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"Hi, our client is looking for a dot net developer, and we think you'll be a good fit."
- you got the wrong person i believe.
"you list laravel & phalcon.. Those are .net?"
I'm not sure what to say here, a recruiter whom doesn't see my employed tag & doesn't know how to Google..
Laravel & phalcon is .net.. Aaallrighty then.6
When this year started I didn't have much knowledge of server side programming as web developer, only thing I knew was html/css. But this year I got started with:
- Framework Phalcon (PHP)
- SASS (I can't without it anymore)
- Virtual Hosts (local development)
- Command Line stuff either in macOs and linux ubuntu
This is a huge deal for me because I always got laughed at I only wrote CSS and couldn't write anything else.
So knowledge-wise it was the most productive year ever.
Also, devRant helps me get through the day lately. Thank you for being a part of it!6
I'm working in an open source panel with php and Phalcon FrameWork
And I want to share with you if you are interested to collabs & help me in
Github Repository: yassinrais/sakura-panel21
> finds awesome front-end design software
> build a decent layout
> adds Phalcon stuff (started to use that a few days ago, works really nicely, just don't like the ORM as much as Propel2)
> software can no longer display the site layout properly
I have noticed that C/C++ developers that deal with backend server technologies are very much likely to resort to PHP for some reason. I have noticed it from serveral developer friends of mine or simply by noticing how the topic comes along sometimes on web discussion forums.
I believe this is the reason why certain extension codebases that deal with php are(for the most part) exclusively done in C++, take Phalcon, written as an extension in C or PHP Swoole, which is written in cpp iirc.
I wonder what attributes does the language, or the tech stack as a whole has that would make this particular kind of developers feel attracted to the platform. Is it that is easy and widely available and they just say "fuck it, I don't wanna spend too much time in this shit" <--- which is a very valid point really.
Or them just having an innate preference towards it?
The Psychology Behind Developers: By Dr AleCx0417
I'm a fucking IMBECIL
Was working on some phalcon stuff and I just couldn't figure out why the fucking router wasn't working. Been looking for at least an hour and then it turns out I rewrote the URL to index.php?uri=.. instead of index.php?_url=...
I made a custom CMS using Phalcon in PHP for a client we needed to get out of WordPress. I'm happy with it and even considered forking it into a product to expand upon and sell, but I'm starting to wonder if this is a bit behind the curve.
So if I made a CMS today, what language and database combination should I use? I went with Phalcon because I was impressed with the performance, and because I'm the most experienced with PHP, but I'm open to any and all suggestions3
We have backend app written in phalcon 3.4.
I got task to prepare new test enviroment, based on ubuntu 20.04, php 7.4 and 'copy-paste' our Phalcon backend there.
Soooo.. That backend was outsourced and I have exacly 0 Phalcon expirience.
Phalcon 3.4 does not support php 7.4
Last 2 days Im tearing my hair out to port it over to Phalcon 4, with honorable mention why the fuck memcache didnt just want to work, and finally its working.
Now Im taking the heat that making new test enviroment takes more than few hours.
Fuck off, let me do this shit, and understand its not just apt-getting dependencies for fuck sakes.2
PHP: Laravel, Phalcon, Composer
Python: Django, Flask, Requests, pip, SQLAlchemy
Java: Spring, Dropwizard, Hibernate
DB: MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Cassandra1
I am planning to create a broadcasting channel app.
there is a group of people who are managing 20-25 whatsapp groups and are sending religious messages.
They tried broadcasting feature of whatsapp but they prefer managing group which makes sure that people are receiving messages.
broadcaster's number needs to be saved in receivers contacts for whatsapp broadcasting and all subscribers were not doing so, and complaining about not receiving messages.
so this group decided to manages whatsapp groups and put guidelines that no users other than admins are allowed to post anything.
so ultimately they want a broadcasting medium.
another problem here is that it is hard to find old messages to refer to. they are posting everything on blog too, but not all the subscribers are comfortable using that.
so I am planning to create an app which will store the received messages offline(last 30 days) and anyone can read older messages within the app and also can share it on other social media.
would you guys please suggest me architecture for this app?
I have learned PHP and thinking about using phalcon PHP framework, but it required VPS and it is costly.
any suggestions welcomed.3