One of the most recurring events I face in the projects I'm involved is “How the hell do I manage all the dependencies?” You have internal libraries, frameworks, external libraries, it is just a big mess.
It is very hard to ensure all developers are using the same version of a specific library.
Sometimes their distribution provides a newer version and they develop according to the latest specifications.
When deploying they are faced with the sad reality, that version of the library is not available on the production server either because it is not approved by the Sys Admin team or simply it is not available
As result their code can not be deployed because it relies on a feature only the latest and greatest version provides! Continue reading
A funny thing just happend, nettuts has just listed my first article about FirePhp published by six revisions in their "Best of the Web- July" round up.
The "Best of the Web- July" is a round up of the best web development tutorials published on July.
The funny thing is that long before I knew about six revisions, Jeffrey, the almighty nettuts editor refused to publish this article only to later mention it as one the best on the web!!
I want to say thanks to Jacob from six revisions for taking the time to listen to me and publishing this wonderful article.
Kudos to you Jeffrey for your brilliant insight! Continue reading
The second article in the FirePhp series is out
you can read it atÂ Six Revisons Continue reading
This article about cookies in PHP was published a while ago in the portuguese PHP community.
It’s only available in Portuguese
Are you hungry ?
let’s eat some cookies