March 26, 2022

Working with Git Worktrees - Part 2

In my last post, I mentioned what a boon the combination of leveraging Git worktrees and my VSCode extension Switch Git Worktree has made to my workflow. The last missing piece was how to speed up...

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February 16, 2022

Working with Git Worktrees

While listening to a recent episode of the excellent North Meets South podcast, a random comment sparked a curiosity in me - specifically about Git worktrees. I had heard of this complex, arcane,...

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December 7, 2021

Triprecor In Beta

After about a year of on and off work, I'm happy to announce that my mileage tracking app Triprecor is now open to beta testers. It's a proud day for me - I've been using it myself for a while and...

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July 18, 2021

Running Only Previously Failed PHPUnit Tests

I love TDD, or test-driven development. It does take getting used to the seemingly slower pace of development but to me that's an illusion. Sure, I can't just spike out an app in 3 hours but my...

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June 30, 2021

My ZSH Snippets

After typing the same commands at a shell prompt or manually configuring some JSON config file for the umpteenth time, I sometimes find myself falling down the rabbit-hole and wanting to make my life...

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November 16, 2020

Using Laravel Dusk with Valet Linux

Recently, I started working in a large codebase that didn't have any tests but - oh boy - did it have a lot of business rules and complex UI interactions! I had spun up my local Valet (just a note:...

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