Trackbot.io (Other amazing things)
A personal project to help developers and creators track how their work is being used by providing real-time analytics. Currently in development.
POS/Inventory Management System (Development)
A point-of-sale system including inventory management and the ability to generate reports for different date ranges. Built for a local store with .NET Technologies and SQL Server.
Live Streaming App (Development)
A mobile app which streams your camera and location so it can be viewed in real-time online using Wowza Media Center on back-end with AWS.
Hotel Management System (Development)
A system to keep track of rooms, vacancies, and parking slots with timetable. Build on top of .NET and SQL Server.
Introduction To PHP 7: What's New And What's Gone (Publication)
If you haven't been working with PHP lately, you might wonder what happened to PHP 6. Why the skip from PHP 5 to PHP 7? Well, long story short, PHP 6 was a failure. To avoid confusion, the new version was renamed PHP 7.
PHP 7 introduces a number of new features, while at the same time dropping depreciated SAPIs and extensions. As a result, it tends to outperform PHP 5.x by a wide margin. Some compatibility issues could pose a problem, but most developers have nothing to worry about.
In this post, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Vilson Duka explains what makes PHP 7 different, and why it's time to make the switch.