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bio website lovehabibi.com
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experienced web product development & web marketing professional (offline & online), gradually getting better at HTML/CSS/JQuery/PHP/MySQL/Symfony/Doctrine... and anything else that comes along.


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comment Migrating from one PHP framework to another
Thanks for the useful answer. I've dabbled in both Zend and CakePHP, and although I agree with your comment, I cannot as a matter of principle "accept" it when it's not hands-on experience speaking.
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comment Migrating from one PHP framework to another
Thanks - Useful perspective, although frameworks make life easier with regard to so many things that it's hard to entertain the idea of not using them. They can also be customised and don't always need to be updated unless there's a real need to do so (e.g. security vulnerabilities, lack of support for X, etc). Accepting this answer as it's really about a "solution" rather than trying to address why the framework switch might be needed.
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comment Migrating from one PHP framework to another
Thanks - this is a relevant "warning".
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comment How to reconcile my support of open-source software and need to feed and house myself?
@Guzba: Indeed... everyone's got the right to earn his (or her) bread as long as you go about it in a fair way.
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answered How to reconcile my support of open-source software and need to feed and house myself?