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Feb
18
awarded  Caucus
Apr
22
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
23
comment How to market yourself as a software developer?
improvisational theatre workshops ... :)
Mar
22
answered Not getting paid for hours you've worked?
Mar
21
comment Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
some people seem to be very eager for the critics badge ... +1
Mar
19
answered Ubuntu, OpenSuse, the world of linux for a web-developer
Mar
19
comment Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
-1? for what reason?
Mar
19
asked Is there any evidence that graphic interfaces tend to mess with SVN- and Git-repositories?
Feb
11
awarded  Yearling
Dec
21
comment How to write a command interpreter/parser?
I don't see at all how this relates specifically to PHP. There are a lot of threads on this interpreter/compiler-topic on SO and SE already.
Dec
21
awarded  Organizer
Dec
21
revised How to write a command interpreter/parser?
this is not specific to PHP
Dec
21
suggested suggested edit on How to write a command interpreter/parser?
Dec
9
answered PHP, structural or OOP based language?
Dec
9
comment PHP, structural or OOP based language?
I fully second that
Dec
7
comment Do you use i-->0 for backward loops?
It's not an operator ... it's a "post-increment" and a "larger than" ... and it is a completely irrelevant code detail, too, in my opinion :)
Nov
27
comment Why isn't protection against SQL injection a high priority?
PDO is only protecting from SQLInj if you use it the right way. If not, then it's as safe as the usual mysql-adapter. what you mean are prepared statements for data and filters for meta-data (like table names).
Nov
27
comment Why isn't protection against SQL injection a high priority?
I can see the OP's point. Irresponsible is, when an employer hires a guy who lacks knowledge about SQL injection and the like.
Nov
23
comment Is it possible to develop a functional language based on PHP opcode?
The core question I am wondering about is weather you can think of opcode as something like cli or bytecode and if there is potential towards a development onto such level. programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/121286/…
Nov
23
comment Is it possible to develop a functional language based on PHP opcode?
this is actually more what my question was directed at - if the Zend Engine is suitable for other languages than PHP