Learning something new every day.
At this year’s CakeFest I gave a lighting talk titled “Projects Are Better When Maintained”.
One of the key goals of CakePHP 3.0 as discussed recently was making CakePHP 3.0 more decoupled. CakePHP 3.0 has achieved that goal very nicely. Take a look at the CakePHP organization’s repos on GitHub and you will find a long list of decoupled collections of classes that are all part of the overall CakePHP […]
Meetup talk covering the basics of CakePHP 3.0.
Talk at the Las Vegas PHP User Group on PHP: The Right Way and other tools.
I presented at this week’s Las Vegas PHP meetup on PHP Classes and Object Oriented Programming.
I gave a talk on Tuesday at the Las Vegas PHP Meetup Group titled Unit Testing Inertia.
I’ve been doing some public speaking over the past few months, here’s what I’ve done.
So for the tenth anniversary, the Zen Garden is open for business once more. I’ve thrown the codebase on Github, given the dusty copy a refresh, started the conversion of the site to HTML5, and brought all of the existing designs kicking and screaming into the modern age. The work isn’t done yet, but it’s […]
You want X lines of text. Anything after that, gracefully cut off. That’s “line clamping” and it is a perfectly legit desire. When you can count on text being a certain number of lines, you can create stronger and more reliable grids from the elements that contain that text, as well as achieve some symmetric […]
We reported this issue to the Google Vulnerability Rewards Program (VRP). After much heckling from my former colleagues at Google, they quickly pulled this system offline. We also applaud Google for creating a program like the VRP and giving us the chance to share our story with a wider audience. At the time of this […]
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