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Stop forgetting interesting articles, books, or podcasts from your favorite authors.


Frameworks like React, Vue, Laravel, and Symfony are super popular. How to break away and improve your skills

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Don’t fall into junior developer pitfalls or overcomplicate things

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Get back into control, how to efficiently work with your agenda, task list, and become more productive and relaxed while doing so.


It’s more about understanding code than about just reading more tutorials

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The ideal task management app for software developers and tech-savvy people

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Bring your code and architecture to the next level, step away from tutorials, and read these essential books on clean code, larger application architectures, and fundamental software design.

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Xdebug eats away your system resources. Easily be able to enable and disable Xdebug is the ideal way to an efficient debugging workflow.

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zend_extension="xdebug.so"
zend_extension="xdebug.so"
[xdebug]
xdebug.remote_enable=1
xdebug.default_enable=1
xdebug.remote_autostart=1
xdebug.remote_host=localhost
xdebug.remote_port=9000 …


Installing Xdebug for different PHP versions on your Mac OS X development environment and easily switch it off and on.

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Installing Xdebug on all your PHP versions.


Hassle-free configure your mac to run different PHP versions together with Nginx, Mysql, Redis, and Elasticsearch.

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  1. Nginx
  2. PHP 7.1 PHP 7.2 PHP 7.3 and PHP 7.4 next to each other needed for multiple different projects running on different versions.
  3. MySQL@5.7
  4. Redis
  5. Xdebug
  6. Elasticsearch 2.4 5.8 and 6.4 next to each other without docker or other bullshit that eats up your system resources. I know colleagues have Elasticsearch running constantly which is a waste of your system’s resources and battery if you’re on a MacBook. …

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kay in t veen

Entrepreneur, PHP developer, Magento 2 and laravel specialist, Coffee snob // professional Sports photographer // 📍Rotterdam, the Netherlands 🇳🇱

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