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Diego Sapriza
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La musica no esta en el piano
La musica no esta en el piano

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On being in a leadership position
Andreas Heigl invited me to write an article http://24daysindecember.net where 24 people from the PHP world share thoughts with others in the community. It was hard to find a topic having the amazing articles were posted already. So I thought to try to help...

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On remote teams and how to make the magic happen


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Some thoughts about code reviews
I want to tell you about the most important process we have in our team: Peer Code Review. Code review is not just a process, it's a culture thing. As developers we should be willing to do it. Even if it's not to a peer, you should be reviewing Open Source ...

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What rules I learned from code reviews
I want to tell you about the most important process we have in our team: Peer Code Review. Code review is not just a process, it's a culture thing. As developers we should be willing to do it. Even if it's not to a peer, you should be reviewing Open Source ...

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Cookie Based Api login using Guzzle
We've all used curl to consume external services - scraping, apis, etc. We know that curl is awesome, but there is that feeling that you should be doing this in a more abstract way, or using something not too hardcore. Yesterday, I had to connect to an exte...

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Better commits with GIT - Different email addresses for different respositories
When people start using GIT , usually they signup in a service like github.com or bitbucket.com . To do so, they use their personal or business email accounts. And then configure git clients accordingly with this.  The first thing you do when you start usin...

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Creating animated Gifs from image files in Mac OS X (or Linux)
I was trying to create an animated gif from a bunch of images. My first reaction was to google something like: "create animated gif Mac OS X", but then I realize that I'm using a unix box, so lets do it the "simple" way with  ImageMagick . From its site: Im...
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