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re: Liveness and Readiness Probes with Laravel
Lets not forget that the health checks can be more complica...
re: Should I install the package or use the CDN?
It depends, there are many solutions to this. You could cr...
re: .env file in public folder is a security risk
This is so incredibly obvious that anyone making this mista...
re: Should I learn Vim (or its keybindings)?
It really isn't about the keybindings, it's more about the ...
re: Explain C Pointers Like I'm Five
10/10
re: How To: GitLab and Docker Registry
Cool! I'm planning on doing this myself in the future, than...
re: Kubernetes-powered Docker for mac is released!
I wish I knew Japanese, the title seams interesting...
re: Why I Switched from Visual Studio Code to Sublime Text
I'm 100% editor based, I've tried PHPStorm but it feels jus...
re: Does repository pattern make sense when using it in Laravel?
The repository pattern and Eloquent are not competitors, yo...
re: What are your favorite non-technical podcasts?
This one is really good, very long episodes though.
re: What developer podcasts do you listen to or watch?
PHPUgly Toolsday Laracast snippet Laravel Podcast The Chan...
re: The ultimate guide to sending bulk SMS with Twilio and Node.js
Thanks, the bulk sending part is gonna be particularly usef...
re: What developer podcasts do you listen to or watch?
Cool! I didn't know SO had a podcast.
re: Be good at one thing, not average at everything
I think you should always pursue what picks your interest, ...
re: Stop aliasing core Git commands
Under the same logic we should all use the same editor with...
re: Stop aliasing core Git commands
You also don't remove the original command when doing an al...
re: Bash Shell Tricks
So cool! I also use $_ for the arguments of the last comman...
re: Laravel php tag not working
Pretty sure it has happen to all of us at some point! No st...
re: Laravel php tag not working
Are you doing an echo? <?php echo "something"; ?>...
re: How do containers work when you're using both Docker and Kubernetes?
I know this maybe a little bit more than ELI5 but if you wa...
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