It's been about a week since I decided to become a security-focused developer, and already clear change is afoot. I'm excited about what's coming. However, it's not been without some challenges.
There comes a time in your life when you have to look yourself in the eye and decide that you're going to stand for something in your career, that you're going to make it mean something. Today, I've made that choice!
As I traveled home from PHP Day 2017 in Dresden, I decided to put my thoughts together about the conference, and share them with you, if you weren't there to enjoy the day yourself.
Do you write Linux shell scripts? Do your scripts work on more than one distribution? If so what does your development environment look like and what tools do you use to let you develop, debug, and maintain your scripts both quickly and relatively hassle-free?
If you use Git as your VCS (version control system), you’ll know that it has excellent diff support on the command line. However, even as good as it is, it still leaves a bit to be desired — at least when compared with tools such as GitHub.
A friend and I were talking recently about learning new software languages, and other technical concepts; something that most tech people do on a regular basis. But during the conversation, he brought up a really interesting point - how do you know when it's worth it?
A little while ago, I took to Twitter in a sense of jubilant excitement announcing that VIM was THE distraction-free editor. As it's been quite some time since, I honestly don't remember exactly what it was that motivated me to do so.
If you need to quickly create a PR of the changes between two branches, GitHub is the quickest and most pragmatic choice. Here’s why.
Recently, Jeffrey Way published what's become quite a controversial video in the PHP community on Laracasts, discussing a concept called Visual Debt.
Ever been using docker-compose to build a container setup, but something's not worked and you're not sure why? Well, here's a basic process you can follow to debug the situation, find out what happened, and get your containers up and running.