I haven’t played golf in year but had the luxury of playing with some friends on Monday. One of the guys took a slo-mo video of my swing and sent it to me. The way I pictured myself swinging, versus how I actually swing is completely different. I do have an injured right elbow that can not bend which makes golf even more awkward.
Maybe if I start working on it now I’ll be ready for the senior PGA tour?
Ever since a man came down the mountain carrying the first todo list, we have been in search of finding the perfect system for keeping up with our todos. In modern times we have calendars, pencil and paper systems, and more digital todo apps than stars.
Git Style Guide is a GitHub project aimed at helping you improve your Git practices. Or if you are like me it shows that everything you’ve been doing is wrong.
I’m probably showing my age here, but I remember using CVS, Concurrent Versions System, and how horrible it was. Every time I attempted to branch and merge I’d break the whole system. Now with Git I feel like you can’t really mess it up.
Have you seen a public repo that you think has a great Git log and branching pattern?
Note: This tutorial is only relevant for Laravel 5.1 and lower. Laravel 5.2 has improved how this works.
If you’ve used Laravel’s form validation for any length of time, then you know it’s a powerful system. It makes the tedious task of validation very simple while still keeping the door open for complex rules.
In this tutorial, I want to show you a simple and easy way of validating forms that contain dynamic fields. A common use case for these types of forms is when you would like to allow a user to add more fields to a form.
Shuttle is a simple SSH shortcut menu for Mac. It’s designed to take the pain away from remembering all your SSH shortcuts and directly from your menu bar you can visually see all the SSH connections you have available.
I’ve been using it and love the simplicity of the app. Adding new shortcuts is easy and defined in a JSON file. However, if you already have connections defined in ~/.ssh/config it will automatically pull those in.
The project is open source and created by Trevor Fitzgerald and inspired from SSHMenu from Linux. If you have trouble remembering your connections or shortcuts definitely give this little app a try.