Google Translate PHP Client Broken

How to get translations out of the broken PHP Google API Client

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Check your code follows PSR-2 and check it's got a good design on the command line

Prefer to write your code using something like sublime? Or ever been stuck without your IDE of choice, this tip will tell you how to run code standard checks on the commandline.

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Maintaining Consistency in Cross Functional Teams

How to you ensure you have consistency between two teams when they are so focused on developing an awesome product. How do you keep them further improving their skills in their own specialization?

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Cross Functional Teams

How Cross Functional Teams prevent blockers and improve delivery

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Working Openly and Open Source

Working openly and its benefits

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Mentoring

I'm now available to do mentoring

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Creating docker containers is easy

Previously I showed you how to get a docker container up and running. Now I'll show you how to build your own container with your own code in, and run that.

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Correct parameter type for DateTimeParam in Dropwizard when using Swagger

Example of how to make DateTimeParam not show up as unknown in swagger json. Might point you in the direction of doing more complicated things too.

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Managing Docker

A design pattern to manage docker using Ansible and SystemD

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14 Yes/No Questions to measure your team

Someone reminded me recently of The Joel Test, which is 12 yes or no questions to rate a software development team’s ability to perform. They’re looking a little tired and old now, I thought I’d attempt an update, so here’s 14 yes or no questions to testing how well your team is able to perform. Like the originals, these are hardly scientific, and fairly opinionated. Are you providing a pleasant work environment?

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