So I gave a talk at San Diego Drupal Camp (SANDCamp) and Midwest Drupal Camp (MidCamp) 2015. It was called 'PHP Code Analysis Through Unit Testing.'
Just a heads-up of a proof-of-concept I did.
Note that as my deadlines loom, I am unable to comb over every line of code in this article. Please forgive any un-runnable code and let me know which it is so I can address it. Thanks.
This article (and the accompanying talk) exist to teach you enough about Composer to get a few things done.
Last week I gave a short talk at the Seattle PHP User Group. This meeting: http://www.meetup.com/seaphp/events/197182452/
In internet communities, there is often a question of how to deal with someone who is consistently rude or mean or troll-ish or what-have-you.
It's similar to having 'difficult' people in the workplace.
My mom has a WordPress site.
Pantheon announced they host WordPress.
Time to move my mom's site to Pantheon. :-)
I'm in the market for a new laptop, which means I'm in the market for a new MacBook Pro (probably 13" non-Retina, because I like repairing things I own).
I just wanted to mention a thing I hacked together a little while ago. It's made it much easier to manage coding standards stuff. Your mileage may vary.