There are times when you get suckered in
By vardump and printf to stdin
But it's when you do these things too much
That you've become slow and must get back in touch
You can do it It's all up to you-mmmmmkay
With a little plan you can change your life tooo-day
You don't have to spend your life var_dumping stuff
Being made fun of because of that
Follow my plan and very soon you will see-eeyy, it's easy mmkay

We'll demystify Xdebug, how does it work, how to set it up for local/remote debugging and how to use handy features like conditional breakpoints (for example, recursion debugging).

P.S. Original song from South Park


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Tomo Ε ala at 11:24 on 19 May 2017

Pretty nice talk explaining some of the benefits of using Xdebug, and clarifying some of the issues users commonly have when setting it up.

Although the talk was informative, I opine that it would be greatly beneficial to include more code examples in various use cases, and perhaps try to incorporate a live debug session to demonstrate the topics presented during this 40 minute talk.

Marijan delivers knowledge as usual.
The talk covered xdebug configuration process and (possible) troubleshooting and some of xdebug's more advanced features.