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Install CharlesProxy CA Certificate on Android

I use Charles Proxy extensively for debugging all kinds of applications, and lately I've been using it more with mobile devices. One of the killer features of Charles is its ability to intercept SSL traffic. This is hard - and rightly so, it should be difficult to inspect SSL traffic! Charles handles this by using …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Monday September 29, 2014


Objects as Contracts for Behaviour

A lot of so-called Object-Oriented Programming 1 is in fact nothing more than procedural code wrapped in objects. The funny thing is: many people actually defend this style of programming! This is one of the chief arguments: “ Objects should just be bags of state and nothing more. An invoice does not pay itself. …

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Written by Mathias Verraes - - Aggregated on Monday September 29, 2014


RingPHP and Future Responses

Guzzle 4 has been out for a little over six months. It has proven to be leaps and bounds better than Guzzle 3, and I’ve been very happy with the design so far. However, after the release of Guzzle 4, I’ve received feedback from numerous members of the PHP community that can be boiled down to “Guzzle needs async …

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Written by unknown - - Aggregated on Sunday September 28, 2014


New challenges ahead

Chances are you already heard the news : I'm now joining DigitalOcean as a Developer Evangelist, working close to the PHP community to help creating amazing things! I'm really excited about this, specially because I never thought I would have such an amazing opportunity one day in my life. This post tells a brief …

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Written by Erika Heidi - - Aggregated on Friday September 26, 2014


Joind.in at PHPNW's Hackathon

With a week to go, everyone attending PHPNW is starting to get excited. One of my highlights of the weekend is always the hackathon; as an open source project lead it's fantastic to meet new contributors and get a chance to hack in person with them and the more established people from the project. This year will …

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Written by Lorna Jane - - Aggregated on Thursday September 25, 2014


Making your development process suck less

One of the easiest ways to start an argument in developer circles is to propose making a change to the development process. The means of developing applications is so crucial to the process of developing software that everybody has an opinion, and they’re convinced that their right. One company I worked for had a …

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Written by Brandon Savage - - Aggregated on Tuesday September 23, 2014


Madison PHP Conference Wrap-up

Madison PHP Conference 2014 was held on September 13th, 2014. As one of the organizers, I saw a very different side of the conference than most attendees (which mostly means I ran around most of the day, and I did not get to see many of the talks). It was still an awesome time, though, … Continue reading "Madison PHP …

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Written by Beth Tucker Long - - Aggregated on Monday September 22, 2014


Range Update – 2014-08-30

Dear Reader, Ignore this post, it is just for me to keep track of my progress. 15 Yards – 2 magazines   10 Yards – 2 Magazines   5 yards – 2 Magazines   10 yards – 2 magazines – Double Taps   5 yards – 3 Magazines Until next time, I <3 |< =C= […]

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Wednesday September 17, 2014


Range Update – 2014-08-30

Dear Reader, Ignore this post, it is just for me to keep track of my progress. 15 Yards – 2 magazines   10 Yards – 2 Magazines   5 yards – 2 Magazines   10 yards – 2 magazines – Double Taps   5 yards – 3 Magazines Until next time, I <3 |< =C= […]

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Wednesday September 17, 2014