Category Archives: PHP

PHP Rabbit Holes [solved]

Whoa. Got tracks to work (with laptop not at home). Destroyed tracks by attempting to “fix” or improve it (with laptop still not at home). Fortunately, I hadn’t pushed anything to GitHub yet so, at home on my iMac, got … Continue reading

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It’s Miller Time

Or something. After much hard work and learning, I have the albums portion of the rockinPHP app working. Behold: and Lots more work still to do. Including getting that data into a database — the table is just a visual … Continue reading

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Deeper. And stuff.

Just installed Composer. Used that to install the latest version of PHPMailer. Watching The Fugitive for the billionth time and was inspired to search for PHP jobs in Chicago. God, I’d love to live in Chicago. Almost as much as … Continue reading

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My Site Is Secure

Just bought my first TLS/SSL certificate. Feel cool. Like I’ve gone through a rite of passage. Like I’m not an amateur. Also continuing to make php forms and such more secure in the app itself. Pretty pleased with myself. Learning … Continue reading

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Spotify and PHP

Just took a look at the two repos of PHP classes/wrappers for the Spotify Web API. I was very surprised — also simultaneously disappointed and delighted — they were so small and did so little. Perhaps that’s unfair — I … Continue reading

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Choosing a Specialty

Okay, I’m choosing PHP which I know isn’t hot or sexy but I have a few reasons. It’s always been easy to understand It’s always been easy to write Learning new things has been easy I’ve made more progress with … Continue reading

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2016 Books of the Year

As with last year, these aren’t necessarily new books released in 2016. These are the books I discovered that most contributed to my learning and advancement in 2016. New books face a disadvantage in their hopes to be so honored — … Continue reading

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