I don’t know who needs to see this, but if you’d like to see pictures of anime girls (safe for work) with programming books, there’s apparently a git repo for that.
Hey, by the way, a couple years ago, one of my coworkers was named Ramsey. While a was code reviewing one of his PRs, I noticed he added ramsey/uuid to our composer.json, and I thought he was adding something he wrote, which seemed weird to me.
It wasn’t until a few months later when I saw it in Laravel’s composer.json and thought, “there’s no way that Taylor Otwell let in a package that Ramsey wrote.” So, I had to look you up to realize that you were not the Ramsey I knew.
These things happen.
My first professional dev job, I accidentally introduced a SQL injection vulnerability which could have had enormous impact.
Thankfully, it was caught on a security audit a couple months later, and nobody had exploited it.
I didn’t get fired. I promised I would do better (and I did).
I think you’ve done what you should do. Best thing is just to learn from the mistake and move on.
My name is Dan Jones.
I've been a PHP developer for over a decade.
I also have four cool kids and an amazing wife.
I'd like to get into voice acting, but don't really have the time for a side career right now.
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I mainly created this one as a way of interacting with fellow PHP devs.
PHP Developer for over a decade.
Also a father, and an erstwhile actor.
My main account is @danjones000
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