Archive For The “PHP” Category
http://www.aronson.co.il/asp2php.php I wish I would have found this sooner and if I wouldn’t have found it – I probably would have created it myself.
From your Uncle Leroy … Use: php -l *script_name* ..to test the syntax of your scripts. Obviously, you want to unit test all code, but in a pinch, if some piece of code is difficult to setup the test environment, at least run a sytax check on it. Or use Eclipse with its syntax checking/highlighting [...]
If you lead a software team or work on a team, you need to read this article http://www.joelonsoftware.com/articles/fog0000000043.html
It is mostly about Customer Service. What is? Software. It’s all about customer service in fact. I mean, you build a User Interface so that your users can interface with it. And if that interface doesn’t make sense (BTW, that was your first line of customer service) then they call or email you (your second [...]
Ruby may be the proverbial “diamond in the rough” but I am having difficulty justifying all the mining equipment. I know, the metaphor is weak, but bear with me. I definitely need to buy a book on it. Examples that I have found on the web have been less than adequate. Having been involved in [...]
Maybe not ALL things. But there are a ton of things to consider as a freelance programmer or leading programming shop. And a few have come to my attention recently, so that is the driving force of this post. Copyright/Ownership – on this project, who will own the code when it completes? ITAR – Is [...]
Concurrent development. Why pray tell would I want to discuss concurrent development? Well, its going on right now. We are developing shopping carts for 6 sites right at this very instant, and they all have peculiarities about them. Some are retailing products, some are software downloads, unique each in their own right – but have [...]