Ohhh yes! I like this blueprint. Even if no real website renders actual fractals:)
I just came across a production website still using Webalizer. Nice and stable running the latest release….. from 2013. The good old days of simple hits, pages and visits 🙂
I think the Dutch PHP Conference is gently encouraged to surrender their hashtag to the @PrivacyPros Data Protection Congress!
We’ll always remember you 😐
Seriously? On every single Skype update, the installer tries to trick me into changing the search and default page settings on all installed browsers. A disgraceful practice unworthy of such a company. There should be a law! 🙂
We (@IbuildingsNL) are working on a Slack Holacracy Bot, called Hola. Hola was activated today, and I asked this first test question. It seems the AI powered bot already has a good grasp of the principles behind Holacracy! 🙂
Finally received the 950+ GB of raw footage of all the recorded sessions & keynotes. Firing up Premiere Pro to cut those uhm’s & euh’s! 🙂
@f_u_e_n_t_e Yup, the Observatory by Mozilla is a great tool for this. Almost a gamified way to increase security on a website. Everyone wants to score A+ 🙂
Adding HTTPS to you website is a no-brainer. But it isn’t enough. The next no-brainer is CSP: buff.ly/2tolVG3
Thanks Wessel for this article!
Totally agree. Although I thought the internet is becoming unreadable because I’m getting old and losing my eyesight…
I think it’s time for a platform that enables transferable trust. Go for it Trustier!
Chrome OS is coming along nicely. It’s a real desktop OS developers have to take into account next to Windows, MacOS and Linux. And it’s the only platform where your web app is actually native!
Mijn spraakherkenningssoftware moet ook nog even wennen aan de AVG: Er ging bijna een e-mail uit met een verwijzing naar de ondertekende “verwekkersovereenkomst”. Daar komen pijnlijke – wacht, ik kan het uitleggen! – misverstanden van! 🙂
Nice technology hack from this Spanish reporter!
@Pelshoff @ThijsFeryn Yes, the slides + the speakers audio. This won’t work for some talks (including yours), but for the vast majority this is just fine.
Wow, @ThijsFeryn already posted his recorded closing keynote of . And is thus the very first video on the Official DPC 2018 Playlist:
There’s more to come though. Expect most of the talks to be published.
I love software engineering. It’s the only place where someone can talk about mocking a framework and a mocking framework.
Feeling great after hosting a very successful . And feeling enormously proud of the entire DPC Team at @IbuildingsNL for all their hard work. You’ve nailed it! Thank you @dpcon Team!
Wow, it’s less than 24 hours to the start of . We’re hitting the ground running tomorrow with a full day of tutorials. Or what I like to call “Master Classes”! phpconference.nl/schedule
@robconery This isn’t explicitly forbidden in GDPR. But it sure weighs heavy on the determination if this is actually voluntary or not: With you need to show that the newsletter is absolutely necessary to using the Azure service. Is it?
@asgrim I think it’s the personal repo’s that are moved. And advertised loudly. I’ll bet no actual production workloads are migrated based on this acquisition.
At DPC2017 we recorded & published (almost) all of the @dpcon talks: buff.ly/2Ej65Br
For we will be recording the talks as well. You can find it all on the @dpcon YouTube channel: buff.ly/2JfxKVt
I’m hosting a CodeNight Community Event on Friday June 8th in the RAI, Amsterdam, as part of the Dutch PHP Conference by @IbuildingsNL. The CodeNight is open for everybody from 20:00, so please RSVP on Meetup: buff.ly/2kLvJpn