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Solving conflicts in composer.lock

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Monday November 28, 2016 - Permalink

We have all been there: CONFLICT (content): Merge conflict in composer.lock Automatic merge failed; fix conflicts and then commit the result. Don’t panic, breathe, let’s walk through this. Since I joined Usabilla, I have been working once more in a large team. With more people involved in the process of working with composer, adding, updating and removing libraries, merge conflicts are …

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Land ho! New challenge ahead.

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Thursday June 30, 2016 - Permalink

A few months ago I posted about the situation at my former company and the uncertain future of our team. During these 3 months we explored many new opportunities and interviewed with many companies, from startups to consolidated giants, from financial market to education and user feedback, it was an amazing journey. This journey is now over and I have found my new challenge, but more on that in …

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Code Reviews – Not just a quality tool

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Tuesday May 17, 2016 - Permalink

I’m a big fan of Code Reviews, or Peer Reviews, within the work flow of a team. But many times when talking about them people refer to them mostly as a tool to avoid bugs, improve quality or the overlooking of details. While these things do surely come out of having a review process, I do not believe they are the real reason why they are a good thing for teams. Code Reviews, to me, are about …

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Need a Lead? Here’s my story.

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Tuesday April 5, 2016 - Permalink

After 2,5 years working with Symbid, our paths must now diverge. After having contributed as a partner company and then joined to build the in-house development team that would later form the base of Symbid’s Product Development team, and finally push it over into a fintech company, sadly we part ways before achieving our long dreamed and much schemed plans. As is the lifetime of disruptive …

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J and Beyond 2014: An Overview

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Tuesday June 3, 2014 - Permalink

The past weekend marked a very important moment for me. After almost a year on the sidelines dealing with personal matters, I finally had the opportunity to go talk to and teach another community. I was invited by Brian Teeman ( @brianteeman ) to go keynote at J and Beyond , an annual Joomla Conference focused on their core leadership group and the most active community members. I was very …

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Installing Composer Packages

Written by Rafael Dohms - Published on Rafael Dohms' blog
Aggregated on Monday October 13, 2014 - Permalink

I have been putting together a new talk about Composer, and that means looking around the community, doing loads of research and trying to identify the items that need to be covered in a talk. Mostly I have been trying to identify things that people do on a regular basis that according to composer internals is either wrong or not ideal. One such thing that I have found is the proper selection …

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