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My cat Squiggle is not well

My cat has gone to the vets twice because he has a pain in his back. He is constantly licking surfaces, himself and also scratching, digging, and biting himself. It’s definitely a discomfort, but the vets can’t find the answer, and it’s so frustrating. If you stroke the lower part of his back, he will start to lick …

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Written by Michael Brooks - RSS Feed - - Aggregated on Thursday January 10, 2019


An Easy Way To Save

It’s always hard to bring down your standard of living but you need to do that in order to save more money. If that doesn’t sound appealing the next time you get a raise take the extra money and put it all in your retirement account or an emergency fund that you can’t easily access. Your standard of living will …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Thursday January 10, 2019


Laravel 5.7.20 Released

The Laravel team released 5.7.20 this week with added ‘chunkById()’ support on model relations, a new collection method, and some new FilesystemAdapter …

Written by Laravel News - - Aggregated on Thursday January 10, 2019


Make a point to learn

Dear Reader, You make time for the things that are important to you. Look at your calendar for the three months just passed. Did you set aside time to expose yourself to new concepts and new ideas? Life moved fast and the things that get done are the important things. The tech industry moves fast […] The post Make …

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Written by Cal Evans - - Aggregated on Thursday January 10, 2019


Grid Spacing and Card Tweaks

Let's continue working on the CSS for the projects dashboard. This will give us an opportunity to discuss grid spacing, and how we can use a combination of …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Thursday January 10, 2019


Set your Terminal to Red for Production

Making mistakes in production is one thing that always scares me. This problem multiplies if you use a lot of terminal tabs but a quick and easy solution is to make production red so it’s immediately noticeable where you are logged into. For the image above I’m using Termius on iOS which supports this and allows …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Wednesday January 9, 2019


Diversity Update for 2019

SymfonyCon At SymfonyCon I had the pleasure of presenting a talk on what happened during the first year of the diversity initiative. While admittedly there …

Written by Symfony blog - - Aggregated on Wednesday January 9, 2019


MySQL examples in Node.js

If you’re integrating your Node.js service with MySQL, you probably want to execute queries. I’ve seen a fair bit of ugly code to do this, often using callbacks. I thought I would share some of my own patterns here. Maybe this is useful to others to read. I don’t typically use ORM’s. If you’re already happy with …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Wednesday January 9, 2019


What’s new in the upcoming PHP 7.4?

Good overview by Brendt on the new features that will be landing in PHP 7.4, which is due somewhere December 2019. I’m especially looking forward to Typed properties . One thing I personally find missing though is how to typehint the contents for arrays — e.g. “I’d like an array of Foo ‘s” . The addition of a …

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Written by Bram.us - - Aggregated on Wednesday January 9, 2019