic of status pages and reporting service disruptions, as well as communicating with peers.
In this episode, Jake and Michael speak about Thor: Ragnarok and Stranger Things 2, before diving into reviewing code and view composers.
Jake and Michael return to share some of the Aussie slang Jake has been learning and cover such groundbreaking topics as this year's Hacktoberfest, deep delegation, gathering requirements, and more!
Jake and Michael continue with their developing journey and share their approaches to managing timelines. They also talk about different wireframing techniques and setup some future episodes with discussion around containing multiple applications in a single Laravel install.
Jake and Michael return after a few weeks' hiatus and discuss Michael's new role as a lead developer and the slightly softer focus for the podcast moving forward.
In this episode, Jake and Michael are joined by up-and-coming Laravel community members Caleb Porzio and Daniel Coulbourne for a casual chat about a wide array of topics from podcasting, to side hustles, and the importance of being earnest.
In our golden episode, Jake and Michael talk about making users in a Laravel app, sharing sessions between servers and applications, and answer a listener question on our production deployment workflows.
Jake and Michael talk about how simple Vue makes life, chaining jobs in the upcoming Laravel 5.5, and Michael's upcoming 30th birthday.
In this episode, Jake and Michael talk about Eloquent observers and answer listener questions about managing client expectations and packages we use in our Laravel applications.
In this episode, Jake and Michael welcome Paul Redmond and the returning TJ Miller to have the HTTP client discussion you were promised last time.
In this episode, Jake and Michael are joined by TJ Miller to talk about Docker, Rancher, and journies in development through Geocities and MySpace.
This episode, Jake and Michael speak about working with UUIDs in Laravel, Wordpress, and testing mindsets.
Jake and Michael discuss self-improvement through mentoring developers new to Laravel, upgrading configuration between Laravel versions, and IAM credentials on cloud infrastructure.
In this episode, Jake and Michael talk about 80 new Pokemon, Jake streaming zip files from Amazon S3, Michael's woes with queues and Google Cloud Platform, as well as learning to code with PhaserJS.
Michael and Jake return with their slightly tinkered format, where they focus on challenges overcome and things learnt in day to day framework usage.
Jake and Michael return in 2017 catching up after the holiday season, talk about various CSS frameworks, and make a big announcement!
Spare 68 seconds of your day to let Michael and Jake thank you for being such terrific supporters of our podcast in 2016
Michael and Jake managed to record this week whilst Michael's family was visiting to talk about mince pies, changes coming in Laravel 5.4, new versions of Homestead and Valet, and Vue JS server-side rendering.
After some erratic recording, Jake and Michael return for consecutive weeks to talk about PHP 7.1, contributing to Open Source for Christmas, and posting on Medium as a developer.
Jake and Michael record on Thanksgiving to catch up on what they've been up to, discuss dealing with overloading max post size, and what Jake learned about Vue and ES6.
Jake and Michael welcome to the show Matt Stauffer and discuss how he got to where he is today, life as technical director of Tighten Co., hiring and onboarding new developers, and his very soon to be released book Laravel Up and Running.
Jake and Michael relive the disconnection as a result of the great DDoS attack of October 2016, discuss changes in Laravel 5.3.19, rumoured features of the upcoming (and long overdue) MacBook refresh, as well as talk about working with and reviewing other people's code.
Jake and Michael return after a short break and talk about improvements to Laravel and Forge, the new package manager unveiled by Facebook, Yarn, and touch on the currently running Hacktoberfest.
Jake and Michael discuss starting a PHP meetup and becoming a speaker, the GitHub Universe, and GitLab's Master Plan.
In this, our tenth episode, Jake and Michael (but mostly Jake) talk with Adam Wathan on his journey towards the master of collections, not touching his friend's privates, as well as his plans for his upcoming Test Driven Laravel course.
After a brief hiatus, Jacob and Michael catch up on what they've been working on, migrating internal servers to using Forge and Envoyer, and tread ever so lightly around the potentially controversial Laravel Certification Program.
In this episode, Jacob and Michael talk about the recently released No Man's Sky, HTTP/2 middleware in Laravel, MailThief, and how Majestic Monoliths stack up against microservices.
Jacob and Michael catch up for the first time since returning from Laracon, discussing some of their favourite parts, talks, and memorable parts of the three-day event.
In this episode, Jacob and Michael talk about the latest craze Pokemon go, the tools they use for their daily development and productivity workflows, and handling token mismatch exceptions in the Laravel framework.
This episode sees Jacob and Michael interview their first guest, co-host of the Dads in Development podcast, David Hemphill. We get to know a little bit about where David is from, how he got to where he is, and what he does.
In this episode, Jacob and Michael discuss Sandi Metz's article "The Wrong Abstraction", Laravel Valet and their experiences with developing on both Mac and Windows, and the new mail testing package from Tighten Co, MailThief.
In this episode, Jacob and Michael talk about the upcoming Laracon US in Louisville, Kentucky and share their thoughts on Adam Wathan's recently released Refactoring to Collections book.
Jacob and Michael record their first episode, introduce themselves, and talk a bit about what they've been working on.