Monthly Archives: March 2011

Gittin’ the job done: the choice of a version control system

One of the good things about starting a software project from scratch is that you can think about the best way to organise your source code and documentation without the constraints of being in a place where a system, which … Continue reading

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Triple OS boot on a Mac Mini: Mac OS X, Windows 7 and Linux

Until recently my only computer was a five-year-old Sony VAIO laptop running Windows XP. Since I intend to develop applications for the Apple operating systems, I knew I’d have to buy a Mac at some point. As far as I … Continue reading

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Embedding WordPress into an existing website

WordPress is the content management system that is used as the underlying software platform for a lot of blogs, including this one. When I decided to start the Retibus Blog, I briefly considered rolling out my own PHP-based solution in … Continue reading

Posted in PHP, Web design, WordPress | 10 Comments