Are you always missing the latest releases from your favourite musicians?
You can make sure to not miss another album launch by using last.fm’s “new releases” section, what’s more you can have it automatically pop up in your favourite feed reader using this simple tip.
At first I didn’t get PHPSpec’s “inline matchers” but have since discovered how to use them for matching custom conditions in your tests.
It’s amazing how far a few simple examples will take you, and thanks to kind-hearted folk on the net, I’ve had my eyes opened and hopefully can provide some useful examples for other people.
I’ve recently started using PHPSpec to drive my testing efforts in a new Laravel project. The behaviour-driven approach makes a lot of sense to me but I am finding it a little difficult to master.
This post provides a fix if you find PHPSpec throwing
Class not found errors after running your test suite on the command line.
I recently had an issue with Google Drive which resulted in a large number of duplicate files and folders being created.
Fortunately, using linux command line provided an easy way find all these files and move them to another folder whilst retaining their directory structure.
Finishing work late in the evening and trying to get to sleep soon thereafter is not a good idea.
Word to the wise – make sure to give plenty of time between finishing work and actually going to bed – and don’t go checking your work email just before bed, that just re-activates all those thought processes.