Do you use Sphinx-Doc and reStructuredText to manage your project's technical documentation? Do you find that it's a lot of work to ensure content validates and renders correctly? If so, this post walks through an initial workflow which seeks to make the process easier and more efficient.
Do you have something that you feel passionate about, something that you'd love to see realised? If so, how are you using your time? Are you using it effectively? Or are you, in fact, throwing so much of it away on pointless, trivial, tasks, by ramping up every day? Come learn what ramping up is, and why it's costing you your success.
Have you ever been stuck on a problem and thought that the answer had to be complex or sophisticated. Did you ultimately find that you overcomplicated the situation? If you do, don’t fret. It happens to all of us at times. Come with me today, as we consider how to not get lost in complicated answers to simple questions.
Well, New Years is almost here, so it's time to reflect on the year that was, as well as look forward to the year to come. Let's see what went well. But, more importantly, let's see what's coming up.
Are you a freelancer? Do you think like one? If not, it may be costing in more ways than just lost income. Take a walk with me today as we consider two essential changes you need to make when you become a freelancer.
In recent times, work can be a daunting, even scary, thing. But it doesn’t need to be. Freelancing can be a viable option, even if it’s just something on the side. Give me a few minutes, and I’ll show you the essentials you need to get started.
A friend asked me recently what the essential tools are that I use to create podcasts and online courses. In this post, I detail them, along with why they are the ones I use.
I’ve been looking to break away from PHP and web-based development for some time now. But doing so has been a case of easier said than done. Recently, though, I’ve managed to make a breakthrough.
For as long as I can remember, ZendCon’s always been a conference which I’ve wanted to attend. Why? Perhaps it’s because it’s marketed as the top conference in the PHP world. Regardless, here’s my reflections on ZendCon 2016.
I’ve been developing software in PHP for a long time. But I recently decided to return to my polyglot roots, developing in multiple languages on a regular basis. The question is, which language, or languages, are the right ones to learn and use.