I was asked a strange question today. “What’s return !! $row; do?” And I had never really been witness to the syntax of the double-not ‘!!’ because really, to me, it’s a bit strange and contradictory for the coding styles I’m used to. So I looked it up a bit more to see if it […]
Yep, I pulled a ‘whoops’ today. I made a table, filled it with data, then realized I forgot my standard ‘id’. My primary key, auto incrementing column that makes me feel good about myself. Once I noticed it was gone, it was easy to add it back. Right? Right? Well, not so fast. You can […]
Quick Update: this apparently only works with Zend Studio for Eclipse. Sorry for any confusion if you’re trying to figure out where the f$#@ those dialogs are. All of my projects reside in an SVN repository and now they’re starting to get accessed by multiple users. Typically with eclipse, I would just have a project […]
Zend released version 1.6 of their framework just a short while ago and I’ve been reviewing a lot of the changes. As it turns out this framework is becoming quite large and diverse in what it can do. Some of the newer features that interest me: Saving sessions to a database table. Dojo integration Captcha […]
I had the pleasure of attending Google I/O in San Francisco this year. I’m only getting to posting about it now because work has been far too insane for me to even stop and think about all the glorious things I heard about during the conference. In fact, I still find it hard to come […]
Why does subversion on the Mac have to suck so bad? Sure there’s apps, SvnX, SCPlugin for Finder, and a few others that typically suck — and unfortunately I always end up using Eclipse and it’s Subversion plugin. But really, the user friendliness of it all is making my stomach turn.