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Author Archives: Anna

ConFoo Vancouver Call for Papers

ConFoo is happy to open the call for papers for the Vancouver 2017 edition! Proposals can be submitted until May 8th. Advisors will review all the proposals and publish the list of talks on June 5th. Talks are 35 minutes for the topic and 10 minutes for Q&A, for a total of 45 minutes. Check…

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Would I Want to Live Forever? Hell Yeah!

I saw this video the other day. I strongly disagree with that sentiment. If I could live forever, I would have done all the things. Right now, I have to constantly pick one thing over another. I have to prioritize. I abandon too many projects before even starting them, because I know that I simply don’t…

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Why Objects Over Arrays?

I saw a tweet earlier today “there seems to be this obsession with turning everything into an object”. Here’s a detailed response as to why using objects instead of arrays is a good idea, in my opinion. The Problem I once took over a project written in ActionScript 3. It was a fairly simple project. Five mini-games…

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ConFoo Montreal Early Bird + Vancouver Dates

You can save on ConFoo Montreal tickets until January 20, 2017. This huge conference will be held on March 8-10, 2017 and will feature over 150 presentations. There is a great range of topics, including PHP, many other programming languages, databases, security, performance, machine learning and project management. We also just confirmed the dates for…

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Increase Efficiency of Remote Communications

Do you want to increase the efficiency of your remote communications by a factor of ten? Keep reading then. Respond immediately. If you have all the necessary information to respond to an e-mail, do it now. You already spent time reading the e-mail. By not responding immediately, you are wasting time re-reading it next time and categorizing…

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