I'm a Drupal Architect and developer. I've been a software developer since all mice had fur, "front-end" and "back-end" primarily related to horses, and blue tooth was something you got from eating raspberry Italian ice. There's a line in the ether between undiscovered wisdom and uncorrected folly. Feel free to have a poke around and note you might find either.
I recently switched from a mysql.com implementation of MySQL to MacPorts on my local, and the Drupal sites would no longer load.
I just upgraded from OS X Mavericks to Yosemite, and then went through the process of updating my MacPorts ports. Everything went cleanly until I tried to start MySQL.
In PHP, if you have a number of static classes, how do you make sure the called class ends up calling a method back in the calling class?
Recently, I had the need to determine whether an array had duplicate values in it.
You know how to install Drupal the normal way, but there is a shortcut, if you have drush.
It seems crazy that php doesn't have a native roundDown function.
I love PhpStorm, but even though I've been using it forever, much of it remains a mystery. The latest problem I had was getting it to work with xdebug in the browser (again) after upgrading to version 8.
I spent the usual two lifetimes getting xdebug working (again) after upgrading to a new major version of phpStorm.