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answered Refactoring jQuery spaghetti code to use DDD
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comment What is the recommended learning path for PHP and Javascript?
@YannisRizos Yes, I realized the deep stack thing after I posted my comment. I will still stand behind it on the basis of learning to architect is more important at this stage than getting your feet wet all over the place. I know web dev is always going to be "and now I need a little php, or flash, etc" to get your project done. This patchworking is not all that conducive to real skills development is my point I guess.
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comment What is the recommended learning path for PHP and Javascript?
Books are ok as far as they go, but you have to have pain making you learn your lessons -- you have to program and pick up all the disciplines surrounding it. Look at it like this, in a couple hours someone can learn how to read music to the extent where they know how to map the scribbles onto piano keys and time and force. But that won't make you a musician, and more importantly it won't make you a good composer. Focus on one language and becoming a PROGRAMMER. 'Knowing' other languages doesn't buy you much.
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answered Teaching Classes and Objects
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answered Can JavaScript be used as a general scripting language?
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answered How do you use blank lines in your code?
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answered Space around operators? a=b/2; or a = b / 2; What are the arguments?
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answered Is there a personalizable programming language you can use to convert to others?
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answered How to stop dwelling on problems rather than tasks?
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answered After writing code, why do I feel that “I would have written better” after some time?
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answered C++ for C# Developers
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answered Organizing Class Members in Regards to Access Modifier
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comment Would like to add features to Text Editor - which editor to choose?
I can only offer my quick review of SlickEdit, my main IDE. It provides a nice C-like language for extensibility, a GUI designer for same, AFAIK an infinite set of meta-keys when defining hot keys (ie Ins-Ins-Ins-Ins is one of my hot keys). The scripting language supports dll calls, and comes with most of the editor functionality in reviewable/modifiable source. As their ads used to say "It is the F-15 of IDE's", very responsive and optimized... $299
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answered How do I get over my .NET hump?
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answered Does an inexperienced programmer need an IDE?
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answered Automatic sorting of class/module members and its possible impact on productivity and code quality
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answered Should controls on a form be prepared in a separate class?
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answered How do I set up MVP for a Winforms solution?