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Web developper

  • PHP (Zend Framework)
  • MySql
  • Javascript
  • XHTML / CSS

Hobbyist

  • Python

Apr
15
answered How do you accurately create estimates for programming projects given to you?
Apr
14
comment Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
looks like Die Hard 3 jug puzzle youtube.com/watch?v=lZ64IR2bz5o
Apr
8
comment “As” Naming Convention
The Hungarian notation would good be a naming convention if Microsoft hadn't broken it. The notation should not state the type but the nature of the variable content. For string the microsoft way of doing it is prefix everything with a "s" so all the strings are the same, but if you use it to qualify a string as safe (from the system) and un-safe (from the user) you will have something clearer to work with like usName = fromFormElement and sName = fromDatabase. You can read more on that on joelonsoftware.com/articles/Wrong.html
Mar
25
awarded  Supporter
Mar
23
comment Why is software schedule estimation so hard?
There is a really good article written by the father of this community on his web site joelonsoftware.com/items/2007/10/26.html
Mar
22
accepted Application internal API
Mar
22
accepted Application internal design VS Web application design
Mar
21
asked Application internal design VS Web application design
Mar
21
asked Application internal API
Mar
9
answered Why are most websites optimized for viewing in portrait mode?
Mar
8
awarded  Scholar
Mar
8
accepted OOP for unit testing : The good, the bad and the ugly
Mar
7
comment OOP for unit testing : The good, the bad and the ugly
i don't plan to move away from Zend, at least not for this project, but i would rather make it Zend independant so I can reuse the code in an other project
Mar
7
awarded  Student
Mar
7
asked OOP for unit testing : The good, the bad and the ugly