Have you ever actually heard this phrase in real life? I have. This is a personal recounting of the time I was threatened with geographical joblessness.
Use environment aware sessions in SSH to prevent accidents. Bold colors and in your face warnings can help you from making a costly mistake.
Don’t be afraid or disgusted of legacy code. Learn to appreciate and embrace it for what it is and what it’s done.
PHP’s preg_filter function is great for filtering array elements that match a given expression. Let’s look at an example usage that subdivides an array.
Use preg_filter to quickly add a prefix or suffix to all strings in an array.
Readability is just as important as functionality and executability when writing code. Code is for humans, not computers.
A look at HubSpot’s API – it’s shortcomings and the workarounds that came from bad design.
Ever been to a user group? Ever thought about starting your own? Here’s what I learned from years of starting and leading a user group.
The Internet is a wonderful thing with many helpful tools. One in particular gave me a gift of being able to see the world like my wife does and to truly appreciate the little things.
Frameworks come and go. Languages rise and fall. In the end, they’re all just tools. Pick the one that can help you do the job and don’t bind yourself to a single technology/ideology.