This is a quick article on a few things you can do to keep your PC and anything running IIS clean and fast. The first two are both going to require you to open file explorer. Type %temp% into the […]
One of the problems I have with PHP is that building lists of objects and being able to access object properties can be a bit tricky. Of course, there’s the tried-and-true method of creating an associative array, encoding it, and […]
Today I learned a nice trick on how to take advantage of sub-queries and aliasing the result to be used again in the same query. This is a terribly basic example of how to use sub-queries for more efficient use […]
There are thousands of different plugins available on the internet. Some better than others. I’ve selected several of my all-time favorites to work with. ChartJS: https://www.chartjs.org/ FullCalendar:https://fullcalendar.io/ MomentJS:https://momentjs.com/ Photo by Todd Quackenbush on Unsplash
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O Nerdmas tree, o Nerdmas tree How lovely are thy branches O Nerdmas tree, o Nerdmas tree How lovely are thy branches Your commits so clean in build-time Stay bravely clean in run-time O TFS, o Nerdmas tree How lovely […]
Here are the top 2 reasons why doctor’s hate the internet… Reason Number 1: Reason Number 2: Image courtesy of: Marcelo Leal
In the beginning, at least for me, I wanted to program everything from “scratch.” I remember conversations I would have with seasoned programmers who I would ask, “Do you program all that from scratch? Or do you use other people’s code?” They […]