PHP Monitor 5.8 now available
Here is (likely) the final 5.x build of PHP Monitor. Work on PHP Monitor 6.0 continues...
PHP Monitor 5.7 now available
I am both pleased and surprised to be announcing yet another 5.x build. I couldn't wait to get these reworked systems out in the wild, to be fair.
PHP Monitor & PHP 8.2
What you should do if you want to make use of (and upgrade to) PHP 8.2 if you are using PHP Monitor.
What's next for PHP Monitor
This is it—the penultimate release of PHP Monitor 5. In this post I'd like to discuss what's new and what my plans are for the next months.
PHP Monitor 5.4 now available
Introducing PHP Monitor 5.4, with improved services control, support for presets, Xdebug modes, and much more.
PHP Monitor 5.3 now available
It's time for another update to PHP Monitor. This one has a few interesting changes, so I've decided to write another blog post.
PHP Monitor 5.2 now available
I didn't bother writing a new blogpost about PHP Monitor 5.1, but this one's worth talking about.
PHP Monitor 5.0 now available
After two months of development, the latest version of PHP Monitor is now available with many new features. In this blog post, I'll take you through the most notable changes.
The new, same website
I've finally updated my website to use the latest version of Laravel. Hell, it's about time!
Three Point Oh
Welcome to the third major revision of The Cornerstone. I'll tell you about what's new.
Core computer knowledge: do we need a computer license like we need a driver’s license?
Sometimes, I wonder if we should have something akin to a computer license, like we do with driver’s licenses. Do we really need such a thing?
Let's talk VR
I want to take a brief moment to talk about VR.