Did anyone receive a message recently that contained a video of me watching porn? 😆

Because apparently I was being blackmailed that all my contacts would receive it, if I don’t pay 202€ in BTC. Alas, I didn’t check the spam folder, so I’d missed the deadline a week ago 🤷♂

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It’s honestly diffucult being a webdeveloper in the world of shitty websites. I guess that’s how hairdressers feel when they see my pathetic hair after it’s been a while since my last visit...

But the thing is, even though it’s technically easy to use scissors and clippers, I don’t do that on my own hair, I leave that to the professionals.

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Keeping your classes immutable and stateless makes your code way less prone to bugs. Yet somehow this clean code rule isn’t as popular and as often invoked as SRP, YAGNI, DRY, KISS and others... Maybe it’s because of the lack of a catchy acronym?

Anyways, I’d like to take a look at two examples of when sticking to this rule could save your ass (or at least save you some time debugging).

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We all have lots of lots of passwords and access keys... Keeping them in a web browser or a window application is a good idea, but only until you need to share them with somebody.

Clavis can be installed on your PHP server (no 3rd party involved in storing your sensitive data). It lets you share your keys and be in control of what and with whom are you sharing.

It’s easy, safe, comfortable and totally free!

Wszyscy mamy wiele haseł i kluczy dostępu. Pamiętanie ich w przeglądarce internetowej albo w aplikacji okienkowej jest dobrym pomysłem, ale tylko dopóki będziesz potrzebował je z kimś współdzielić.

Clavis może być zainstalowany na Twoim serwerze PHP (żadna trzecia strona nie jest zaangażowana w przechowywanie Twoich danych wrażliwych). Pozwala Ci przechowywać Twoje klucze i kontrolować komu, co i kiedy udostępniasz.

Clavis jest prosty, bezpieczny, wygodny i całkowicie darmowy!