In a recent story, Dell CEO Kevin Rollins called the iPod “a fad.”
This got me thinking about the real impact the popularity of the iPod has had on my own life, and led me to to some pretty interesting conclusions.
Believe it or not, this is my first entry to my first ever Blog. Sure, I’ve read ’em, toyed with ’em, poked and prodded. But I never really felt that I had enough to say to install one for myself. Well, that time has changed. A lot is going on in my life. And I mean a lot.
“Shopping For Carts”
International PHP Magazine, December 2004
Robert reviews shopping carts built in PHP ?th free and commercial ?d provides detailed recommendations for evaluating and using these carts in your PHP eCommerce development projects.
“Recursion In PHP: Tapping Unharnessed Power”
Zend.com DevZone, November 2004
Next to object oriented programming, normalization of relational data structures and refactoring, recursion is one of the topics in computer science most often overlooked by the self-taught PHP programmer. This article is an attempt to help redress this situation.
“Queue It: A Better Way To Send Email In PHP “
International PHP Magazine, October 2004
This article explores a powerful alternative to the typical approach to system generated e mail — the PEAR’s Mail::Queue package — to queue system generated messages for periodic delivery, tracking, re-sending, and reporting on message status.