A guide to setting up the UnifiedTransform project on Windows 10 without Docker, in 2021.
Be sure to have php, composer and mariadb, setup on your computer.
VCRUNTIME140.DLL was not found, and
phpcommands won't work.
Whenever you add a folder to the PATH environment variable, you need to restart your shell environment to gain access to it.
Or do you?
refreshenv, you could force PowerShell to get the latest environment variables, and continue your work!
A guide to setting up the UnifiedTransform project without Docker.
Be sure to have php, composer and mariadb setup on your computer
1. Clone the repository
.env file from
php artisan key:generate
5. Edit the database connection configuration in
Be sure to have created a database in your mysql called
unifiedtransform, and use a
DB_USERthat exists, has privileges, and has an appropriate
TL;DR; Stay woke! Always be suspicious, especially of things too good to be true.
Like every parent, my Mum cares a lot for us, and she’s always looking out for our progress. So this morning, she sent me this:
At first glance I was like whoa! The USA is opening its doors like that?
Then I saw the email address, and became suspicious. I then visited americaimmigration.us and saw this:
On Thursday, July 30th, 2020, we created the twitter account for FindTreasure.app, and made its first tweet:
What followed was an interesting 24 hour journey of making sure the game was a success.
During this time, we learnt a few things about User Behavior and Developer mistakes we think are worth sharing.
While building, we considered that a Contestant can create multiple accounts, and run parallel instances of their script, with different JWTs obtained when creating…
I got a Dell XPS 15 Laptop recently. It is a thing of beauty, except when the Touchpad just stops responding, and only click-and-drag mode seems to work, so I have to restart the Computer to get it working again.
Restarting every time is a terrible solution, so I began to check what else I could do to fix this.
I found that disabling and enabling the “HID-compliant Touch Pad” device in Device Manager, fixed the problem every time.
Let’s play a speculation game.
Imagine you’re tasked to scale a tailor shop to provide same-day sewing and pickup of any dress.
How would you do it?
Note: It should support Owambe dresses with the most custom fittings.
It’s a compound problem, made up of some really complex problems people have been solving for decades.
Should be fun.
I’m incredibly naive about sewing, and most of the above topics, so feel free to not take me seriously.
The goal is clearly…
I remember the way her voice rang out when she was excited.
I loved how excited she got when talking about the things she was passionate about.
She visited a few days after Olowo Gbogboro came out, and it was all she could talk about. Apparently, she’d stayed up until it came out, and she wrote about it on her blog asap, a post which got a then astonishing number of views in a short period.
Her Facebook was always bubbling with activity. She was quirky, fun, and could have serious conversations on a broad range of topics.
The Romans had a deity called Janus, a two-headed figure who could look into the future and the past at the same time. He was the god of door-ways and decision-making, and it is for him, that the month of January gets its name.
I’m at a point in my life, where I find myself almost a spectator of my own history. I think I’ve always sucked at making big decisions. I either try to delay it till I can’t anymore, or choose an option with a decision making process that may as well be rolling a die.
It used to be that EF Core would ignore computed columns, but in dotnet core 3.0, I have to conditionally add my computed columns to the model builder.
.Property(bl => bl.Age)
For performing a DB Migration at runtime, I used to think
EnsureCreated(…) and its async
EnsureCreatedAsync(…) counterpart would only create the database if it does not exist. However, it will actually perform a migration, if the database did not previously exist, and do absolutely nothing if the DB exists already.
I also noticed it does not work well with MySql via Pomelo, which…
I’ve learned I don’t know anything. I've also learned that people will pay for what I know. Maybe that's why they never pay.