Joomla! 3.6 Cache Changes
With the release of Joomla! 3.6, additional error handling was introduced to the caching layer to help prevent issues. Unfortunately, this has exposed some misconfigured sites and has been met with calls for the change to be reverted and for Joomla to essentially discard cache layer errors silently. I'm going to explain here why the changes were made, how this is consistent with the rest of the method's error checks, and what can be done to make this error happen less frequently.
Joomla! 3.5.1 Mail Changes
Joomla! 3.5.1 was released yesterday and reports have been coming in regarding new errors from the mail API. While this is annoying, there is a strong reason why this needed to happen and the repercussions of it.
Final Thoughts - Joomla Organizational Restructure
Over the course of Joomla's organizational restructure chats, I've been accused of a lot of things, most likely rightfully so. Anywhere from resisting change to hurting progress, and things like trolling and making false accusations. I'm probably guilty of all of the above in some way, so to keep myself from being an issue, these are going to be my last words on the topic.
The Distrust In The Military
My time in the US Army was easily one of the most rewarding experiences I will ever have in my life; it forced me to mature quicker than I may have wanted to, it enabled me to travel and enjoy a small portion of what the world offers, and it helped me to find something I was truly passionate about in development. Even with all of the good things that came about from that experience, the fact is that there is quite a bit about the military culture that isn't as great as people would like to believe. A recent story going around the internet highlights one of the issues plaguing the military service; a distrust of those you serve with.
#jselfie, #joomler, and #joomlaheart - My JWC Experience
So, I have a confession to make. When I left my house last week to head to Cancun, I wasn't sure how I would feel about the trip or being at the Joomla! World Conference for many reasons. My nerves were running on high, I was in a mild panic struggling to write one of my presentations, and just all in all I just was not comfortable with what was in front of me. Luckily, most of those doubts and nerves were silenced within hours and I can say that this event was hands down my absolute favorite of the many I've attended in the last few years.