Ready to develop

After my server crash (thanks again for that, Hosteurope) I was able to recover everything from the former blog from my personal backups. Everything? Well, no. There was one draft I’ve been working on, that’s gone. It should’ve been an ongoing list of something, well, more about that some other time. Anyway, conclusion of that was, I will code a PHP application instead. Say goodbye to my spare time!

So let’s see:

  • Local XAMPP running [check]
  • Production server to be running [check]
  • Subversion ready [check]
    (Let it never be said, that I’m not ready to commit. And yeeees, I know there are other great revision control systems, but I happen to like Subversion and have been using it for a long time. Besides, old people adopt harder.)
  • Skipping caffeine-free lent [check]

So let’s do this. Been a long time since I’ve been working on a larger application.

(I know, this is a totally uninformative, useless and uninteresting post for most people. Deal with it.)