Having the right tools for the job can help you work smarter and get things done quicker.
Here I try to share some of the tools that I have picked up over the years that.
When WordPress started out, it was just a blogging platform, but it has continuously evolved into a full content management system, offering its users the ability to create and publish awesome websites and blogs. The plugin database is one of the largest and is continuously growing.
Record types are immutable reference types that provide value semantics for equality. Don’t worry – record types aren’t as complicated as they sound. Let’s break it all down and
It’s official: C# 9.0 is out! Back in May I blogged about the C# 9.0 plans, and the following is an updated version of that post to match what we actually ended up shipping. With every new version of C# we strive for greater clarity and simplicity in common coding scenarios, and C# 9.
Scriban is a fast, powerful, safe and lightweight text templating language and engine for .NET, with a compatibility mode for parsing liquid templates. By default, Properties and methods of .NET objects are automatically exposed with lowercase and _ names.
Git is powerful, and without any doubt, it’s one of the most popular version control systems. There are many Git best practices, and Git tips are there which can help you to save your time.
Don’t miss the Neos event of the year! Two days full of information about Neos and Flow, provided by professional developers in a unique one-track conference. In 2017 we are starting with a new conference name and a new beautiful venue in the heart of Hamburg, Germany.
This gist’s comment stream is a collection of webdev apps for OS X. Feel free to add links to apps you like, just make sure you add some context to what it does — either from the creator’s website or your own thoughts.
In its short life span, it was one of the fastest growing groups in Facebook’s history and a hub for those trying to delegitimize the election. OAKLAND, Calif. — The first post in the new Facebook group that was started on Wednesday was innocuous enough.
There are various technical differences, for example @simonw preferring lightweight SQLite databases compared to @karlicoss preferring dumping the data and parsing-when-needed, but the purposes are similar enough that I think they should be mentioned.