Developers use version control and that’s great. But let’s be sensible. Let’s not commit sensitive data that can be easily searched, and especially don’t put in your commit message you’re removing sensitive information. Really, don’t.
A few days ago, I bought a Lenovo Yogabook and it’s great for me. I use it primarily as a tablet to watch Netflix on and use the pen for notes and random scribbles.
I found WakaTime about 10 days ago and thought it was pretty cool. I saw they had an integration with PHPStorm so I installed it. It’s pretty handy to track your time against and what files you’re mostly editing.
I recently had the experience of a server shutting down ungracefully, and caused MySQL to completely fall over and die. After executing
service mysqld status, it showed that
mysqld was not running;
I recently bought a mac, and i prefer to my Windows machine, as I wasn’t a fan of Win8. As I don’t keep my databases within my central version control server, I had to manually copy them down from production, to my local machine (to complete my development environment set-up.)