501 Not Implemented

A server can return 501 Not Implemented when it doesn’t support a certain feature. The RFC specifically lists ‘not supporting a specific HTTP method on any resource’ as an example of this. In most practical cases this is similar enough to 405 Method Not Allowed , and 405 is probably the clearer status code …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 9, 2019

Xdebug Update: June 2019

Xdebug Update: June 2019 London, UK Tuesday, July 9th 2019, 09:34 BST This is another of the monthly update reports in which I explain what happened with Xdebug development in this past month. It will be published on the first Tuesday after the 5th of each month. Patreon …

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Written by Derick Rethans - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 9, 2019

Pwned Passwords, Version 5

Almost 2 years ago to the day, I wrote about Passwords Evolved: Authentication Guidance for the Modern Era . This wasn't so much an original work on my behalf as it was a consolidation of advice from the likes of NIST, the NCSC and Microsoft about how we should be doing authentication today. I love that piece …

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Written by Troy Hunt - - Aggregated on Tuesday July 9, 2019

Web Design Weekly #360

Headlines Chaos Design Adam Morse’s epic write up from a recent talk he gave. Grab a beer or a coffee and enjoy this wonderful thoughtful piece. ( The World-Wide Work ( Sponsor Web Design Weekly and reach over 30,142 passionate designers and developers Articles Why Did I Have …

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Written by Web Design Weekly - - Aggregated on Monday July 8, 2019


Having a daily routine is important as it allows you to coast through the day knowing what comes next. For most people, daily routines include going to work, having dinner, picking up the kids, etc. and once it’s ingrained into your daily life it seems to just happen. I’ve noticed for me my routine of creating stuff …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Monday July 8, 2019

Ten Years of Erlang

2019/07/08 Ten Years of Erlang I've joined the Erlang community about 10 years ago, in the midst of its first major hype phase. Erlang, we were told, was the future of concurrency and parallelism. The easiest and fastest way to get it done, and you could get distribution for free too. Back then, things were just …

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Written by - - Aggregated on Monday July 8, 2019