Category Archives: PHP

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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Presidential PHP Progress

Trying to add some login security to my PrezPlay project was really bumming me out. Amidst all the stuff I found via Google and StackOverflow that didn’t help was one post where this dude took so much time to help … Continue reading

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Resuming PHP Schooling

I’m always thinking, “I should finish my Presidents project,” but always putting it off because there’s something more urgent like FreeCodeCamp, Codecademy, CS50, etc. but today I decided to do something fun, productive, etc. and not stress out about that … Continue reading

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Mad PHP Props

A while back, I wrote about a particularly crummy tutorial on the subject of connecting an HTML form with a MySQL database using PHP. Summary: Not only was the tutorial incomplete but everyone who commented on it asking similar questions received … Continue reading

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