Last year has been a very busy year for me. With the promotion I had at work, I was just working too much. I am not planning to get back into blogging again.
As promised, here is the basics tutorial of using xdebug in action. [embedyt] http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bV0_gk0fkk%5B/embedyt%5D
As an automation developer, I have learned how to write code in Java. When I am having an issue, one of the nice things that you can do is debug your code, line by line. For the longest I had wished that something like this existed in PHP. I have come to find out that
I finally took the plunge and converted from iPhone to Android. I just bought the Samsung Galaxy S3. I guess buying the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 has made me make the change. It could also be due to the changes that are rumored for the iPhone 5. I have owned it for few days and
I just purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and I am loving it. So since I am new I have been looking around for some good apps to use. I think I found one in an app called Terminal IDE . This application brings a developmenting environment with Git support that I can do
One of my latest purchases was an Android Samsung Galaxy Tablet 10.1. Unfortunately I have to get a replacement but it happens. So getting back on track I am new to an Android device. I found a great app on the Google Play Store, called Terminal IDE . This app brings you access to the
Well this past week Adobe has launched their new cloud service called, Adobe Creative Cloud . As of launch they are charging a monthly fee of $49.99 and I believe it is going to be well worth it. I will gladly pay that amount to get all of the Adobe products for both Windows and
I just bought a few weeks ago a new MacBook Pro and I love it. So now it was time to setup my computer to use rvm and Octopress. So I logged into the Mac App store and downloaded the newest version of Xcode and installed it. I then went to the Octopress webstite and
So I have switched from SVN to Git and I am very happy about it. When I am at work I am stuck using SVN and I hate it. So I learned about a command that git has called git svn. It allows me to clone an SVN repo and locally use Git for it.
So the other day, it was announced that the alpha release of TextMate2 was avaliable for licensed users of TextMate So I decided to make a little video on some of the changes that I have seen so far. I am excited what I have seen and look forward in helping making TextMate the best