Episode 9 - The past and future of Symfony

Sound of Symfony is back from its unplanned hiatus and launching a new format. We're also switching things up, and add two new co-hosts, Ryan Weaver and Jared Farrish.

This episode's topic is "How has Symfony kept up".

Photo credit: Knotberget angle station by Arvid Rudling (CC-BY).

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Episode 8 - Concerning command buses

In this episode we talk to Matthias Noback about command-query separation, command buses, hexagonal architecture, REST and his library SimpleBus.

Next episode will be released on June 21st.

Photo credit: Amsterdam bus by Vitaly Volkov (CC-BY).

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Episode 7 - Talking about tools

In this much delayed episode we discuss the huge backlog of news that we've missed, we talk to Benjamin Eberlei about development tools, and we talk about the upcoming Symfony conferences.

Next episode will be released on May 17th.

Photo credit: Tooled Flatty by flattop341 (CC-BY).

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Episode 6 - The SymfonyCon Special

In this episode we're all about SymfonyCon. So much so that we in fact recorded this episode at the SymfonyCon Hack day. As usual, we go over the news and community update, but the rest of the episode is focused on discussing the conference with our guests.

We'd like to apologize for the delay in publishing this. Magnus got hit by the SymfonyCon Scurvy (i.e. the con flu), so editing the episode had to take a back seat. Because of this, we also won't be recording any new episode before the holidays, so expect our next episode in mid-late January.

Photo thanks to Thierry Marianne.

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Episode 5 - The no-theme all-content episode

In this episode we don't have a specific theme. We do however have a lot of fun content for you. We discuss Magnus' trip to Symfony Live New York, the Best Practices document, Blackfire.io (née SensioLabs Profiler) and much more. We also have a long interview with Jordi Boggiano of Composer fame, and two short interviews with Jeremy Mikola and Anne-Sophie Bachelard respectively.

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