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For Culture Hack Scotland this year I worked on an idea I came up with that week. I feel I didn’t really do the hack day properly; I ended up working on my own and not using any of the … Continue reading
I want to make one of those GPS maze games, where a maze appears on your phone and you walk around in real life to navigate the virtual maze – but with a twist.
What I got up to at this weekends Moving Targets hackday; we wrote a system that replays social media buzz as it happened on demand, so if your watching your favourite TV show later than everyone else you can still … Continue reading
Months ago, I was at a hack day in Edinburgh, and a team were working on a idea they called black and white. I ended up doing a version of it as a simple webpage. It was based on color.com, … Continue reading
I’ve always wondered what commit messages say about a coder – so inspired by Creepy, I decided to find out.
I gave a talk on Dealing with Errors at the PHP Unconference 2011 in Manchester, and notes were requested. So these posts cover the content of the talk, and more besides. This one covers suppressed errors, debug backtraces and multiple … Continue reading
I gave a talk on Dealing with Errors at the PHP Unconference 2011 in Manchester, and notes were requested. So these posts cover the content of the talk, and more besides. This post covers Exceptions.
I’ve seen several tutorials on catching PHP errors that only mention how to catch one type of error – so here is a quick post with details of how to catch more.
If you have a PHP app, how do you track errors? I’ve been working on an Open Source project to enable you to capture errors and send them to a reporting app.