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bio website davidcondemarin.blogspot.com
location Manchester, United Kingdom
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I am a iOS and .NET developer currently based in the UK, working for Intechnica, a software house in Manchester. I'm very interested in general systems development, software engineering, design patterns,natural language processing, web development and development in general.

I can be reached at david.conde.marin (at) gmail (dot) com

Also, you can check out my CV or my blog


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comment Handling Errors In PHP When Using MVC
I very much agree with you!! Altough exceptions are not as enforced n PHP as in other languages, is good to know that many people are incorprating them...
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comment How many second chances have you got in an interview?
Funny thing is, I studied really deeply TCP/IP, and interviewed for another company, and got a Senior position!! what was the other company thinking??? I've had like 10 job interviews after that one and none was like that...
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comment Cost of heavy autoloading in PHP applications?
thanks for the reply. About YSlow, don't worry Im a client performance fan and follow the their rules and PageSpeed's rules to the letter! Well, mostly :)
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Thanks @Scott, I will be recommending something like your idea..
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@Eran, I will take your advice and rewrite the question then...