Stop breaking userland. While I love to see PHP improve, it’s dynamic nature (not just dynamic properties) is part of what makes the language so resilient and powerful.
The dead of PHP...
Today @derickr was kind enough to give me a heads-up on a PHP 8.2 RFC currently in voting: https://wiki.php.net/rfc/deprecate_dynamic_properties
The vote is currently leaning to accepting and this scares me …
DM: "Name the restaurant."
Me: "Well, the local arena has a... Grapplebee's."
I peaked. It's all downhill from here. #DnD
One day we’ll get back to building less fragile applications, right?
@auroraeosrose I've run into a lot of those, especially Ruby apps. I hate them.
If your web app cannot run without Docker, it means it's just too fragile and you built it wrong.
Most of the time I end up using jQuery as it solves the problem quicker and more easily than "modern frameworks."
I usually go raw JS -> jQuery -> framework
Think about the biases that are reinforced by your bubble.
A lot of the surprise about jQuery usage stats comes from living in a bubble,” Gołębiowski-Owczarek told me. “Most websites are not complex Web apps… jQuery is still very popular there; it works and it’s s…
Heading home. Thanks for the awesome conference #longhornphp, and to all the sponsors and volunteers. It was great to meet new and old friends, and the talks were informative as always.
Slides for my git talk at #longhornphp are up at https://www.slideshare.net/ctankersley/bend-time-to-your-will-with-git
Thanks to everyone who attended!
What's nice is that it took me longer to download and make the USB drive to re-install Ubuntu than it did to fix it (remounting my /home) and run Puppet to reinstall everything.
Guess who just deleted their system partition?
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