Talks

  1. Interfacing with Twitter

    An introduction to Twitter’s rich API, and a primer on how to interact with it, in PHP

    2010 Mar - ConFoo (Montréal)

  2. Undercover PHP

    Supporting PHP with non-web tools such as cron, gearman, and supervisord

    2010 Mar - ConFoo (Montréal)

  3. PHP: The Good Parts

    (with Chris Shiflett) a tutorial on our favourite parts of PHP

    2009 Jul - OSCON (San Jose, California)

  4. Out with Regex, In with Tokens

    An introduction to lexing and using tokens in PHP

    May 2009 – php|tek (Chicago)

    Sep 2009 – Code Works (Atlanta)

    Sep 2009 – Code Works (Miami)

    Oct 2009 – Code Works (Washington D.C.)

    Oct 2009 – Code Works (Brooklyn)

  5. Stupid Browser Tricks

    Working with Firebug and Selenium IDE

    Mar 2009 – PHP Québec (conference, Montréal)

    Sep 2009 – Code Works (Atlanta)

    Sep 2009 – Code Works (Miami)

    Oct 2009 – Code Works (Washington D.C.)

    Oct 2009 – Code Works (Brooklyn)

  6. PHP Phone Home

    Feb 2007 – Vancouver PHP Conference

    Feb 2007 – PHP Québec (meeting, Montréal)

Articles

  1. Beer: Also Magical and Revolutionary

    Jul 2010 - Webstyle Magazine

  2. Dæmonize Your PHP

    Dec 2009 - PHP Advent

  3. 10 Advanced PHP Tips Revisited

    Mar 2009 - Smashing Magazine

  4. exit(0): Digital Rights Madness

    July 2008 - php|architect

  5. exit(0): You Need Us As Much As We Need You

    May 2008 - php|architect

  6. exit(0): [WU]TF

    Mar 2008 - php|architect

  7. Late Static Binding: a practical example

    Feb 2008 - C7Y

  8. exit(0): Coding Used To Be So Much Fun

    Jan 2008 - php|architect

  9. Hacking mail()

    Dec 2007 - PHP Advent

  10. Arduino Beer Thermostat

    Oct 2007 - uC Hobby

  11. /etc: RRDTool

    Oct 2007 - php|architect

  12. /etc: Tunneling

    Jul 2007 - php|architect

  13. PHP Phone Home

    Dec 2006 - php|architect

  14. Writing Custom Session Handlers

    Jan 2004 - php|architect

Podcasts

  1. Pique Web

    July 2010 to present – Paul Reinheimer (who runs the really cool WonderProxy service for GeoIP development and testing) and I have been podcasting on things that interest us. We usually have a web-specific topic and one or more guests.

  2. Interview (by Cal Evans)

    Oct 2007 - Zend Developer Zone

Unfortunately, most of the old podcasts (P3/Pro::PHP Podcast) have found their way offline.