Partial Application Technique in PHP

26 08 2011

Now that we have lambdas and closures in PHP5.3, we can use a functional programming technique known as partial application. Read the rest of this entry »





JavaScript Exercise

22 07 2011

Pencil and Paper Time

by quacktaculous

Write code so that if user clicks a button, the value of one text input is duplicated and Read the rest of this entry »





CMMI and CSS Hacks vs Conditional Comments

1 11 2010

For today’s post I thought it might be instructive to enlighten web developers and others with regard to a subject that we rarely if ever think about, Read the rest of this entry »





Shuffling and Random Thoughts

28 10 2010

A riffle shuffle being performed during a game...

A riffle shuffle being performed during a game of poker at a bar near Madison, Wisconsin (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Sometimes you need to shuffle things when you work with PHP, that is to order a set of values where each appears in a randomized order. Read the rest of this entry »





Disabling Java in FireFox 3.6.6

20 07 2010

Yesterday I had a job interview that seemed to be moving along really well as I easily and successfully answered one technical question after another. Then the prospective employer asked me to show examples of my work on the Internet. Read the rest of this entry »





Simultaneous HTTP GET Requests

22 06 2010

Some job-seekers complain about the interview process, comparing it to dating, Read the rest of this entry »





Animals, PHP and HTML:

2 04 2010

Array Manipulation

If you were going to sort an associative array by its keys rather than its values, how would you do this? With PHP there is usually more than one way to achieve a result and this holds true in this case as well. You could use two excellent array handling functions, Read the rest of this entry »








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