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I have a good understanding of C#, VB, HTML, CSS. I have a New Job where I am getting into Advanced SQL and SQL SERVER 2008. Lots of FUN!

I have been Building Websites for small businesses and will hopefully be finishing up a Windows/XboX Arcade style game sometime in the near future.

I also have plans on Creating a Text Based Browser Game.


May
1
comment How do I reference an XSD within an XML file?
I must just be used to seeing XHTML Schema Declaration, it uses w3.com or something like that
May
1
comment How do I reference an XSD within an XML file?
why are you using w3schools as a schema location?
Apr
22
comment Purposely raising exceptions to use catch
sounds like this should have been a question for Programmers then. we review code, not ideas.
Jan
20
comment Best practice for copying static content between a web project and a self hosted EXE project
@JustinDearing, I reread the question, it's not a superuser question, I should't skim so fast, it is a Programmers question though. this is about design and not about review of code, does that make sense?
Nov
7
comment Styling the HTML tag in a web document
I am going to give this some time to attract other answers.
Nov
7
comment Styling the HTML tag in a web document
thank you, this is a wonderful answer
Nov
7
comment Styling the HTML tag in a web document
maybe I should rephrase the question, I completely agree with what you are saying, but what I want to know is " should you style the <html> tag? "
Oct
9
comment is it bad that I have no html, or javascript in my php files
please provide some code to review. or at least some examples of what you are doing and why you ask the question about the segregation between Front-end/Back-end. really there is no segregation because the back end should have some logic for serving some information to the front-end
Oct
4
comment xml based programming languages
I was trying to clarify the question with my last comment @delnan I understand and agree that XSLT is a Nice tool to have.
Oct
3
comment xml based programming languages
or semi-colons? I see what you are saying. any language could really parse that information out of the XML Document, so the question would be "why would they need an XML Transformation language", right?
Sep
10
comment XSLT and possible alternatives
@PhilVallone XSLT with the aid of Xpath does retrieve data similar to SQL retrieving Data from a Database though, right?
Sep
10
comment XSLT and possible alternatives
@PhilVallone I agree. I was wrong there. wirrbel, I am not going to argue with you about what XSLT/XSL is and isn't, if you want to transform your XML document into another XML Document you are going to want to use XSLT/XSL.
Sep
10
comment XSLT and possible alternatives
you said "XML is a bad notation for programming" in programming languages that I have used you can pull Data From XML Files rather Easily. XSLT is Gaining Ground on being able to do a lot of Computations and spitting out that Data to another Data Transport object/Document. it is like SQL to SQL Server it can do a lot of stuff but it is mostly back end, not front end. SQL like XSLT, it queries Data in a specific way, but you never want to give the results of that query as a report, you want to send the information to a report builder
Sep
10
comment XSLT and possible alternatives
then there are probably issues with your XSLT file not XSLT Transformations themselves
Aug
27
comment What is the definition of pointer?
+1 for knowing the who invented the Null Reference! you learn something new every day
Aug
27
comment Advise how to write a simple test for this javascript snippet?
is this part of a website? couldn't you just create a mini site with the objects/elements and scripts that you need, and open it up in a browser and then open up the developer tools and click the button, then create a button that would undo it, and click away?
Aug
23
comment Does the order of learning matter in web development?
these are core languages/technologies. I think that this is a valid question. for someone who wants to jump into the web Programming, where would you start? you definitely should start with HTML/CSS then probably some XML, make that a lot of XML, then Javascript then move into Frameworks, whether it be PHP or ASP or the other ones. SQL should probably be side by side with the Server Side stuff.
Jul
24
comment Writing map of data to XML according to a format which is user-defined
glad that I could help
Jul
19
comment How can you tell whether to use Composite Pattern or a Tree Structure, or a third implementation?
if you figured out the answer to your question please post it and accept it, so others who have a similar issue can benefit from it.
Jul
18
comment XML/HTML: Do we need the element name in closing tags?
Actually HTML and XML are very similar. HTML was Designed to display Data, so it is actually a Data Structure, much the Same way that XML is a Data Structure for storing Data. you can actually write a website in XHTML which is a mix of XML and HTML. they are different in that one is meant to Show Data and the other is meant to Store/transport(and maybe transform data if you want to make that stretch to XSL being similar to XML). you can use xPath on both XML and HTML as well. I would say they have more in common then not.