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  1. Screenshot of How to Disable the PHP Opcache - ServerPilot

    How to Disable the PHP Opcache - ServerPilot

    When using Symfony 5.2, it gives misleading errors if the opcache in PHP is enabled. This page shows how to disable it. Relevant bits for me: /etc/php7.4-sp/conf.d/opcache.ini mine was in: /etc/php/7.4/fpm/conf.d/10-opcache.ini Add this to end: opcache.enable=0 Then run this on command line to restart PHP: sudo service php7.4-fpm-sp restart Symfony was much nicer to deal with once this is done.

    Saved by: Paul on 27 May 2022

  2. Screenshot of  Authors who consistently sell books, how do you do it?

    Authors who consistently sell books, how do you do it?

    Advice for selling more self published books

    Saved by: Paul on 5 May 2022

  3. Screenshot of Remote work for a French company and tax residency : freelanceuk

    Remote work for a French company and tax residency : freelanceuk

    Upshot: If you're working for a European company the UK has a tax treaty with, you won't owe tax in both countries.

    Saved by: Paul on 26 Apr 2022

  4. Screenshot of PHP: Setting cURL timeout options.

    PHP: Setting cURL timeout options.

    Clear examples for settings different timeout options with cURL and how to test it.

    Saved by: Paul on 26 Feb 2022

  5. Screenshot of Bird Elephant - Twitter API v2 library for PHP

    Bird Elephant - Twitter API v2 library for PHP

    Connect to Twitter API v2 Early Access endpoints in PHP. - looks good from the code samples

    Saved by: Paul on 4 Feb 2022

  6. Screenshot of Twill — An open source CMS toolkit for Laravel

    Twill — An open source CMS toolkit for Laravel

    Interesting looking CMS toolkit for Laravel, worth checking out. Saw on an article about stopping developing with Wordpress

    Saved by: Paul on 4 Feb 2022

  7. Screenshot of Framework | Framework Laptop - Now in stock!

    Framework | Framework Laptop - Now in stock!

    Very easily upgradeable and customisable laptop

    Saved by: Paul on 21 Dec 2021

  8. Screenshot of Silence S01 - Electric Scooters 2021

    Silence S01 - Electric Scooters 2021

    Electric scooter that looks quite good - see if Fully Charged have reviewed it

    Saved by: Paul on 15 Dec 2021

  9. Screenshot of How To Build Your First Productized Service by Jonathan Stark

    How To Build Your First Productized Service by Jonathan Stark

    Productised service advice book, as recommended by Jon Markwell

    Saved by: Paul on 8 Dec 2021

  10. Screenshot of Jack's second hand PC buying guide thread

    Jack's second hand PC buying guide thread

    Cheap laptops (thread 1 of 4): buy used, it's good for the environment. There are 2 good price points: - about £230 on something with an 8th gen intel processor - about £130 on something older to last as long as Windows 10 does (2025) You can tell what type of intel processor it is by looking at the number that comes after the 'i5' or 'i7' bit. i5-8xxx is 8th gen, i7-9xxx is 9th gen. Ex business laptops are cheap, easy to repair and to upgrade. Things like HP Probooks, Lenovo thinkpads, Dell Latitude. 8gb of ram is a minimum. You'll need 16 to be comfortable longer term. If you want to find out if you can upgrade the memory (ram) or storage on your computer, this website is good. Extra: Ebay is where it's at, but if that's not your thing, look at CEX. Their laptops have a 2 year guarantee.

    Saved by: Paul on 7 Dec 2021