Archive for July, 2008
I made a few posts to the PHPWomen.org Article Competition and felt I should share them here. I wrote three entries: Flash Your Errors: It’s Illegal In 28 States! on combining flash messages and error reporting David Copperfield Wasn’t This __magical: __autoload() is Awesome! on using the __autoload functions and PEAR style namespacing Path Secrets [...]
So I see a link on reddit today to an article entitled No, your code is not so great that it doesn’t need comments. The article site was down so I started reading the comments and was very disheartened to see an actual debate over whether pro developers put comments in or left them out. [...]
(Originally posted on my company’s blog) I’ve been talking a lot about automation as of late which led to my posting a generic, overload broad view of the tools and utilities I use here at Net Perspective. However, I wanted to go into detail about my real world uses of a particular tool, Phing.
I’m fairly excited because as of only a week or so ago I found the closures rfc, and not only did I find that the rfc has a working patch, apparently it’s already in PHP 5.3. You see, apparently it’s not good enough that we get name spaces and late static binding, oh no, we [...]
I apologize about the month without updates. Our business manager and lead designer (“Director of Operations” and “Creative Director”) both had to go to the hospital at about the same time and the shortest stay was almost 2 weeks. They both pulled through just fine and everything is back to normal. I hope to be [...]