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This Week I Learned 2019 - Week 04

Last week post or something else from the past.

What else I've learned this week not within this post? Going through the fourth week of ornamental fish culture on nutrition for ornamental fishes on live and formulated feeds. Different nutrients of protein and amino acids; lipids and fatty acidscarbohydrates and minerals; and vitamins and carotenoids were discussed. Meanwhile, this week paper for literature review looked into the optimal crude protein level for feeding juvenile Betta fish. The week was concluded with a review of Reply module, a REPL tool for Perl.

Is what we read on Internet written by insane people? (via HN) Discussions in any communities either physical or virtual are driven by selected outspoken few, off course, with their own agendas, either paid or not.

Stuck and don't know what to do next? Write things down (via HN), question until you reach an obvious answer on what to do next. Writing as well as programing is a creative endeavour, occasionally, you will get stuck, be it a writer block or code block. Don't feels like writing, talk to your rubber duck aka Rubber Duck method. Explain the problem to yourself, part by part or line by line.

Relatedly, how do you organize/track your personal goals? Always analogue way, just pen and paper. Nothing can beat the old fashioned writing it down and make it happen. Subconsciously our mind will keep us in check of what we've written down.

Is modern PHP (via HN) still relevant for web development? Yes, and very much very relevant. Yes, it's not as fancy as other programming language, but it have came a long way. Laravel (with all the side projects), even though will all the magics behind it, is as good or surpass Ruby on Rails or Django. Needs asynchronous programming framework or coroutine like Node.js or Golang? Well, you can check out Swoole. Furthermore, the language is simple enough for beginner to pick up and finding or train talents using PHP is way more easier within the local MY tech scene. But off course, some people don't use it because PHP is not the shinny new toy anymore, lacking the sexy factor. Nevertheless, for a simple and pragmatic web development stack, nothing so far can beat PHP. If you're venturing into PHP, read through both the right way and the wrong way.

How do you find text in database with HeidiSQL? "Just press Ctrl+Shift+F to call the "table tools" dialog."

Should you replace Facebook with email? (via HN) Yes, if you're going old school. Nevertheless, one thing I agree with with the writer, emailing leads to more intimate and better conversations.

How to teach Git? (via HN) The best written explanation with good visualization of any Git tutorial I've read so far.