SOLID, interfaces and final

My colleague Brent started a new podcasts series called "Rant with Brent". In the first episode has explains why he likes the "final" keyword in PHP. I'm …

Written by - - Aggregated on Wednesday May 8, 2019

React for Vue developers

In the latest episode of Full Stack Radio podcast, my colleague Seb explains the differences between React and Vue. In this episode, Adam talks to …

Written by - - Aggregated on Wednesday May 8, 2019

Know Your Team

Claire Lew is the CEO of Know Your Team , a company dedicated to solving the problem of bad bosses. The company has its origins as a product developed …

Written by Signal vs. Noise - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

Facebook joins new Urban Computing Foundation

By Michael Cheng As part of Facebook’s long-standing commitment to open standards and the open source community, we have shared data sets and models to help global organizations. We are using our expertise — including a predictive model for mapping electrical grids , disaster maps , and more accurate population …

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Written by Facebook Code - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

424 Failed Dependency

The 424 Failed Dependency status-code does not appear in the base HTTP specification, but is part of WebDAV specification , which is an extension to HTTP. WebDAV has a concept of ‘properties’ that are associated with resources. They are a little bit like extended file attributes , which is a feature on many …

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Written by Evert Pot - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

Dispatch Your First Job

Now that you have a basic idea of what a queue is, let's dispatch our first job using Laravel. We'll also learn about delayed job execution, and when you might …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

Pizza Time

Before we write a single line of code, give me two minutes to provide a real-life illustration of queues and workers. We'll use the example of a pizza delivery …

Written by Laracasts - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

Xdebug Update: April 2019

Xdebug Update: April 2019 London, UK Tuesday, May 7th 2019, 09:17 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 May 7, 2019

Sibit Demonstrates How Bitcoin Works

Bitcoin was a big technical mystery for me. All the articles I’d read about it sounded extremely complex and absolutely indigestible. Until I got stuck with a task: I had to integrate Zold , our experimental non-Blockchain cryptocurrency, with Bitcoin. I had to study the architecture of Bitcoin and I found this …

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Written by Yegor Bugayenko - - Aggregated on Tuesday May 7, 2019

Sleep, Glorious Sleep

For the past month, I’ve started going to bed and waking up at set times, and it’s been amazing. Every night 10 PM is bedtime, lights out, and no talking, then every morning 6:30 AM is wakeup time. I’ve been really consistent and started using a sleep app as a way of tracking it. As you can see, I cheated a …

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Written by Eric L. Barnes - - Aggregated on Monday May 6, 2019