From time to time, I’ve struggled with minor pieces of coding for what seems like an age and then I’ve discovered PHP has a ready-made function whose express purpose seems to be to fix my exact problem. Today, I name and honour those PHP functions which saved my life, my career and my sanity.
This week, some good news regarding reading RSS feeds. FeedDemon (PC) and NetNewsWire (Mac) are now free.
Two months ago, I bought an imac. The reasons for doing this were plentiful, and overall I’m happy with my experience so far, but I wanted to talk about why I switched, what’s better and what I miss about a PC. Hopefully this will be useful to anyone thinking about switching in the near future.
Prior to gaining my first job as a junior web developer, I often wondered how much I could expect to earn. Whilst at university, during 2001-2005, I heard a lot about the average salary for a university graduate being around £18,000 a year (regardless of profession) – whether this was an accurate figure or not,
Hot on the heels from IE7, IE8 will be (probably) be available in 2008 – it will pass the Acid Test 2.