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comment Schema.org vs microformats
All things being equal, my preference is to align myself with Google guidelines. The guidelines are moving targets but (as of this writing) this help section from google seems to suggest a Google preference for Schema.org: support.google.com/webmasters/answer/1211158#whymicrodata
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comment What do you think of the F# language?
Agree on the comparison with C# lambdas. Seems weird that the OO language has the terser/cleaner syntax.
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comment How can I move a team from C# ASP.NET development to PHP development using Drupal?
So, it's 8 months later, what happened? Did your team move to Drupal?
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comment Explaining Drupal to a Programmer
+1: for "It's pretty much a configuration over coding approach" sums Drupal up pretty well. As a programmer I find it aggravating to work with, but at the same time I re-did a site I had built with drupal in Yii and you do realize Drupal gives you a lot out of the box.
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comment Rails vs. Drupal
Although RoR and Drupal have the same end goal of creating websites, they are two different animals. RoR is going to be similar to ASP.NET MVC whereas Drupal is a CMS designed to facilitate creating websites via the front-end (i.e. minimal programming). Obviously you can program custom stuff in Drupal but personally I find Drupal code extremely unintuitive to work with. Forget about salary, I think you would find much more programming joy with RoR if those are your two options. If you want the PHP equivalent of ASP.NET MVC check out Yii Framework.
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accepted Set modified date = created date or null on record creation?
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comment Set modified date = created date or null on record creation?
Using the default null scheme if I add a new customer the result of your query will still be the same. For caching purposes, I need the results of the query to change if a new customer is added