At SunshinePHP this year, at one of the talks, the speaker mentioned a book called “The Checklist Manifesto”. I started reading it yesterday and I’m halfway through it already. It’s a good read that explains why checklists are so vital
This year’s Sunshine PHP conference is only the second I’ve attended. My first was Tek in Chicago, in 2013. Having 2 years of PHP experience behind me now has made a big difference in my understanding of the topics presented
While going though some code in a plugin (not one I wrote), I came across the following snippet: if ( !isset($update_transient->checked) ) return $update_transient; else $themes = $update_transient->checked; Looking at this makes me cringe. Here’s how I would write this:
So here we are on the eve of a new year. 2014 has been a good one for me. I decided to look back over my posts for the year, and discovered that I only posted 10 times in 2014!
I attended the php[tek] 2013 (tek13) conference for the first time this year. After coding ColdFusion for the last 12 years, I am now diving into PHP. I have not been involved in the ColdFusion community, so when the decision was made