Károly Négyesi is an internaut. He spent the Nineties reporting on using the Web, and the last 10 years forming it by becoming one of the most prolific contributors to Drupal. An always curious mind helps him in scaling websites, and trying to understand other curious minds via cognitive sciences.
Articles and blog posts from Károly (Chx) Négyesi
This came up while manipulating taxonomy children and their children recursively, so it’s as not far from Drupal as you’d think.
Sometimes it feels like early- onset Alzheimer’s – the inability of your perfectly sound mind to remember a bit of code, a file name, or a keyword you used just last... uh, whenever. Fortunately, everything you’ll ever need to know is right there at the tip of a search. Just be careful you don’t tumble down that bottomless SEO rabbit-hole.
A few of us were coaching Campbell Vertesi on porting the
Supergenpass and its Problems
PHP closures are pretty simple as they are barely more than syntactic sugar over the following:
The power of process plugins.
The pieces of Drupal 8’s puzzle will be entirely new (and perhaps puzzling) to Drupal developers; ChX guides you through the development patterns you’ll need.
A practical look at online security: knowing the enemy and understanding you will never be totally safe.
A modern Drupal scalability stack now includes nginx, Webdis and Redis.
Say goodbye to the Node Reference and User Reference modules, meet the Drupal 7 Relation module.