- Vancouver 2016
phpdbg has been bundled with PHP since version 5.6, and provides first class runtime debugging for PHP without needing to install an extension. It’s easier to get up and running than XDebug, and provides a command line interface that’s eminently usable without needing to set up IDE integration.
In this talk, we’ll walk through examples showing how to use phpdbg to find and track problems with Web pages, CLI scripts and your test suite.
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Adam is a PHP Agenteer (it's totally a word) at New Relic who spends most of his time swearing at C compilers and the PHP API, usually not in that order. In between said bouts of invective, Adam works on various open source projects, including PHP, and continues in his ongoing quest to find the best beer in the world. (Well, OK, it’s obviously Westvleteren 12, but it’s a good excuse to drink more beer.)