Developer 1: “I think we need to sort this array by it’s value” Developer 2: “You should write a hash, store the values in the hash, and then sort it” Developer 1: “That’s what I just said…” … Developer 1: “Alright, I’m going to sort this array” Developer 2: “Alright, but before you do that… […]
Here are some quotes that I really like: “All that is complex is not useful. All that is useful is simple.” — MikhailKalashnikov “It should be as simple as possible, but no simpler” — Albert Einstein “Do the simplist thing that works” — Second XP Principle “You aren’t going to need it” (YAGNI) Principle – […]
I just ordered a box from Dell so that I can install Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP on it. I think it’ll be a good investment because I think Linux is a very important OS to learn and get under your belt. Another reason why I want this box is because my current set up […]
Just when I thought was onto something, the project got shelved for another one of more importance. The importance isn’t based on how technical it is though, just in terms of priority to the company.
Yay… My new project is to play, I mean work, with the Google API 🙂
Today, I am to write a simple script to allow the data in one database to be migrated to another database. It doesn’t sound that bad. I’m sure other projects will soon follow.
So we encountered some security issues today, although there is little you can do against a person who is ultra determined to hack into your system, there are many things you can do to deter him. You can employ an account based restriction, ip address based restriction, browser based restriction, and many more other ways. I think the […]
My boss wants me to replace the existing logic in our relativity system with his new logic. Looks like AJAX will have to wait once again.
AWESOME! I just updated my boss on the project and he’s going to think about it for a while, and in the meantime I got reassigned to learn and code a new AJAX component for our client server interface. I’m very excited.