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Oct 0
Oct 0

PHPDoc & Eclipse

As programmers we’ve probably all learned that documenting your code is a must. I’ve always did this, because my superiors demanded it, but more and more I’ve only documented lines that I thought would confuse others who read the code. If I felt like doing my job well I’d put up a function description, but usually I thought they were pretty obvious, especially for short functions, and I never bothered with PHPDoc. But this all changed when I started to use Eclipse…

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Oct 0
Oct 0

PHPDoc & Eclipse

As programmers we’ve probably all learned that documenting your code is a must. I’ve always did this, because my superiors demanded it, but more and more I’ve only documented lines that I thought would confuse others who read the code. If I felt like doing my job well I’d put up a function description, but usually I thought they were pretty obvious, especially for short functions, and I never bothered with PHPDoc. But this all changed when I started to use Eclipse…

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Oct 0
Oct 0

Rediscovering SEO

A few years back I’ve done a lot of research on SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and it was hard work sifting out the good info between all the crap. But through a recent post on the Sitepoint Blog I went on a research journey again. Check out new goodies like microformats (rich snippets) and Google’s personal SEO Help site.

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Sep 0
Sep 0

Building a website

In these days we have a lot of options for building websites. I get asked often if I can make a website for someone, but usually all they want to pay next to nothing and expect me to draw out the design and help place all the content. I’m a programmer! Luckily there is a a well-known solution for this: Content Management Systems (CMS).

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Sep 0
Sep 0

Discovery of Symfony

Recently I started my own company (Solid Web Code) and, among others, went to my old employer to see if I could mean anything for them as a freelancer. I was astounded at the improvements they have made to their internal structures, especially also in the web development. I especially liked Symfony, which was the framework I had been waiting for. It’s easy to use, written in PHP, adaptable to any situation and in the right set of coding standards.

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