I opted for creating my own website. Not owned by any platform like Medium, dev.to. In this post I explain why I did this and why you should too.
When I was younger I got bullied, badly. In this very personal post I delve deeper into my past to show you how it changed me and how I try to deal with that.
When creating a product it is important to have a good product vision. After all you need to know what exactly it is you’re going to build. In this post I introduce you to the Kano model for reaching that point of knowing what to build.
We all have so many ideas. Time to act upon them.
Consumer vs Producer. I filled in a small survey and came to a conclusion. In the first place, I’m a consumer. But is that what I want to be? I dig deeper into this in this post.
Testing our code is so important. But how can you easily manage all those different tests? Introducing Codeception. In this post I will show you how to setup this tool so you can easily test your code.
As a developer I look at my screen almost continuously. This was burning me out and I needed a break away from technology. So I took a digital detox. In this post I will show you what I did and how it felt.
For our project we wanted to create a Base CrudController. One to be reused by all the CRUD controllers. One missing piece of the puzzle was how to pass the correct entity in the path. In this post I will show you how we do this with Twig.
During our November meetup we noticed that a lot of people really wanted to do a talk. Yet they were unsure wether their subject was good enough or they did not know how to start with speaking. So we did a little survey. This post reveals the results.
Ever worked with legacy code? Then the Boyscout rule is a rule for you. In this post I will tell you how this rule will improve that legacy code.