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Nathan Heffley

Full-stack developer most often found working on something Laravel related. He/Him.

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Product Developer at Dealer Inspire

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Forget pay cut, give me a raise to work remotely

There are already lots of companies that are partially or ful...

Debate: Symfony VS Laravel

The first FAQ you linked asks "is there any free content?" an...

Debate: Symfony VS Laravel

So you mean Symfony has a steeper learning curve because it's...

Debate: Symfony VS Laravel

Nah, Mazen is wrong. Even the FAQ he quoted says there is fre...

Can Developers Help #BlackLivesMatter?

Not supporting BLM isn't the issue. It's that you think oppre...

Can Developers Help #BlackLivesMatter?

I'm glad you took the time to necro this post just to demonst...

How I'm using Vue Slots on my site

Awesome article! I hadn't seen the new # syntax for slots; it...

Could Apple Be Forced to Reduce App Store Fees?

HEY is already trying to do this, but Apple changed their pol...

Is programming an art?

I would go as far to say that programming satisfies the "aest...

Facebook and more big tech companies are going to lean into distributed work. What is going to suck about this?

I think location based pay is reasonable, but I feel like act...

What are some common falsehoods about working as a software developer?

I would say that in most companies, good communication is m...

My 5 Favorite Software Design Principles 

Great article! The only thing I have to say is that I'm one...

If You Don't Know, Now You Know - GitHub Is Restricting Access For Users From Iran And A Few Other Embargoed Countries

I think that's the worst part, apparently it isn't IP/geolo...

What are your thoughts on the whole 10x engineer viral discussion?

Maybe he thinks that all 10x coders use Vim?

Please don't commit .env

The only thing I don't like about doing this is that when I...

On GUI-shaming and a mountain of hot takes

I know a guy who doesn't use a mouse for any of his IDEs. H...

On GUI-shaming and a mountain of hot takes

I have a hybrid approach. I do all of my branch creation/sw...

Let's discuss "Ralph Breaks the Internet" 😃

Surprisingly this was just a Disney movie, not Pixar. It's ...

Do you pay to run any side projects?

Yeah, the AWS interface is crazy. I tried out a small proje...

Do you pay to run any side projects?

I've thought about hosting some smaller test projects on a ...

Do you pay to run any side projects?

Wow that's great, it's an amazing feeling when you really, ...

Do you pay to run any side projects?

Personally, I recently launched pointer.nathanheffley.com t...

Friends with BEM-efits

Shouldn't the img with tabs_image--inverse also have tabs_i...

Why you should work remotely

Life Pro Tip: If you use Slack, just keep pinging the #gene...

Exciting year to be a web developer

Apple is starting to implement Service Workers. I'm on mobi...

Refactoring If-else statement

For the first one, I would write it like this (if returning w...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

Public key pinning is a good solution. Also, I went to che...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

I know that, that's why I don't encrypt passwords on the cl...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

I would hope that people are encrypting their data on the s...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

Didn't you read the comment? The encryption isn't to stop a...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

Sorry, shouldn't have used "cracked." There are ways to cir...

Would you send a plain text password from your website to the server over a secure connection?

If somebody has cracked your HTTPS connection, they can pro...

What is the next language you want to learn, and why?

I've been looking to get back into more "traditional" progr...

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