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Development is progress. Whether it is progress as a developer, or progress in development, the professional life of a developer should be marked by continual progress.

I have found what I love to do, and convinced people to pay me to do it.

http://jondavidjohn.com


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comment Is validating HTML a thing of the past?
Since when has W3C validation guaranteed cross browser consistency? I just think the gain of using newer tech that's (mostly) adopted has a much higher upside then breaking validation has in downside.
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comment Is validating HTML a thing of the past?
So it's less important than the business, but does the business have anything to gain by having their markup be validated? I guess my thought is that it can't be important and at the same time just be a "nice to have".
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comment Whole Solution Complexity … vs Development Complexity
ok, converted this to a more technical question over at SO stackoverflow.com/questions/6883967/…
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comment Whole Solution Complexity … vs Development Complexity
Also understand by problems are not with the languages, my it is the fact that I like them soooo much better than PHP that has me down this path. My problem has been how you manage development/production environments for web applications.
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comment Whole Solution Complexity … vs Development Complexity
not at all, I'm searching for people who have had the same experience I have, that have overcome it. This comment thread is turning more into my response to your answer which essentially boils down to " Django/Python is simple, RTFM" which I hope you can understand is not helpful. I understand my question is vague, but I'm mainly looking for tips for someone coming from a LAMP copy/paste deployment environment. Essentially things that you finally learned and said "Really wish I would have known this from the get go."