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The end of the year is always a good time to look back and take stock of how WordPress continues to evolve. Surely, 2019 can't match the anticipation and controversy... The post The 2019 WordPress Year in Review appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
When providing some functionality for processing a file uploaded by the user, the file must be available to the process throughout the execution. A simple upload and save operation presents no issues. However, if in addition the file must be manipulated before being saved, and the application is running on several servers behind a load balancer, then we need to make sure that the file is available to whichever server is running the process at each time.
Google has announced a number of changes to its Play Store security policies that will come into effect over the coming year. Starting in September, a new section will be added to Google's Enforcement policy that will mean inactive or otherwise abandoned developer accounts will be closed after one year of dormancy. October will see... Read more » The post Google announces raft of Play Store security policy updates appeared first on Developer Tech News.
During my research for my recent inspiration showcase of majestic designs that feature illustrations of eagles, I found several examples of another animal that is commonly depicted in visual arts. The serpent is one of the oldest and most widespread mythological symbols that represents a range of values across many cultures. In today’s inspiration showcase […] The post Showcase of Symbolic Designs That Feature Serpent Illustrations appeared first on Spoon Graphics.
Atomics (or GCC intrinsics) were first introduced in InnoDB (5.0) by a patch from Mark Callaghan’s team at Google for mutexes and rw-locks. InnoDB code then was written in C. When the code was ported to C++ , part of the 5.6 release, there was no C++ standard for atomics.…
Every chef has their favorite tool. Mine happens to be a wooden spoon I’ve had since forever. I call it “Suzie” (because I’m a weirdo). Some people actually keep their... The post The Personal Process of Choosing the Right Design Tool appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Keeping customers can cause concern for customer-centric companies. For SaaS companies, in particular, the recurring revenue model means that every lost customer represents months of lost revenue. Reducing churn is critical to growing your business. Otherwise, you'll spend more time replacing the revenue lost from churned customers than growing. The top two leading causes of...
On the Laravel News site they've posted an announcement recommending all Laravel 5.6.x and 5.5.x users upgrade to the latest release (5.6.30 & 5.5.42) due to a security issue dealing with the APP_KEY value. Laravel 5.6.30 and Laravel 5.5.42 have both been released to fix a security issue and is recommended that all users upgrade as soon as possible. This update also includes changes to cookie encryption and serialization logic. In addition to the upgrade, they also recommend rotating the key if you believe any malicious user (or former developer/employee) had access to it. The upgrade guide has the information you need to make the update to your application.
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