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Hi there 👋

Nice to meet you!

I am Seyi Onifade, a software developer. I write PHP, JavaScript, Python and do some devOps and Frontend.

I’m currently working on (a multitenant LMS currently being used by over 10,000 people across 3 organizations - not commercially available yet).

I am also a trainer, you can view some of my classes on youtube here and here and here, I have a passion for helping complete beginners get started in the tech industry.

I am co-founder of Zuri Team Limited, and consultant for Reskill Americans (a non-profit focused on training of underrepresented individuals in the United States).

You can reach me on twitter

Looking Forward to meeting you!


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    If you come across this, know that I spent hours trying to figure out what the problem was, and I am putting it out there to help others. It’s going to be short, and most likely uninteresting.
    I was working on a small app, my tests were running well, except when I used assertEqualsI so I decided to use assertIdentical as an alternative for those tests that required Equal, basically, Equal is == while identical is === so, they could work interchangeably, just that you have to change the data type to get the desired result, a silly thing to do by the way (just putting it out there).
    Anyway, this was the error:
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    You need to have SSH access to your server, Its almost impossible and definitely unadvisable to deploy Laravel to a server with a file upload app like filezilla, for a lot of reasons, but mostly because of dependencies.
    The first thing you need to check is; if your host server gives you access to SSH.
    After checking with your host company, and ensuring you have SSH access, you can now install Laravel on your local machine, if you don’t know how to do that, check this:

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