My first experience in following Azat Mardan, the author of this course. I discovered him through his blog while I was looking to solve some problems, he goes through the basic stuff and gives the feeling that he can respond clean and short to questions about the material.
Looking for the new hit or sticking with your known language ?
is this one of the big questions you are looking to get an answer to ?
A quick review of websites in the nurturing your programming skills industry.
In the quest to filtering data I ended up looking for a tool that allows me to move a part of a query that needed too many unions in order to achieve simple things that where not thought trough from the beginning.
Resque is a great tool for creating background jobs, but the task of managing the queues and maintaning is not quite as straight forward. There is quite a lot of noise and a nice amount of options when it comes to translations of the resque pool to php language.
For anyone looking for feedback on Mysql 5.6 Certification exam.
As a general impression if you work you queries on a weekly basis you should be safe just by practicing some more of that preparing for it.
I found myself confused by this need of binding the interfaces to an implementation, maybe you have too.
I like explaining this kind of things by looking for the root of the problem it solves, as by itself it might not make sense.
Prepare the Learning Material
A quick review on what's out there and what I think you should consider in order to get better prepared for 1Z1-882: MySQL 5.6 Developer.
If you like long stories you could use a read on this http://alistapart.com/article/getting-started-with-sass . If not, sass is a professional grade css extension language, so let's get on with it.
After reading about the fuss around sass the fears of switching to it may seem as ill grounded. There is no real danger in the command line or setting up a ruby environment, if you have difficulties with that go for help, me and others more experienced or more gifted are happy to help in order make a better internet.
I wanted to share some of my first experiences and impressions little time after getting certified.
For anyone who wants to see the full agenda, I hope it will be forever avaiable here.
There were 4 tracks to assist to so I created my own program with what seemed worthy of my time. I also checked for feedback from some of my coleagues that I knew before the conference and were present, also one of my sisters were there following another track as she is only a junior programmer.
During the week-end I've browsed and tried some gems found on Build Awesome Command-Line Applications in Ruby.
Taken that I suffer from the same "do not post until perfect" or "i don't have time to finish my post" disease, what most of my fellow programmers with a blog seems to suffer, I've taken under consideration to dedicate 15 minutes every day to write something, anything on my blog. No matter what the day reserves I will dedicate 15 minutes to posting on this blog and acquiring some English skills as a side-effect .
# Suggestions and improvements on current files located at https://github.com/decebal/dotfiles
1. make installer settings optional
2. make zsh themes optional
3. Complete the script that copies necesarry files on subservers
4. Document user made functions
5. Config as beeing client
Are you passionate about programming as I am ?
Why do you use php ? is it because your work requires it or the fast paced environment really suits you ?
Customizing linux console
I really wanted to start this blog asap, mainly beacause i plan on starting a blog on programming for a long time but never really got to it.