— Matthieu Napoli (@matthieunapoli) January 26, 2017
Yarn is a package manager for your code. It allows you to use and share code with other developers from around the world. Yarn does this quickly, securely, and reliably so you don’t ever have to worry.
Yarn allows you to use other developers’ solutions to different problems, making it easier for you to develop your software. If you have problems, you can report issues or contribute back, and when the problem is fixed, you can use Yarn to keep it all up to date.
National Geography publishes world’s best 20 hikes: France, Italy, Switzerland. Definitely the places to visit for hiking.
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Mattermost – open-source Slack competitor, with self-hosted option.
If you watch the software industry backwards, it starts with kids flailing; ends with old guys solving impossible problems by thinking hard.
— Gary Bernhardt (@garybernhardt) December 29, 2011
Chronos aims to be a drop-in replacement for nesbot/carbon. It focuses on providing immutable date/datetime objects. Immutable objects help ensure that datetime objects aren’t accidentally modified keeping data more predictable.
<?php require 'vendor/autoload.php'; use Cake\Chronos\Chronos; printf("Now: %s", Chronos::now());
Pretty neat example of how you shouldn’t calculate days/weeks from Swizec Teller.
If you think that day is equal 60 * 60 *24 seconds – this post’s for you.
I just had to keep it here. I must have done it!
Bored with your free time?
Had enough of people being nice to you?
Maintain a popular open source project.
— I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) January 27, 2015