Agile Development posts, page 2 of 2.

The Problem with Assuming

In the days of old (PHP 4) web programmers sometimes resorted to small shortcuts in their code. One of these was register_globals, which extracts the global arrays ($_REQUEST, $_POST, etc) into individual variables, allowing a programmer to write $name instead of $_POST['name']. This is an obvious…

  • Category Web Development
  • Posted August 16, 2010
  • read more

Blog Updates and Comments

This blog was started in March of 2009 during a pivotal moment of my life. I had recently been fired from Michigan Tech, my first post-college job, and was using my free time to create a website to allow me to both market and develop myself professional. With the new site's blog I hoped to discuss…

  • Category Personal
  • Posted September 28, 2009
  • read more

Activity Stream

  • Tweeted | RT @apihandyman: Reminder, #APIs are not only about "data", they are also, and even more about "services".
  • Tweeted | RT @iamjasonlevin: You know how NFTs use the ERC-721 token standard? Most people don't know there are 28 more ERC standards. I asked Ethe…
  • Blogged about hiking | Cactus to Clouds.
  • Tweeted | RT @e3BethT: I am so excited to announce that I was a small part of the amazing team (with @beausimensen and @AlexFraundorf too) that worke…
  • Tweeted | @StefanHayden Distinguished Engineer 🫡
View more activities…