Monthly Archives: July 2012

PHP5 OOP Tutorial – part 2

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Tutorials

PHP5 – OOP (object oriented programming) Tutorial Part 1

The final chapter of this tutorial will cover some best practices that we might skip over for to just make things easier at this point.   As a note, WordPress isn’t co-operating with indents.  I’ll make all the code available

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Tutorials

You can’t just be a developer anymore! ( a note to all want to be developers)

(Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong) Maybe it’s just me, but I seem to spend as much time designing and laying things out as I do developing.  Even if I have a designer, I’ve still got to format

Posted in Programming Talk

Browser Tools For Developers

Since I’ve got a few folks I’m helping out with my little codecademy challenge I’m finding that they don’t have the general tools on their P.C. that I assume they should have.  Sometimes it’s easy to not think about all

Posted in Programming Talk, Tutorials

Challenge: Show me a single large outsourced project that was successful?

Over the last few weeks I’ve had the privilege to try and repair two large websites that had been made with outsourced programmers from overseas.  In both cases the sites were nothing more than cobbled together code from a hundred different sources,

Tagged with: , ,
Posted in Programming Talk, Ramblings

Codecademy Challenge – Objects Help

I’ve had more questions with codecademy challenge at the “objects” stage then the other segments combined.  It’s actually a pretty weak spot in the tutorials because they show multiple ways of creating a function and there is a lot of

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Tutorials

Craigslist Posters Looking For Web Developers: This is For You *(maybe)*

Did I send you here with a response to your “Internet Engineer/Computer Gigs/Web Info/Design”  Ad on Craigslist? If so, not all of this may apply to you, but I’d love for you to read it anyway.  When you are done

Tagged with: , , ,
Posted in Ramblings
3dcart Partner
3d cart partner!
I develop custom solutions for 3dcart! Contact me today!
Dreamweaver Creative Cloud
Adobe's Creative Cloud is a great way for students and professionals to budget their software needs. The entire Adobe Suite - for a small monthly fee.
Gravity Forms – Easy WP Forms!

If you struggle with forms on your wordpress blog you can probably handle it with out me with gravity forms!

Click here to visit rocketgenius.