Tesla will have to have Berlin managers. I wonder if he is a good guy?
Clean Code Studio has done a great job with the Slim Auth tutorial. Check it out here: Setup Slim Views With Blade Psr-4 Autoloading Controllers Service Providers Pretty Whoops Error Page Env Variables Files Http Kernel Eloquent DB Setup Database Migrations, Seeds, & Factories Slim Console Commands Vue js front-end Tailwind CSS Setup – https://tailwindcss.com/ […]
As a user, I want to be able to search “cheap tape” or “expensive tape” and have the outcome bring to to relevant filtered results. Or even “cheap scotch tape” Bear in mind, the “Adhesive Tape” category isn’t that sexy. This would make better use cases for “cheap laptop” or “high-end computer chair” or other […]
This blog is about this slider. First a little back story. This is a price filter. But in order for a price filter to work, you need to have products and prices which were feats in and of themselves. These prices come from competing distributors such that best prices are always calculated from the cheapest […]
I was super fortunate to learn Database Design from Jason Lee and Dan Van Staal Duinen at iSTORM in 2005. Learning from them was way better than SQL class. Beyond what I learned from them, I have really only added 2 major things. INNODB (We were using MYISAM @ iSTORM) and the JSON dataype. As […]
You: What are some well-known design patterns? Me: Well, I am glad you asked. Let me get back to you on that. I want to make sure I understand what you mean by “Design Patterns”. If by “Well-Known Design Patterns” you mean “code that works”, then I am good at “Utilizing Well-Known Design Patterns”.
Hmm, I am trying to figure out what this would mean without looking it up. Domains I know as sites, but I would think that Tesla.com would be the only domain. Subdomains would be departments within sites, so subdomain driven design might make more sense. How else can Domains be interpreted? Domain Driven Design sounds […]