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How computers work - Bits, Bytes and Lights
How computers work - Bits, Bytes and Lights

If you work in IT then I’m sure you get asked the question ‘How do computers work?’, well here’s a simple post you can reference…

Getting started with Cordova Hybrid Apps

If you are a web developer but fancy getting started with apps then Cordova could be the way forward for you.

How to become a web developer - Part 3

One of the biggest lessons I learnt was to make sure you have all your code backed up. When working on a project you may add and remove lots of lines of code in a couple of hours and its easy to make a mistake and delete the wrong line and for some reason the all mighty UNDO funtion doesn’t bring it back.

How to become a web developer - Part 2

In my last post I introduced my experience of becomming a web developer, but now I would like to share with you how I would recommend to get started if I was starting now. A lot has changed over the past 10 years and I woud definitley do things differently.

How to become a web developer - Part 1

Part 1

Christmas is the season of giving

Everyone loves a freebie, especially at Christmas. That’s why I’ve decided to make my books free on the 25th December.

Latest Posts

New Book - Nigel's Intranet Adventure
New Book - Nigel's Intranet Adventure

My new book, “Nigel’s Intranet Adventure” is now available to pre-order on Amazon Kindle and will be released on 7th September 2020.

Create a social network with 4 models
Create a social network with 4 models

When you think about defining the database for a social network you will probably think it’s going to involve hundreds of tables and complex relationships. This doesn’t have to be the case. This article explains how you can create a social network with just 4 models.

Track HTTP Client requests in Laravel with the Laravel DebugBar
Track HTTP Client requests in Laravel with the Laravel DebugBar

I started working with the Laravel HTTP client on a recent project and I had the debug bar package installed. I wondered if you could use the Laravel Debugbar to record how many api calls were being made and how long each was taking to run? I reached out to it’s creator, Barry vd. Heuvel, on twitter and the rest is history!

How NOT to make a website

How NOT to make a Website

By C.S. Rhymes

Nigel's Intranet Adventure

Nigel's Intranet Adventure

By C.S. Rhymes