Deploying Symfony2 on Engineyard Cloud

October 10th, 2013

We manage web applications that we build in-house, so deployment is something we've always done ourselves. Usually with bash scripts run directly on the production servers, but more recently using Capistrano. This article describes my explorations in setting up a new environment using Engineyard Cloud...

Ramon de la Fuente

Fixing your Apple Terminal

April 11th, 2013

I think most of you will agree that Apple's Terminal looks and behaves horribly out of the box. So we need to adjust a few things... By following this guide I hope you'll enjoy the Terminal a bit more :)

Jasper N. Brouwer

Switching between php versions with macports

March 9th, 2013

As thing are moving along in PHP versions, and as we start seeing more and more of php 5.5, I find it very useful to be able to switch between PHP versions. If you're on OSX, and using macports, switching is easy enough. There is a port called "php_select" that will help you choose the currently active php version.

Ramon de la Fuente

How to reload macports without unload, load

March 8th, 2013

I've been using macports ever since I switched to the macbook pro a couple of years ago. It's a very fine ports collection that uses very straightforward commands to do whatever is it you want to do.

Ramon de la Fuente