I'm a father, science lover, political junkie, and PHP developer.
There are times when you are asked to solve a really big problem. For example, parsing a multi-gigabyte XML file and loading it into your database. Maybe you need to build a system that can process hundreds of individual spider results every day. These types of scenarios are not generally
When you're working on your own personal projects and you don't necessarily want them to be open source, it may be tempting to look into GitHub's private repositories. Don't. GitHub charges a nominal fee for those repositories. Instead take a look at GitLab. GitLab is a great alternative to GitHub