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Scout APM helps PHP developers pinpoint N+1 queries, memory leaks & more so you can troubleshoot fast & get back to coding faster. Let's start with PHP 5.6, this is what most people without modern-day PHP knowledge probably think PHP code still looks like. I'll just give you the code, and I'll mention what changes in future versions.

Nullable types aren't a thing yet, so we still need to use doc block types for our nullable $publishedAt: With PHP 7.1 finally came nullable types, so we could remove some more doc blocks: While there were some exciting features in 7.2 like parameter type widening and the object type, there's nothing we could do to clean up our specific DTO in this release.

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