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Brent @brendt_gd Belgium

Writing at https://t.co/ATtF4sCklb and https://t.co/D1y6MgL65N, building https://t.co/IbIR17nXRe, programming at @spatie_be, moderator of /r/php, Christian

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FYI I do run tests, just not when compiling PHP 😇 @benjamincrozat Please prove me wrong!First real life tests don't look particularly good for the JIT in web apps, not good at all. @kant312 It can improve performance of specific parts of code, but detecting those parts also have an overhead: https://t.co/GZkHq4z83dDon't forget to run 'make test' I confess I never do this 🥳 @jenshaase You don't have to wait for a tag, you can pull directly from githubMy expectations? I hope it has no impact at all, I fear there will actually be a performance penalty. I highly doub… https://t.co/cWRNXFlB7QCompiling PHP 8 alpha at the moment. I need to know the real life impact of the JIT on my projects, not some benchm… https://t.co/FoYuQYaocj @freekmurze @laravelphp We do. But I also have laravel-excel as a dependency in this project, which is rather compl… https://t.co/Rlvsm4IOVK @eddiepalmans @laravelphp Yeah I want to parse an array in a CSV and resturn it as a response.This can't be the easiest way, can it? https://t.co/6bNoCtvIdU @eddiepalmans @laravelphp doesn't work with quoted valuesIs there a oneliner to download an array of data as CSV in @laravelphp ? @freekmurze @taylorotwell But Freek, to be honest, we don't store models in either `app/Models/` or `app/`, but app… https://t.co/pd4HRW0BZN @assertchris @laravelphp $model->property (via getPropertyAttribute) or $model->getProperty()Do you prefer to use accessors or getters on @laravelphp models? Why?
7/1
2020
Interested in hearing your thoughts about my post on the evolution of braille and software development! Let's discu… https://t.co/knLiKJdCd7
6/30
2020
"PHP 8 will be released on November 26, 2020. It's a new major version, which means that it will introduce some bre… https://t.co/1f7NkD1WL8
Retweeted by BrentHere’s is the newsletter I sent yesterday: https://t.co/XU6BXoBtWv Lots of cool content by @gonedark @enunomadurohttps://t.co/HbHuajNhuF
Retweeted by BrentI wrote about the history of braille, and its similarities to software development: https://t.co/Cq6ZiZeRQD
6/29
2020
@ilpet He did!Braille, and the evolution of software development https://t.co/Cq6ZiZeRQD
6/27
2020
I'm going to blog about braille, and the history of software development. Something to look out for this weekend! 👀 https://t.co/w2HkN6BYSV## 3.1.6 - 2020-06-17 - wrong tag, nothing changed I'm so happy I'm not the only one who has done this before 😅 #OSST_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM might disappear: https://t.co/bvgCLZySAB
6/26
2020
@WyriHaximus That's the spirit! @jparedes If they dependencies break on the latest PHP version, that essentially means they are unsupported, no? @ErikThiart Is there any hope of those libraries being supported within the next ten years, or are they essentially abandoned? @benjamincrozat That's a legit reason! @j_mantelijo Ever considered switching hosting provider? A $5/month DO droplet gets you pretty far! I'm sure clients are able to pay that.Why aren't you on PHP 7.4 yet?Almost two years ago I started a newsletter to share links. Not sure why I stopped, I suppose I just lost track. Th… https://t.co/tmF9B51YMz
Retweeted by BrentWrote a couple of lines on getting this to work: https://t.co/0tPAMfamvx https://t.co/rwQlkcmM2I
Retweeted by BrentYou might not know this, but I have a little hobby blog where I ramble about podcasts I listen to:… https://t.co/oQSFVT8zsX
6/24
2020
Just released another blog post about Laravel Nova abstract Resources! Thanks @brendt_gd for the opportunity! 👇 https://t.co/t0HuAKc8cV
Retweeted by Brent @jenshaase Without trying to sound condescending, this is what I wrote as the conclusion in the post: > Whatever… https://t.co/qX2s2PRPH9It's also a literary choice: it forces me to write in a more complex and thought-through way, instead of writing bl… https://t.co/vYKL53KXC9The reason I don't write those kinds of conclusions plain and obvious, is because I want my readers to think about… https://t.co/i2V0DpavIFWas the post not clear enough that that wasn't what I was trying to say? The same with the architects and builders:… https://t.co/hPU1mKRBpeFor example, the post about not writing your own framework: I was trying to say it's a bad idea to build a system f… https://t.co/OLSsliFfKdLots of people have been drawing wrong conclusions on some of my latest blog posts. Should I write my conclusions m… https://t.co/ThLFRDjTpJ @assertchris Me too!Looks like the match expression RFC is going to pass for #PHP 8 ! https://t.co/jfwfL71uML
6/23
2020
Aren’t we all amateurs, one way or another?
6/21
2020
@devgummibeer Absolutely! @freekmurze @enunomaduro 🎧 check one two, check one two, tshh, tshh 🎙We're doing an "Introduce yourself" thread on /r/php. You're welcome to join! https://t.co/nK8qMJ8YJuThis is one of the most polite answers I got after closing someone's PR. I know there's a lot of crappy things abou… https://t.co/Vf8Er5yuDx @Wonderlandzor You can try convince me otherwise! I used Sublime for 6 years, always resisted switch to PhpStorm.… https://t.co/So2gRBvMcRIf you have no idea what all of this is about, here you go: https://t.co/7b2tHh01fx7. If you're not using an IDE, … you really should use an IDE, you know?6. #[] won't be confusing, since it will be properly highlighted by your IDE5. The argument of "easier to write code" seems completely redundant to me: whether you write @@, #[ or <<; your ID… https://t.co/TJ1Vmpg74S4. <<>> is confusing because of bit-shifting operators and the possibility of generics in the future, which will mo… https://t.co/g3oXu6t5HN3. @@ is confusing: the single @-sign is still used as the error suppression operator, double @@-signs could easily… https://t.co/4oIj1QvPQX2. It's compatible with old code: you could write `#[Attribute]` today in your code and PHP would ignore it, since… https://t.co/E0OZ3U89xE1. It's the same syntax as Rust, which is also a C-based language, and growing rapidly in popularity. Don't undere… https://t.co/4b1JMsNA1mLet me make the case for #[] as the new attribute syntax in #PHP 8 (https://t.co/Sfv0XawCgf) Thread 👇
6/19
2020
@billisonline @Ocramius @beberlei @asgrim @bwoebi @derickr @nicolasgrekas @s_bergmann @svpernova09 Just FYI I don’t… https://t.co/qUytdKdR8H @themsaid Thanks!This post already is two months old, I really enjoyed writing it! https://t.co/WDOGDS5UVBPersonally, #[] would have my vote, it's the same as in RustRevoting on the attributes syntax in #PHP 8, very curious to see what will happen. What's your favourite? https://t.co/Sfv0XawCgf @taylorotwell @freekmurze Yes
6/18
2020
Here’s preview of one of the courses we’re building. It’s on how to handle emoji in @laravelphp 😎 Just kidding of… https://t.co/tBWmyqTJ0x
Retweeted by BrentWe’re even building a dedicated recording studio in our office 🎙
Retweeted by Brent @manuakasam Which Slack, btw? @manuakasam 🤔 I believe RSS readers shouldn't mark it as new content, since the ID never changes; only the `updated… https://t.co/ukilfMlc7bWhat's up with all these "does not comply with psr-4 autoloading standard" warnings in composer 2?
6/17
2020
Nice @laravelphp https://t.co/EFFHnSLmm4 https://t.co/y7JKwVxDJP @chrisabey84 He was already rolling sideways, but now he as forward momentum as well!My son just started crawling 😱 @benjamincrozat @taylorotwell Keep in mind I’m writing fron the point of view of companies doing client workInteresting to see the different responses to my latest blog post. https://t.co/qqiXfCOKSd
6/15
2020
@Brunty @beberlei Works fine in @phpstormIf you want to discuss my latest blogpost, go to HN! https://t.co/lkZiSdYEDD @philsturgeon @LiamHammett @matthieunapoli We're doing our best. I hope everyone realises we're not 24/7 on Reddit,… https://t.co/JBWzc7j83b
6/14
2020
A story of a past long gone, when a custom-built framework broke around 200 websites: https://t.co/qqiXfCOKSdHey @gonedark just a quick followup on https://t.co/DDnosBlYvd > Often to modularize or separate the code by domai… https://t.co/kW0BdGQEaT
6/13
2020
Constructor property promotion in #PHP 8: https://t.co/D180SwSdEr @nikita_ppv property promotion, isn't that like a mini-transpiler built into php core?These PHP 8 feature names result in ridiculous blog titles 😅 https://t.co/fHNnbR9exz @dannyverp There's no active RFC and I don't think it'll happen soon… @localheinz @matthieunapoli FYI it's live again, we just needed some time to frame our position to the wider community. @localheinz @matthieunapoli We're discussing it! I personally don't mind it, but I can't control people who report and downvote the topic… @christophrumpel @freekmurze You know there's a difference between contrast and brightness, right?
6/12
2020
This is a work of art https://t.co/Tk9bRGJ1X8The release date of PHP 8 has been moved forward to November 26, 2020! https://t.co/JAf2gbnbPG
6/11
2020
We want to keep communication between community members and moderators as clear as possible on /r/php, which is why… https://t.co/gcvQD3urpv @toonverwerft Yeah I'm just going to not use the package 😄Is it possible to configure composer NOT to autoload a file, when that file autoloading was configured in a package? https://t.co/n9VzBe1Nf9
6/10
2020
📊 I've got some survey results for you! https://t.co/XF1NYlzDQU Interested in hearing your thoughts. @devgummibeer so* @devgummibeer I don't think zo @devgummibeer Have a look! https://t.co/7b2tHh01fx I think there will be places in Laravel where they can be useful! @devgummibeer Yeah, I did just that :p https://t.co/6oOZkjjTRV @devgummibeer It's about https://t.co/5v5YaP0h8jI don't know a way to rewrite this sentence to make it less… attributy, but still be as clear as possible 😭 https://t.co/0PENOFPbx0👩‍💻👨‍💻 We’re looking for a backend developer to expand team @spatie_be https://t.co/YKl4NqiWjt Important: - we ar… https://t.co/YCPGSiCLcg
Retweeted by Brent25 years of #PHP https://t.co/L3wk66sTBf Great work @phpstorm !
6/9
2020

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