A Git workflow to automate deployment to Web servers

Code, push, deploy: the ideal workflow for shipping code to a development or production environment. There are various approaches out there which either use cloud based services or self-hosted software, the latter using posted data sent from Bitbucket’s Webhooks. The solution which I am going to illustrate here is a self-hosted…

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Using the Gii Module of Yii1 in PHP 7.1

If you are using Yii1’s Gii Module and have upgraded to PHP 7+ you might be getting a 500 error message thrown at you when previewing Model diff code changes.

I have recently upgraded PHP version for one of my projects. Speed improvement went was massive so it’s something that…

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Travelling in the Caucasus: Sakartvelo, Georgia

For quite some time we’ve heard many promising things about Georgia: history, nature, food, wine, the friendly people. As usual, driven by the desire for adventure and for hiking in some beautiful places, we’ve decided to set off to visit this part of the world. The holiday has been amazing….

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Summary of my experience doing the Camino de Santiago

In September I have walked over 800 km doing the Spanish Camino de Santiago and here is a short movie about my experience. Some technical data: Route: Camino Frances (St. Jean Pied de Port—Santiago de Compostela) Distance: 818km Walking days: 25 Hours walked: 152 Longest day of walking: 42Km Highest…

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