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In a new post to his site Tomas Votruba takes the opposite approach to writing good code by sharing bad examples in the form of fourteen tips to write bad code, practices that can make code hard to upgrade and difficult to maintain. Today I'll show you how to own your company. All you need to do is write code that no-one can read, is hard to refactor and creates technical debt. It's not easy, because if other programmers spot you're writing legacy code, you're busted. If you keep a low profile of very smart architect and do it right, you'll be the only one in the company who knows what is going on and you'll have a value of gold. Learn how to be successful living vendor lock! He then goes through his list of poor practices to avoid including: Use protected instead of private Use Non-String Method Names Don't Always use PSR-4 Hide Your Dependencies in Constructor Use Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use Traits with Annotations to Define Magic Methods Use as Short Naming as Possible ...and many more. For each item in the list sample code is provided so you'll know exactly what to avoid.
Now if that word didn’t sound so negative. From a purely phonetic point of view, design critique sounds devastating. In the following article, we’ll bravely move past details like that, and find the pearls hidden within the oyster. What’s Design Critique? Some people get dizzy just from hearing the word “critique”. Though properly executed, design...
As workforces become more distributed and remote, companies need to identify ways to improve employee satisfaction. Employee engagement, retention, and satisfaction are all important in... The post 6 Ways to Improve Employee Satisfaction for Better Company Success appeared first on Web Development & Technology Resources.
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Sergey Zhuk has posted another ReactPHP tutorial to his site, this time focusing on working with the filesystem from a ReactPHP application. I/O operations in the filesystem are often very slow, compared with CPU calculations. In an asynchronous PHP application this means that every time we access the filesystem even with a simple fopen() call, the event loop is being blocked. All other operations cannot be executed while we are reading or writing on the disk. [...] So, what is the solution? ReactPHP ecosystem already has a component that allows you to work asynchronously with a filesystem: reactphp/filesystem. This component provides a promise-based interface for the most commonly used operations within a filesystem. He starts the code with a bit of setup, creating the initial event loop, the related Filesystem instance and a pointer to a "test.txt" file. He then walks through the basic filesystem operations and the code required: reading in the file contents, creating a new file and writing content back out to a file. The next section goes through the same functionality for directories. He ends the post with a look at symbolic link creation, read and delete operations.
In a post to his blog Ivan Enderlin talks about a move that his team at Automattic (the company behind WordPress) made away from using PHPUnit for their application testing over to atoum and some of the reasoning behind it. Few months ago at
Fig 1. A chap performing the Detroit JITUnless you have been living under a rock, or are from the past (in which case, welcome), you will be aware that a JIT is coming to PHP 8: The vote ended, quietly, today, with a vast majority in favour of merging into PHP 8, so, it's official.Throw some crazy s...
Microsoft announced the September 2021 release of the Python Extension for Visual Studio Code, which includes a rich Python editing experience in the browser, a revamped testing experience, and a new button for running and debugging files on the editor. The new version also includes an update regarding the Microsoft Python Language Server's end of … continue reading The post SD Times news digest: Python in Visual Studio Code – September 2021 release, Elastic completes acquisition of Build.Security, Micro Focus LoadRunner Cloud 2021.08 appeared first on SD Times.
One thing you've probably noticed if you operate an online business is that you are always busy. From creating social media posts to paying vendors, there will always be tasks screaming for your attention. You will often find yourself balancing many different roles like marketing, customer support, bookkeeping, social media management, and vendor relationship management,...
The filter() the method creates a new array filled with all the elements of the old array that pass a certain test, provided as a function. Let's take a look at the syntax:-
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