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Learning Golang. Day 6

Learning Golang. Day 6

Mon, May 16, 2022

Here we are on day 6 – the start of the week two. Today, was a slower day, where I focused on one topic, maps!

Learning Golang. Day 4

Learning Golang. Day 4

Thu, May 12, 2022

Here I am at day 4. Today, I learned about the range function and started the slices exercise…​but got stuck.

Learning Golang. Day 2

Learning Golang. Day 2

Tue, May 10, 2022

Today was a slightly slower day for learning Go than was yesterday. However, I learned about flow control statements, and defer, panic, and recover.

Learning Golang. Day 1

Learning Golang. Day 1

Mon, May 9, 2022

For the longest time, I’ve been meaning to learn another software development language in-depth, in addition to my primary development language, PHP. I’ve decided that the language is Go.

I Built a Budget Video Editing PC!

I Built a Budget Video Editing PC!

Tue, May 3, 2022

After many years of seemingly endless struggle and frustration while creating online courses and content, I’m cautiously optimistic that things are about to get a lot better, as I have a new, dedicated video-editing PC.

Setup Step Debugging in PHP with Xdebug 3 and Docker Compose

Setup Step Debugging in PHP with Xdebug 3 and Docker Compose

Wed, Mar 10, 2021

In versions of Xdebug before version 3 setting up step debugging for code inside Docker containers has often been challenging to say the least. However, in version 3 it’s become almost trivial. In this short tutorial, I’ll step you through what you need to do, regardless of the (supported) text editor or IDE you’re using.

How to Use a CSRF Token in a Mezzio Application

How to Use a CSRF Token in a Mezzio Application

Tue, Mar 2, 2021

No matter how small your web app may be, security is essential! In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to add a CSRF token in forms used in Mezzio-based applications, to prevent attackers from being able to force your users to execute malicious actions.


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