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Madara Uchiha, second Rikudo. The most powerful shinobi of the time. Mess with me, and I will drop a meteor on your head. >:)

Plus I program in PHP, HTML, Java, CSS, And plenty other languages.

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Oct
27
answered Something like “tracking” for local branches in git?
Oct
26
answered Why static members can't be abstract and don't implement polymorphism?
Oct
26
comment Are frameworks used for “big” websites?
@CodeCrack that's because there isn't one. Sorry to disappoint you. There's no such thing as a "high quality framework" that will allow you to magically code and keep maintenance cost low. That's your job as a programmer, not the framework's. The framework's job is to get you started quickly, most frameworks don't really help you beyond that, and some even do that badly.
Oct
26
comment Are frameworks used for “big” websites?
@CodeCrack also, that lists popularity, not quality. There's a heaven-and-earth difference between those two. Would you call WordPress a high quality tool? I wouldn't. It still powers approximately 20% of all websites on the web.
Oct
26
comment Are frameworks used for “big” websites?
@CodeCrack The way I see it, there currently are no "good" PHP frameworks. You cannot expect an end-to-end framework to match all of your data, business, storage and display needs, of every application. You can come close. A better way would be to take modules of functionality (like what Symfony does), and use them separately. In that sense, you can say that Symfony or Zend are not as bad as the rest.
Oct
25
comment Are frameworks used for “big” websites?
@CodeCrack CodeIgniter is pure horse crap. If you compare all of the crappy PHP frameworks to a garbage bag, CodeIgniter is the liquid that's dripping from the bottom.
Oct
10
comment What are the difference between server-side and client-side programming?
It depends. Some client-side code depends on the existence of a server (prime example: AJAX).
Oct
7
awarded  Yearling
Sep
25
awarded  Great Question
Aug
20
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
6
accepted What are the advantages and disadvantages of cryptographically signing commits and tags in Git?
Jul
17
comment Can someone help me understand MVC?
You lost me at "Models are essentially databases". Models are most definitely not databases. "Instances" of these models are most definitely not rows in the database.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
25
awarded  Favorite Question
May
27
answered Inheritance vs containment while extending a large legacy project
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
Like I said, this is a question to Stack Overflow, not here. Please ask it there.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
You'll need to ask that one on Stack Overflow. Without your actual code there's nothing much we can do to help. Link to the question here, provide your code and as many details as possible. Make your problem clear as well as what you've tried.
May
27
awarded  Organizer
May
27
revised Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
This question is neither PHP nor MySQL.
May
27
comment Javascript Event in Innerhtml Resulting from PHP Server Script
No, that's wrong. By the mere fact that you can see it on the page, means that it's added to the DOM. Rather, newly created elements need to be attached with the event handler anew. If you are attaching the event handler to an element that doesn't get removed and re-added (like the parent div), you don't have that problem.