For some time now I've been struggling with an OAuth authorisation. Every time I wanted to build console app that uses service secured be OAuth I had the same problem - how to provide user name and password without a browser. After some research I came up with an idea - I can use headless browser and Selenium to interact with it.
One of the greatest additions to PHP environment is Composer. Together with packagist.org provides enormous amount of packages for every PHP developer. I know, PHP had package manager before it was cool (I'm talking about you PEAR) but Composer was something everyone was waiting for.
When I started to learn Docker I made a mistake and instead of learning basic commands, I jumped into Docker Compose. I was so eager to use it that I missed all what's important. So I took a step back and forced myself into command line interface. After many images I created and lot of container I was experimenting with I finally got it.
Ever since I started building websites I always used some kind of AMP stack. As my skills grew my stack was growing with it. First problems occurred when we had two major versions of PHP out in the wild - 4 and 5. After a while problems were piling up as I was adding Redis, Mongo, APC, Memcached, Elasticsearch and other popular tools to my stack.
You got your fresh Raspberry Pi but you lack external keyboard, mouse and monitor? Don't worry there an easy way to configure your pretty microcomputer. All you need is a little patience and some beer.
Imagine you are a developer working on some ultra important project and your deadline is just around the corner. You need to focus but you can't. How's that? Is there not enough coffee in your blood? Or maybe it's just lack of sleep kicking in? No, it's three most common mistakes you make.
When you are young developer and all you do is writing code, handling projects may be overwhelming. You need to analyse project, create tasks, choose technology, plan your schedule, and so on. I've been there and after many different projects I have created small list used every time I'm working on a new project.