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Another PHP programmer responsible for things like the MicroMVC PHP framework.

You may notice that some of my questions run very deep into the heart of certain issues because I strive for the highest optimization that is possible in my apps.

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accepted Handling requests RESTfully?
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accepted What should the main content area be called?
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accepted Clever PHP Application Organization Structures?
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accepted Available options for classifying words in text?
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asked Why are UUID / GUID's in the format they are?
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comment Why are many programmers moving their code to github?
+1 We all know that in the end, graphs are all that matter.
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comment Why are many programmers moving their code to github?
I would also add that no site makes it easier to interact with code right away than github. Most sites hide the source-code behind several menus. Github also includes links to just about any other task you could right there on the project home without all the junk everywhere (looking at you sourceforge).
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comment Referencing external javascript vs. hosting my own copy
Ah, I'm sure I can do a better job hosting static assets than google. ;)
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comment Clever PHP Application Organization Structures?
+1 As a whole I agree with you, this is certainly a valid point. However, if you remove things outside the language (backup folders, cron/build scripts, static assets, etc..) and just focus on the language itself - I don't believe the same argument can be made. Languages already have limitations imposed. Figuring out how to arrange all your classes and codeblocks so they make sense for every project is a real and attainable goal.
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comment Should developers enter bugs into the bug tracking system?
Perhaps the problem is that they're thinking about it as "someone else's bug system".