This is a great description/view point of frameworks and the framework crowd out there. It’s funny, and like frameworks, isn’t always the answer.
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I’m a strong believer in the power of the written word, and that if you want to achieve anything, you must write down your goals. It’s a little like documentation and defining requirements for a software project, in life if you haven’t written down what you want, you’re missing the requirements document of your life…. Read more »
I usually dismiss most of the ‘i-team investigates’ type segments of local news shows, but this seems to be something you can’t really hype. As someone who travels a lot, and spends a lot of time in hotels, this disturbs me.. yet doesn’t surprise me much. I am glad that I just buy bottled water… Read more »
Since it’s the end of the year, and a lot of the “year in review/new years resolutions” type posts will be coming up every where.. I would like to thank all the people who did not tell me about Zend Framework, the PHP Abstract Podcast, and other community events. I really would like to thank… Read more »
The following is a hillarious video from collegehumor.com. Great references for those of us who remember Trumpet Winsock, MS Encarta etc. Best lines “he’s got total control of our geocities page” and the next, “we’re paying for the internet BY THE HOUR”. Thanks to my friend Eric Higgins. To think, PHP wasn’t even invented yet.
This is indeed the droid a lot of people have been looking for. This looks like an interesting project, and has all the ingredients to be the first massively public failure of something released by Google. Not from a technological perspective, but from an implementation perspective. We’ll see how it goes, I’ll give my review… Read more »
Alex Netkachov has an interesting post on his blog, giving tips on writing less code. It’s an interesting post, because this is something is very subjective. First, you want to find out why you want to write less code, less code for the sake of writing less code is dumb, if you really don’t want… Read more »
A while back, I had talked about the issues I had with my
EVDO express card purchase and my macbook pro, a lot of you asked me to sum up my experiences with the card, and to comment on whether the speeds are worthy of being a primary connection or not, so here’s my answer.
I know, such definitive answers make me sound like a politician don’t they? Well.. politicians would probably skirt the question completely..
Here are my experiences with the Sprint USB card since late June 2007.
Apple announced, as expected, a release date for Mac OS 10.5 Leopard. The date is October 26th, 2007 in case you missed it. Since everyone on the internet is a guru, and therefore, so am I, I will give you plebes reasons to upgrade to Leopard. But, first let me qualify myself worthy of such… Read more »
Basically, if you need a job, or hate your current job, and have time to commit, and if you’re a professional, or just disciplined and care about every little thing you do..Or, if you just want to work with me.. : Geneva Data, an Internet Security company is looking for PHP developer to work on… Read more »