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2answers
162 views

How can I automate the process of code review

I have a team that works on multiple technologies. I want to know how can I automate the process of code review for .Net, .Net MVC, Python, PHP, Drupal and HTML5/CSS with JavaScript. I have read ...
0
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1answer
140 views

Python: Counter for Simultaneous calls of a PHP script?

I'm trying to create a queue processing script that's purpose is to find particular files and apply actions based on specific parameters, with the result being to call a PHP script that serves to ...
4
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2answers
322 views

Is using static-typing the solution to domain-driven design and decreasing the number of errors?

We are using PHP (a dynamically-typed language) in our project. However, I have found my colleagues asking questions such as ...
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votes
1answer
889 views

Packaging PHP/Python files inside android .apk files?

I am developing an android app using HTML5. I want to make it work completely offline. I know that it is possible to package the .html, .css and .js files inside the .apk file itself in the ...
3
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1answer
647 views

Objects of different programming languages [closed]

Apparently, there are some resemblance between objects in JavaScript and dictionaries in Python. Each language defines an object a little different (and there is some logic that all definitions to be ...
1
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2answers
453 views

How can I work on multiple programming languages at same time [duplicate]

It always happen to me that if I leave the stuff for 1-2 months I forget the stuff. 5 months back I had symfony project and I did that. At that time I was very much confident that I can do any ...
3
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2answers
325 views

Getting practicality of PHP from Ruby or Python

I have a rather odd problem. I love the practicality of PHP - specifically that I can fairly safely assume that on any random server I'll have access to the MySQL libraries, and that I can go between ...
1
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1answer
3k views

Why does gmail use java? Is there really a advantage over something like php or python? [closed]

Note: I know that none of you (probably) work for google, so this is a lot more of a conceptual question. So yeah, i discovered that Gmail uses java and that got me thinking, Why? I personally never ...
0
votes
1answer
311 views

Why does flask use Jinja2 and not xpath?

I'm just starting out with python and since I'm coming from a PHP background (thus have to adjust my mind to wrap around new concepts) one major question still stands without answer - why does Flask ...
2
votes
2answers
312 views

How to fix bad fundamentals? [closed]

I am a native PHP developer, and have been for about a year or so. I love PHP and it was very easy for me to learn, but I have developed some bad habits along the way due to never having a formal ...
6
votes
3answers
333 views

Why does Zend discourage “floating functions”?

Zend's Coding Standard Naming Convention says Functions in the global scope (a.k.a "floating functions") are permitted but discouraged in most cases. Consider wrapping these functions in a static ...
2
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1answer
1k views

XMPP— openfire, PHP and python web service

I am planning to integrate real time notifications into a web application that I am currently working on. I have decided to go with XMPP for this and selected openfire server which I thought to be ...
3
votes
1answer
3k views

Can python and php work together?

I am having a mobile app created for ios. The developers built the app in php. The app requires an algorithm so I found another programmer to develop it. The algorithm programmer built the algorithm ...
3
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1answer
1k views

Moving from PHP to Python - framework considerations

As a long time PHP developer, I am now starting to explore the Python world. I have narrowed the choice of framework down to Django and Pyramid, probably no big surprise there. I have played a bit ...
4
votes
3answers
6k views

Scripting language for filling out web form

I have a job as an intern at a technology company, I was given the unfortunate job of performing some data entry into our web management system. The information entered into the web form is stored in ...
3
votes
2answers
985 views

Web Services as a Back end

I am contemplating a direction to take an application. The application is written in PHP which implements a MVC framework. Some of my clients will require web services. I was thinking even building ...
14
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5answers
12k views

Why is Python slower than Java but faster than PHP [closed]

I have many times seen various benchmarks that show how a bunch of languages perform on a given task. Always these benchmarks reveal that Python is slower then Java and faster than PHP. And I wonder ...
7
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4answers
582 views

Is there a performance benefit to using immutable objects in a scripting language?

As I understand it, writing your objects in an immutable style can help the performance of your program for compiled languages, as the compiler tends to rewrite your code in single static assignment ...
0
votes
4answers
8k views

How can I sell my boss on Python+Django instead of PHP+a different framework? [closed]

My boss has tasked me with a re-write of our intranet website. The existing system is very old PHP that doesn't use a framework. My preference is strongly to do the rewrite in Python and Django but my ...
7
votes
8answers
982 views

Can we compare programming languages ergonomically?

For instance, would Python be a more ergonomic programming language since it doesn't force you to make curly braces which requires the AltGr key. Also Python usually requires less code to achieve the ...
2
votes
4answers
3k views

PHP, Python, C# for web and desktop applications [closed]

I am a 10 year PHP developer. Just recently I have taken a little bit of an interests in C# after seeing that you can build native Windows desktop programs as well as build sites like Stackoverflow. ...
7
votes
9answers
5k views

How to become an expert in Python, PHP and Javascript? [closed]

So I've been programming for about 9ish months now, and I've taught myself some Python, some PHP and some Javascript. I want to become better at these languages - I can hack something out, but a lot ...
1
vote
1answer
1k views

Setting up Eclipse IDE for Python and PHP development

There are various versions of Eclipse IDE available at Eclipse Download. Since, I am not concerned with Java development, I downloaded the Eclipse Classic 3.7.1. Now, I want my IDE to be setup for ...
4
votes
3answers
575 views

Is it possible to deploy Perl or Python scripts in the same way as PHP scripts?

PHP's deployment model is uber simple: upload and run. This is especially ideal for web applications that are intended to be installed on shared hosting by end users (think: Wordpress). Compare this ...
1
vote
1answer
363 views

is Python PHP polyglot a good design?

We have Python middle-tier for our Web App . Now we need to render 3 different HTMLs... for older browsers (simple read-only interface) for HTML5 browsers (LOT more complex than older browsers) for ...
17
votes
18answers
1k views

How do I “ease into” programming coming from a designer background?

Is there a way I can 'ease in' to programming. Like learning to use/modify CGI scripts to add some functions to a basic html site? Even if it's the only thing I learn it's still useful, right?. Unlike ...
3
votes
2answers
840 views

Why do ruby and python seem to have more community contribution than PHP? [closed]

In a recent blog post by Roy Osherove, it is pointed out that his switch from primarily .Net development to ruby development has seen a huge difference in community involvement and really enjoys it. ...
8
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12answers
919 views

What are some good ways for an intermediate programmer to build skills?

Preface: I work mostly in Python, and Web Dev languages (HTML, CSS, Javascript and Jquery, PHP) I'm proficient at coding but I want to get better. In larger more advanced projects my programming ...
2
votes
3answers
3k views

What algorithms would be useful for designing a stock market simulator?

We are in the process of building a stock market simulation game. The frontend design is ready but we are clueless about how exactly the back-end algorithms are to be designed. What algorithms should ...
2
votes
3answers
578 views

Which server side framework/language should I use [closed]

I am an iOS developer. I love objective-c and the cocoa/cocoa-touch framework. I was wondering what's a programming language/ framework for server side programming that best mimics or closely ...
4
votes
9answers
519 views

One good reason for a rewrite

I have a personal web project I cut my teeth on learning how to program. I wrote it in PHP and learned as I went. I eventually I re-factored it to use MVC and removed all mixing of php/html. Right ...
3
votes
11answers
2k views

python vs php (for project managers)

Up to now, as a developer i preferred python for web programming and scripting. Now, i will manage some projects. I know that finding developers that know php is easier than finding developers that ...
12
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7answers
1k views

Is there anyone who has used Python/Ruby and PHP for a long time and still prefer PHP? [closed]

I am usually fascinated by articles defending PHP and the arguments being used. Quite often authors of these types of articles don't mention what experience they have with other languages. Personally ...