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The podcast your mother warned you about. Ramblings of a few overworked PHP Developers. We discuss everything, from the challenges and excitement of running our small business and development shop the DiegoDev Group, to general day to day coding projects, to anything geek related or any other tech topics. Hosted By @shocm, @realrideout, and @johncongdon. Become a Patron!
 
Pragmatic talk about software design best practices: design patterns, software architecture, coding for performance, object oriented programming, database design and implementation, tips, tricks and a whole lot more. You'll be exposed to broad areas of information as well as deep dives into the guts of a programming language. Most topics discussed are relevant in any number of Object Oriented programming languages such as C#, Java, Ruby, PHP, etc.. All three of us are full stack web and data ...
 
Two foreign developers discuss Laravel & PHP Development, the business of marketing, and more. About Victor Gonzalez Victor manages marketing for one of the nation's fastest growing boat manufacturers, a role that has seen him honored with the MMA Award for the Best Website in the Boating Industry. After hours, Victor produces web development tutorials at Coder's Tape, along with paid courses for Udemy. About Jani Gyllenberg Jani tackles business development and innovation at one of the nati ...
 
In this podcast, I document the process of becoming a web programmer. If you know how frustrating it can be to get your head around basic ideas when everyone else seems to know what they are talking about and you still have no clue, then this podcast is for you. At the time of the first episode, I use Laravel, PHP, MYSQL, Docker, Linux and Swift. Please expect this podcast to be very opinionated and recognise that there are many ways to achieve an expected result in the programming world.
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
Latest news, releases and solutions for e-commerce developers and more. I'll talk about popular platforms like Shopware, Shopify, WooCommerce, Magento, PrestaShop etc. There will be also place for interesting solutions and other news from e-commerce dev world.
 
Join Father Robert Ballecer and Lou Maresca on Coding 101, a weekly instructional, project-oriented programming show with appeal for beginning to intermediate programmers. Using a combination of classroom-style teaching, guest programmers, and special interest segments, Coding 101 offers beginner, intermediate, and "applied" programming topics within several interchangeable modules. Learn programming languages such as Java, C++, Visual Basic, PHP, Perl, and more! Although the show is no long ...
 
We take an expert look at the latest cybersecurity incidents, how they happened, and why. Tune in weekly to learn what you can do to stop bad things from happening to you! Got questions/suggestions/stories to share? Email: tips@sophos.com Twitter: @NakedSecurity Instagram: @NakedSecurity
 
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Eric, John, and Oscar talk about the features and columns from the March 2021 issue, Lambda PHP Topics Covered Working the Serverless computing and PHP, and the costs potentially involved. Practical applications of functional programming and misconceptions around it versus object-oriented programming (OOP). John and Eric’s attempts at the puzzle fo…
 
This PHP Panel in the spirit of community, openness, and transparency. Resources: Announcement on PHP Blog - https://www.php.net/archive/2021.php#2021-03-30-1 Internal Mailing List discussion - https://news-web.php.net/php.internals/113838 Official Twitter Account of PHP.net - https://twitter.com/official_php Participants on the Panel: Eric Van Joh…
 
PHP Internals News: Episode 80: Static Variables in Inherited Methods London, UK Thursday, April 1st 2021, 09:08 BST In this episode of "PHP Internals News" I chat with Nikita Popov (Twitter, GitHub, Website) about the "Static Variables in Inherited Methods" RFC. The RSS feed for this podcast is https://derickrethans.nl/feed-phpinternalsnews.xml, y…
 
Why Apple had to rush out a security update for iDevices. Two cryptographic security holes patched in OpenSSL. How PHP nearly got backdoored by crooks. With Doug Aamoth and Paul Ducklin. Original music by Edith Mudge Got questions/suggestions/stories to share? Email tips@sophos.com Twitter @NakedSecurity Instagram @NakedSecurity…
 
Spectre returns to Linux, API Security, OpenSSL flaws, SolarWinds. Picture of the week. ProxyLogon Update. Spectre returns to Linux. OpenSSL fixes several high-severity flaws. SolarWinds keeps finding new critical problems within its own code. Cloudflare's recent moves. A focus on API Security. SpinRite update. The curious case of the PHP's Git Ser…
 
Long episode this week as we talk about Google's decision to thwart a western intelligence operation (by fixing vulns), multiple authorization and authentication issues, and of course some memory corruption. [00:00:46] Google's unusual move to shut down an active counterterrorism operation being conducted by a Western democracy https://www.technolo…
 
German politicians’ emails are under attack, and the GRU is the prime suspect. Australia’s Nine Network was knocked off the air by a cyberattack, and a nation-state operation is suspected. PHP takes steps to protect itself from an attempt to insert a backdoor in its source code. Apple fixes browser engine bugs. FatFace pays the ransom. Project Zero…
 
Show Description **************** Special guest Emma Bostian is on to talk about her new book, De-coding the Technical Interview, that will help you never bomb a technical job interview again. How to answer technical questions you don't know, looking for red flags when applying, infinite scrolling question, and how to not be a schlub when applying …
 
Chief Technology Officer and Senior Vice President, Engineering for Digital Guardian Debra Danielson shares her career journey. From aspirations of becoming an astronaut studying mechanical and aerospace engineering, Finding her first job at a local software company that turned into a long term commitment after it was acquired by another firm. Debr…
 
Guests Gage Mele, Winston Marydasan, and Yury Polozov from Anomali join Dave to discuss their research into Static Kitten targeting government agencies in the UAE and Kuwait. Anomali Threat Research uncovered malicious activity very likely attributed to the Iran-nexus cyberespionage group, Static Kitten (Seedworm, MERCURY, Temp.Zagros, POWERSTATS, …
 
Lazarus Group has a new backdoor. Bogus Clubhouse app advertised on Facebook. Cryptojacking goes to school. A ransomware cartel is forming, but so far apparently without much profit-sharing. The US Senate is preparing to make strategic competition with China the law of the land. Dinah Davis from Arctic Wolf looks at phony COVID sites. Our guest is …
 
Cring ransomware afflicts vulnerable Fortigate VPN servers. Distance learning in France stumbles due to sudden high demand, and possibly also because of cyberattacks. Hafnium’s attack on Microsoft Exchange Servers may have been long in preparation, and may have used data obtained in earlier breaches. Commerce Department adds seven Chinese organizat…
 
Eric, John, and Oscar talk about the features and columns from the March 2021 issue, Lambda PHP Topics Covered Working the Serverless computing and PHP, and the costs potentially involved. Practical applications of functional programming and misconceptions around it versus object-oriented programming (OOP). John and Eric’s attempts at the puzzle fo…
 
How scammers copied a government website almost to perfection. What to do about those fake "bug" hunters who ask for payment for finding "vulnerabilities" that aren't. Why the Dutch data protection authority fined Booking.com for not sending in a data breach disclosure fast enough. Useful podcasts and videos mentioned in this episode: https://naked…
 
How scammers copied a government website almost to perfection. What to do about those fake "bug" hunters who ask for payment for finding "vulnerabilities" that aren't. Why the Dutch data protection authority fined Booking.com for not sending in a data breach disclosure fast enough.https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/criminals-send-out-fake-censushttps…
 
Goblin Panda’s upped its game in recent attacks on Vietnamese government targets. The EU is investigating cyberattacks against a number of its organizations. Scraped LinkedIn data is being sold in a hackers’ forum. Facebook talks about the causes of its recent data incident. New Android malware poses as a Netflix app. Joe Carrigan shares comments f…
 
Ubiquity coverup, Facebook data dump, malicious Call of Duty cheats. The Ubiquiti Coverup. Facebook's 533,313,128 Million User Whoopsie! Don't mess with our water! Android moves to limit inter-app visibility. Beware malicious "Call of Duty: Warzone" cheats. QNAP — Just Say No! Listener Feedback. A Spy in Our Pocket. We invite you to read our show n…
 
One episode and several failed attempts to fix vulnerabilities, an interesting Rocket.Chat XSS and an exploitable TXT file abusing some weird features. [00:00:46] nOtWASP bottom 10: vulnerabilities that make you cry https://portswigger.net/research/notwasp-bottom-10-vulnerabilities-that-make-you-cry [00:07:28] Click here for free TV! - Chaining bug…
 
A watering hole campaign compromised several Ukrainian sites (and one Canadian one). File transfer blues. A couple of looks into the criminal-to-criminal marketplace: establishing a brand and selling malicious document building tools. Ben Yelin has details on a privacy suit against Intel. Our guest is Steve Ginty from RiskIQ on the threat actors be…
 
Many managers assess developer performance as if they were runners, where how many lines of code you write determines how good you are. Instead, developers are like baseball players, where a suite of metrics is needed to measure performance. In today’s episode, we unpack how metrics are used to judge coding performance and how metric incentives can…
 
An old leaked database has been delivered into the hands of skids. (The news isn’t that the data are out there; it’s that the skids now have it. For free.) CISA and the FBI warn that APTs are scanning for vulnerable Fortinet instances. Cryptojackers pan for alt-coin in GitHub’s infrastructure. Holiday Bear may have looked for network defenders. Thr…
 
The typical procedure many companies follow to reach production-level code is design the program, code and test it in different environments, and put it in a pipeline to deploy to production. Developers can make it pretty far into building their core features before inevitably breaking to include enterprise features and security standards like Sing…
 
Show Description **************** We're talking all about fun with colors in CSS, browser updates, the death of AMP (question mark), pseudo selectors, a question about responsive design in vertical space, and linking with _blank. Listen on Website → Links ***** Conic Gradient Sponsors ******** Netlify Most CDN services will have you choose between …
 
In this episode, Jake and Michael discuss integrating with hosted phone systems, quickly scaffolding out applications with Tailwind UI, and dynamically updating Blade components with AlpineJS. This episode is sponsored by Workvivo - the employee communication platform to excite, engage and connect your entire company - and was streamed live.…
 
Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer for Corelight Greg Bell describes the twists and turns of his career bringing him back to his childhood joy of computers. Working in a myriad of fields from human rights to Hollywood to writing a history of conspiracy belief before pivoting back to technology. Focusing on the relationships within the open sourc…
 
Guests Fernando Martinez and Tom Hegel from AT&T Alien Labs join Dave to discuss their team's research "Malware using new Ezuri memory loader." Multiple threat actors have recently started using a Go language (Golang) tool to act as a packer and avoid Antivirus detection. Additionally, the Ezuri memory loader tool acts as a malware loader and execu…
 
Goblin Panda might be out and about. Ubiquiti confirms that an extortion attempt was made, but says the attempted attack on data and source code was unsuccessful. The Accellion compromise claims more university victims. It’s National Supply Chain Integrity Awareness Month in the US. BOLO Mr. Korhsunov. Andrea Little Limbago from Interos on supply c…
 
Links from the show: php.internals: PHP 8.1 Release Manager Selection PHP: rfc:auto-capture-closure https://wiki.php.net/rfc/noreturn_type Changes to Git commit workflow - Externals Extensions | Plates System76 Blog — carl-testimony-HB21-1199.mp3 System76 laptop engineer SUPPORTS Right to Repair; interview with Louis Rossmann - YouTube Nat Friedman…
 
PHP internals contributor Sara Golemon answers questions from a panel of php[architect] and PHP Ugly contributors about the recent git compromise that affected the PHP project and what they’re doing about it. You can also watch a video of the roundtable with Sara. More on This I just wrote an article about the recent #PHP […] The post About PHP’s C…
 
PHP internals contributor Sara Golemon answers questions from a panel of php[architect] and PHP Ugly contributors about the recent git compromise that affected the PHP project and what they’re doing about it. You can also watch a video of the roundtable with Sara. More on This From Rasmus Lerdorf: It wasn't, but we caught it quickly and we have mov…
 
US Cyber Command and CISA plan to publish an analysis of the malware Holiday Bear used against SolarWinds. The DPRK is again phishing for security researchers. Exchange Server exploitation continues. Stone Panda goes after industrial data in Japan. Human error remains the principal source of cyber risk. A US Executive Order on cyber hygiene and bre…
 
Why Apple had to rush out a security update for iDevices. Two cryptographic security holes patched in OpenSSL. How PHP nearly got backdoored by crooks.https://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/apple-devices-get-urgent-patch-for-zero-day-exploithttps://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/serious-security-openssl-fixes-two-high-severity-crypto-bugshttps://nakedsecurity.…
 
Charming Kitten is back, and interested in medical researchers’ credentials. Russian services appear to have been reading some US State Department emails (it’s thought their access was confined to unclassified systems). Risk management practices and questions about the risks of growing too blasé about “management.” Recognizing the approach of an in…
 
The US Administration continues to prepare its response to Holiday Bear’s romp through the SolarWinds supply chain. Congress is asking for details on what was compromised in the incident, and why the Department of Homeland Security failed to detect the intrusion. The UN offers some recommendations on norms of conduct in cyberspace. Ben Yelin on a N…
 
Jake and Michael discuss all the latest Laravel releases, tutorials, and happenings in the community. This episode is sponsored by Scout APM - Laravel Monitoring and more that identifies slow database queries, memory leaks, and slow custom code and was streamed live. Show links A new missing() callback for resource routes and a StringEncrypter inte…
 
Jason McCreary, Twitter - https://twitter.com/gonedark Jason McCreary, Website - https://jasonmccreary.me/ Laravel Shift - https://laravelshift.com/ Confident Laravel - https://confidentlaravel.com/ Base Code Field Guide - https://basecodefieldguide.com/ Base Laravel - https://baselaravel.com/ Laravel Docs, Upgrade Guide - https://laravel.com/docs/…
 
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