Hardly, we might have had our differences when it came to programming
methodologies but I've seen enough to convince me that there isn't just "one
way to do a job" in any particular language (especially Perl, but I won't go
there...) and when you can churn out lots of working code in a timely manner
that's a bit more important than the people who spend all their time
designing, and then act surprised when their budget runs out...
Anyway, AJ - Best thing to do is read through major PHP projects. PEAR,
Phplib, binary cloud, etc. Look through other code.
Here's some sites too:
but then you should keep the following in mind:
Stuff to use:
IMO using classes helps a lot, but it's not necessary, abstraction takes a lot
of time and most of the time when deadlines are approaching..
Whatever I say here is going to be "wrong" according to someone else or just
downright stupid, but then, we all learn when that's pointed out, no matter
how harsh on the (bruised) ego..
On Wednesday 18 December 2002 01:57, adam beecher wrote:
> Donncha will be the first to tell you that I'm not a "proper" coder AJ,
> although to be fair I have developed a set of standards over the years.
> Sadly, they're _my_ standards, and have little or no bearing on the Real
>> Be more specific. You probably have a project in mind, tell us what you
> want to do. I promise we won't sell your IP to Zeev. Honest.
>> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: webdev-admin at linux.ie [mailto:webdev-admin at linux.ie]On Behalf Of
> > AJ McKee
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