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Music, feature flags, and making the new one do what the old one did

In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss music we're into at the moment, using Pennant for feature flags in Laravel, and the age old set of requirements: "it needs to...

The one about onboarding junior developers

Jake and Michael discuss bowling, onboarding new junior developers right out of college, and the mindset required to be able to teach people the very basics of program...

Laravel 11 learnings, nested validation, and the simplicity of Laravel

Jake and Michael discuss some of the gotchas upgrading from a previous version of Laravel to 11.x, integrating a React frontend built in parallel to its backend, neste...

Verbs, stolen chargers, and Laravel 11

In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss Verbs, a take on event sourcing that strives to be simpler and more obvious to grok, children stealing device chargers, and s...

Handling error state, reviewing code, and request data objects

Jake and Michael discuss using state machines to handle accurately and predictably handling error state, reviewing code and having your code reviewed, and converting r...

The one with Ripples, Forge previews, and Laracon

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 attend...

The one about sending email

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 ...

The one with the keyboards and Filament

Jake and Michael discuss their new keyboards, as well as Jake's somewhat secret usage of Filament for building out some of the user-facing aspects of his main work app...

The one with the Lumberjack

Jake and Michael get a sneak peek into Laracon AU 2024, discuss Michael's migration to Snowflakes, and Jake's challenge around preventing multiple windows open for the...

Looking back on Laracon AU

Jake and Michael look back on the return of Laracon AU after a four-year break.

The one with all the JSON API stuff with TJ Miller

Jake and Michael are joined by TJ Miller to try and untangle their confusion about JSON API, Open API, Swagger, and JSON Schema from last episode.This episode is broug...

DIY woodwork, React micro-frontends, and confusing OpenJSONAPISchema

In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss building your own monitor stand, the mysterious world of React micro-frontends, and get confused about JSON API, Open API, Sw...

Dads in Dev, cloud services, and static-site generation

In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss using Airdrop to simplify and speed up your asset compilation and application deployment, restricting access to S3 buckets ba...

Airdrop, user-specific S3, and frontend complexity

In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss using Airdrop to simplify and speed up your asset compilation and application deployment, restricting access to S3 buckets ba...

State machines, pending objects, and named constructors

Jake shares news of a package he's working on to help define state charts in PHP, then we get into the weeds on the pending object paradigm, as well as using named con...

The one with the successful first-time conference speaker

Jake and Michael (but mostly Jake) share some advice that might help some first-time conference speakers when they're preparing to give their talks.Show linksState Mac...

Sipping Whisk(e)y with Len Woodward

Jake and Michael are joined by Len Woodward to discuss sharing git hooks over Whisk(e)y and lifecycle hooks in Laravel.Show linksLen WoodwardWhiskyLifecycle hooks in L...

World champions, deploying from GitHub Actions, and feature flags

Jake and Michael discuss the world champion Denver Nuggets, building assets and deploying apps in GitHub Actions, and feature flags with Laravel Pennant.This episode i...

Bitmasks, reflected DTOs, and Aaron Francis

After (another) month-long, scheduling-conflict hiatus, Jake and Michael are back!This episode is brought to you by our friends at Workvivo - The leading employee comm...

We're back, Laracon AU is back, and state machines are back

After a month-long, scheduling-conflict hiatus, Jake and Michael are back.Laracon AU is back!And our favourite topic, state machines, is back!

Upgrading Laravel, static analysis, and speeding up tests

Jake and Michael discuss the very, very, very momentous occasion of Michael finally getting to work both a modern version of Laravel and PHP, some of the twists and tu...

Be kind. Speak truth. Don’t wait. with Matt Stauffer

Jake and Michael are joined by Matt Stauffer to discuss his journey and taking over more of an operational role within the consultancy he co-founded, Tighten.This epis...

The one about line feeds and carriage returns

Jake and Michael discuss the perils of line feeds (and sometimes carriage returns), snapshot testing, and dealing with false-positives when processing API requests.Thi...

The one about permissions

Jake and Michael discuss some different approaches to role-based permissions, and how to tackle assignment, management, and authorisation of them.

A Belated Christmas Extravaganza

Jake and Michael are joined by TJ Miller (still not the actor), Chris Gmyr, and David Hemphill (neither of whom are actors, either) to look back at 2022, forward to 20...

The one about documentation

Jake and Michael discuss the various forms of documentation that can live within an organisation, where to put it, how to find it, and how to keep it up to date.

Developer's Minifesto, agile theatre, and misccellaneous rambling

Jake and Michael discuss the developer's minifesto, some of the theatre that goes into organisational Agile, and Michael goes off on some incoherent rambling about all...

Evaluating value objects, unspeakable forks, and moving validation down

In this episode, Jake and Michael talk more about using value objects, forking Saloon and backporting it for PHP 7.4 support, and moving validation deeper into your ap...

Encrypted environments, encrypted data, and magic constructors

Jake and Michael discuss the new environment encryption functionality in Laravel, encrypting application data, and using (very?) magic named constructors.

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