One of Git’s core value-adds is the ability to edit history. Unlike version control systems that treat the history as a sacred record, in git we can change history to suit our needs.
I’ve been beta testing Jeff Atwood’s and Joel Spolsky’s latest venture, Stack Overflow. In case you haven’t heard, Stack Overflow is a new site where programmers can go to get their programming questions answered by other programmers.
Recently there has been some buzz in the Elixir community surrounding Phoenix LiveView, which promises SPA-like experiences without the need to write and maintain a heavy JavasScript application.
The WordPress content management system (CMS) is set to receive an assortment of new security features today that will finally add the protection level that many of its users have desired for years. These features are expected to land with the official release of WordPress 5.