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bio website savvysme.com.au
location New South Wales
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Web application developer using combination of PHP, MySQL, js/jQ - just like every second person.

Extensive experience with Joomla, I have also worked with Wordpress, OpenCart, Magento, Digishop, osCommerce (yuck), and my favourite framework - Yii.


Jul
9
awarded  Teacher
Jul
9
answered How to do MVC the right way
Mar
17
comment Should you put personal beliefs in your program?
@Peter - I think that's the point. You only have 2, maybe 3 significant digits in a uTorrent transfer speed measurement anyway. That in itself makes the measurement a rough approximation. 4th grade mathematics will suffice. We are talking about the great 'unwashed'. In Australia most connections are now sold in MBps anyway - making the original complaint a moot point. @TheLQ Seriously, there are FAR greater things to worry about - such as the lack of line-wrapping in Netbeans.
Mar
17
awarded  Supporter
Mar
17
comment Should you put personal beliefs in your program?
@TheLQ It's not the entire industry. ISPs are a SEGMENT of the entire industry, and the only segment that sell by the bit rather than the byte.
Mar
17
comment Should you put personal beliefs in your program?
4th grade mathematics should not be beyond the capabilities of the significant majority of users. Neither should it be beyond the grasp of that significant majority to know or at least SEEK to know the difference between kB/MB and kb/Mb. ISPs are actually the ones who should change as every other relevant measurement of data will be in bytes, rather than bits. 2MB per second gives you a much better indication than 10Mbps of how long that 500MB file will take to download. 500MB/2MB is easier to work out than 500MB/10Mb.
Dec
23
awarded  Autobiographer