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Array destructuring in PHP

Written by Frank de Jonge / Original link on Apr. 30, 2018

In my day to day job I write in a number of programming languages. The majority of my time is spent writing PHP but I very much enjoy writing other languages, such as Go and Javascript, too! One of the things I like the most about JavaScript, and PHP also to some extent, is how flexible and express…


Array destructuring in PHP

Written by Frank de Jonge / Original link on Apr. 30, 2018

In my day to day job I write in a number of programming languages. The majority of my time is spent writing PHP but I very much enjoy writing other languages, such as Go and Javascript, too! One of the things I like the most about JavaScript, and PHP also to some extent, is how flexible and express…


Being in control of time in PHP

Written by Frank de Jonge / Original link on Mar. 8, 2018

When developers talk about the infrastructural boundaries or external dependencies they often talk about databases and third-party integration. They're the first thing we'll put behind an interface so we can stub them out during our tests. This gives us some control over them. It's become relativel…


Being in control of time in PHP

Written by Frank de Jonge / Original link on Mar. 8, 2018

When developers talk about the infrastructural boundaries or external dependencies they often talk about databases and third-party integration. They're the first thing we'll put behind an interface so we can stub them out during our tests. This gives us some control over them. It's become relativel…