Line history on Git

# file path export FILE=file/path # line number export LINE=10 git log –format=format:%H $FILE | xargs -L 1 git blame $FILE -L $LINE,$LINE | uniq -c


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Zend Certified PHP Engineer Exam

In a competitive environment as the programming world is this kind of certification can help you differentiate yourself when you are looking for a job. You might want a bigger salary, you want to improve your CV, the certification is … Read more »

Udemy – lots of discounts

Udemy.com is an online learning platform that has a lot of interesting courses in many domains and they also provide a platform for teachers to create and market their tutorials/courses. The prices seem pretty hight at first glance, but if … Read more »

Clear putty window fully

If you want to full clear putty window including the scroll history with just a command, here is your answer. It seems there is a way to clear the scroll buffer just by sending some special characters with print. [php toolbar=”false”]printf ‘\033[3J'[/php] … Read more »

M101JS Videos

Mongo University has a collection of great MongoDB courses that help developers into first steps and further understanding MongoDB and NoSQL concepts. Here you have the list of videos from the course. If you didn’t register to the course you … Read more »

MongoDB CheatSheet

MongoDB Cheat Sheet with most basic operations you’ll need to do. It’s work in progress so you might find more in the near future. … Read more »

CheatSheet Sources

Great list of websites that have cool cheatsheet files in diferent formats on a lot of topics, here mostly PHP, HTML, javascript etc. … Read more »


Variables are preceded in PHP by a dollar sign $ and the rules for naming are: [a-zA-Z_\x7f-\xff][a-zA-Z0-9_\x7f-\xff]*   or in plain english names of variables can begin with letters or underscores and then you can put other numbers letters and underscores. Letters here … Read more »