PHP Radio

Quick tip – if you haven’t already, check out the Pro::PHP Podcast. Some great shows there, published as mp3 – usually around 30-35 minuts in length but without visuals, it’s easy to multi-task.

Particularily recommend listening to the interview with Andi Gutmans – it’s officially unofficial – PHP6 by the end of this year ;).

Pro::PHP is thanks to host Marcus Whitey (blog), who’s voice has a remarkably calming effect on my 2 month old son (was getting desperate this evening – worked like a charm), and reporter Chris Cornutt (of phpdeveloper).

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  • http://www.altstudio.com.au ccburns

    This is uncanny. I actually came across this podcast just this weekend. I can’t believe it’s been going since May 2005…

    I wonder how I missed it.

    Colin

  • Marcus Whitney

    wowsers. Thanks Harry! Glad I’m a safe sedative for infants. Wish my voice did that for my 6 and 4 year olds.

  • http://diigital.com cranial-bore

    2 months old and already being trained in PHP. Harry you’ll be able to have him take over your work and retire before PHP version 10 is out ;)

  • http://jrickards.ca jrickards

    Marcus:

    When my mother-in-law sang to her children at bedtime, they fell blissfully asleep. When my father-in-law sang, the chilren fell asleep in self-defense.

    Maybe you are having the same effect?

  • http://www.phppatterns.com HarryF

    Glad I’m a safe sedative for infants. Wish my voice did that for my 6 and 4 year olds

    Your voice is definately calming. It all went horribly wrong when that Shifflet fellow joined the discussion though ;)

    (joke!)

  • Clenard

    LOL @ “that shifflet fellow joined”

    I’ve been listening to it for quite a while, I’m surprised so many are just hearing about it?

    Good idea Harry ;-)

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  • http://www.techwiseideamachine.com codersteve

    Harry,
    Are there plans for releasing updates to the 2003 PHP Anthology books?
    Thanks