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bio website twitter.com/dukeofgaming
location Mexico
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Jul 2 at 21:23

Loves his computer, all his friends live in it. Eats stress for breakfast. Hates common sense. Intellectual terrorist. Fixes what is not broken.


Jul
7
accepted Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
Jun
22
accepted PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?
Jun
21
comment PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?
I didn't mean a single project in both languages, but having some projects in PHP and some in Ruby.
Jun
18
accepted Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
Jun
18
asked PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?
Jun
9
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
7
revised How much can one programmer do on his own?
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Jun
7
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
7
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
7
answered How much can one programmer do on his own?
Jun
6
comment Which certification is the best for PHP?
@Hary It is highly recommendable to learn one, even when you can get by with plain PHP, using frameworks lets you mature as a coder. Also, I'd say using a framework and putting that in your resume is the rough equivalent of a certification (depends on the certification) to an employer's eyes.
Jun
6
revised Which certification is the best for PHP?
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Jun
6
answered Which certification is the best for PHP?
Jun
5
revised Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
edited title
Jun
5
comment I'm a Subversion geek, why should I consider or not consider Mercurial or Git or any other DVCS?
@Ian That is obvious, man, if you change the same line of course you are going to get a conflict.
Jun
5
comment Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
I didn't get the "And [2 => 5] is not clear. Is it [FALSE] or is it [NULL, NULL, 5]?" part, could you elaborate a little more please?
Jun
5
comment Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
@Ed Actually that is one of the points being debated, most say "=>" feels more native and I agree, but wouldn't mind seeing ":" instead, however the change looks too radical for some. Some people even talk about "JSON interoperability", but no one has yet provided a sane and logical use case for that.
Jun
5
asked Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
1
accepted Are there any actual drawbacks to self-referential method chaining?