Browser redirect with PHP

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
development
php

Within nearly every web site or application there is a need to redirect a user to another page. Perhaps you want to route them to a login page when they aren’t authenticated or maybe because a page moved and you want to take them to the new location. To accomplish […]

How to Setup a LAMP Stack on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
linux
apache
mysql
php
ubuntu

It seemed fitting that the first post on PHP Avenue should be about setting up a new server with PHP. This particular post will focus on a traditional LAMP stack (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. I also intend on writing additional posts covering the setup of a […]

How I schedule my time

By Josh Sherman
6 min read
development
blogging
time management
project management
productivity

Being my own boss has some definitely advantages, like being able to take a beach day on a whim or go to watch one of my daughter’s dance classes. The unfortunate side of that is that you still have to manage your time if you want to get shit done. […]

Advice on Freelancing

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
development
career

A friend of mine recently asked me for some advice in regard to a freelancing project he was in the quoting phase of. I figured, what a great topic for a blog post! Keep in mind though, I haven’t freelanced in years, mainly because I am not a fan of […]

Don’t be surprised by success

By Josh Sherman
6 min read
development

A trio of guys recently started to get into a space that I already have sites in. Their browser extension is called Babblr and it falls into the same realm as TumbleChat which is my chat site that uses Tumblr for the login (we also run one for Twitter called […]