Welcome to another news blast from the RunCloud RoundUp. This week we have two RunCloud blog articles that look at the advantages of using RunCloud. Firstly we take a look at just how RunCloud has matured to become a highly competitive alternative to cPanel, then we explore the advantages and disadvantages of RunCloud with the grand-daddy of this space, ServerPilot.
In other news… It seems Linus Torvalds has finally realised the errors of his ways and is ready to change, Wired magazine delves further. Drupal Europe 2018 was last week, and Dries Buytaert gave his ‘Driesnote’ state of Drupal presentation to an eager audience of 1000 Drupalists. Sublime, that golden child of text editors surpises everyone with a Git client, Sublime Merge, give it a try! Federici Tomassetti, founder of Strumenta, details the 3 lessons that helped him become a better professional, something I think we all aspire to be.
In more news… Howard Robson at Torque demonstrates how to integrate A.I. in your sales process, Alex Denning (founder of WP Shout and MasterWP) explores Deep Work in practice for remote teams, Polemic Digital beseech you to join them and tell Google AMP to go to hell! PHP7.3’s first release candidate is here and Paul Redmond at Laravel News brings us a collection of some of the best related articles.
And Furthermore… Stack Overflow have launched the Stack Overflow Salary Calculator, is it time to have a word with your boss? Nitesh Agrawal learns a great deal from studying over 4000 interviews for remote employees and shares his findings. Drupal 8.6 has been released and WordPress details its focus for the upcoming 4.9.9 release. Jason McDonald investigates the Curse of the IDE, while Laravel News introduces the Laravel Health Panel.
In our collection of tutorials and lessons we start with an introduction to encryption in PHP from Ashley Rich at the Delicious Brains blog. Following that, we have Carl Alexanders guide to starting to unit test WordPress code, before Jason McCreary introduces his 10 Practices for producing readable code.
And more… Mike Andreasen’s WP Bullet has an excellent tutorial on quickly downloading WordPress backups to your VPS using SFTP, Ahmad Awais’ One Minute Dev series has a quick guide on Shell Aliases for speedy directory navigation, Julian Neuhart builds a SPA using Symfony and the Vue ecosystem, Daniel Gomes explains why cloning PHP objects is less useful than deep copying them, Povilas Korop shows us how to create multi-user tenancy in Laravel, John Fansler details using Docker for WordPress plugin development, Bruno Skvorc looks at PHP performance optimization with Blackfire, and Jeremy McPeak gets us started with Pusher and private Channels.
We wrap everything up with a lighthearted article on Chindōgu, the Japanese Art of Useless things!
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Development News from Across the PHP World and Beyond
Three Rules That Helped Me Become a Better Professional
DZone | Federico Tomassetti
In a diversion from his usual technical blog posts Federico Tomassetti outlines the three rules that helped him become a better professional - Share the Credit, Take Blame, and Spell out problems.Read More
Driesnote - State of Drupal Presentation - Drupal Europe 2018
dri.es | Dries Buytaert
Last week was Drupal Europe 2018, where nearly 1,000 Drupalists gathered in Darmstadt, Germany. As is tradition, Dries Buytaerte presented his 'State of Drupal' keynote.Read More
Linux's creator is sorry, but will he change?
Wired | Klint Finley
In the 25 years since Linus Torvalds created Linux it has taken over the world, just as he has developed a reputation for behavior and harsh language that many say crosses the line into emotional abuse. Now he is sorry, but will he change?Read More
Sublime Merge - Git, Done Sublime
Sublime Text Blog
Introducing Sublime Merge, combining the UI engine of Sublime Text, with a from-scratch implementation of Git*. The result of which is, in the words of the developers, something pretty special!Read More