Recent years have seen the proliferation of high-quality package management tools for a wide range of web development languages . . .
A client who wants a web app, and their internal IT told them they should use Ruby on Rails . . .
An Earth-shaking release like PHP 7.0 is tough to follow-up, and at first glance, the upcoming PHP 7.1 release appears, shall we say . . .
In many ways, the transition to PHP 7, from the 5.x line we had used for many years before, was a clean break, an opportunity to clean house and sweep aside development practices and software dependencies that had outlived their usefulness. Operating on a codebase which had grown out of the days and practices of …