Catching multiple PHP exceptions

By Josh Sherman
2 min read
development
php

I had previously discussed using try / catch / finally and a fine reader pointed out that I didn’t mention catching multiple exceptions. He’s right, I dropped the ball and decided to dedicate today’s post to catching multiple exceptions. To catch multiple exceptions you will need to be using code […]

Co-founder Application

By Josh Sherman
4 min read
career

This is partially for LOLz and partially for serious. I’m a guy in Tampa looking for people that want to kick ass with me. I know some very talented individuals in the area but nothing’s really gotten off the ground with them. Most of that is because they have day […]

How to write files to disk with PHP

By Josh Sherman
1 min read
development
php

Saving files to disk is a pretty simple task in PHP with file_put_contents(). Here’s how to write a string to a file: $string = 'I AM STRING!!'; file_put_contents('/path/to/destination', $string); It is generally good practice to only do with when you are dealing with smaller strings as you can run into […]

Command line all the things!

By Josh Sherman
9 min read
cli
dotfiles
bash
zsh
github

The start of 2014 has been an exercise in going back to basics for me. I’ve been re-evaluating my workflows when hacking and attempting to streamline as much as humanly possible. This has resulted in a ton of new aliases in an attempt to get my common CLI commands down […]

How to use try/catch statements in PHP. Oh, and finally too!

By Josh Sherman
3 min read
development
php

I do a lot of coding in Python and one thing that I really love is the mindset of asking for forgiveness instead of permission. What’s this mean? It means that instead of sanity checking every little thing, just handling the exceptions that are thrown instead. In PHP this can […]