It wasn’t that long ago that I scoffed at the idea of the iPad, or at least thought it would never have any place in my tech toolkit. I finally broke down and got one, and it’s changed the way I work, largely because of the number of fantastic apps
I had the opportunity this week to go out to Redmond, Washington to attend the Microsoft Web Developer’s Summit at the MS headquarters. For this summit, about 25 leaders in the PHP (and PHP project) community were invited out to sit down with members of the MS product development teams
In part one of this series, you learned what Subversion is and how it can help you, in addition to the terms you’ll need to become familiar with in order to use Subversion in your development process. Part two of this series goes into more specific detail about potential development
As a web developer, hopefully you’re already using subversion, and this tutorial is utterly useless to you. If so, good job, and carry on! If you’re a web developer (or web designer, or web programmer, or are in any way creating files that display or do something on the internet)
We’re all human, and we all make mistakes and overlook important details sometimes – but the thing I can’t stand is making the same mistake twice. To prevent making the same mistakes twice, I have an ever-evolving list of questions that I use to create the tech brief for new
On *nix-based servers, mod_rewrite can be a powerful tool in any web monkey’s arsenal, however it still voodoo to many, while others may not even be aware that it can help them at all.