Building services like FriendFeed using PHP – Part 1

Friendfeed is an excellent life streaming service aggregating all your feeds from different service providers, compile them together, build a social network among your known people and finally deliver all these feeds as a mashup. As a result you can immediately track activities of your friends on all the different service they use (like jaiku, … Continue reading Building services like FriendFeed using PHP – Part 1

Setting up virtual host with mod rewrite enabled in Ubuntu Hardy Heron

Virtual host is really what the name says, a virtual environment over the top of your current web server to simulate a separate hosting environment. Using virtual host you can enable site specific features and keep your development environment totally separate from another one. For example, if you want to experiment a simple application with … Continue reading Setting up virtual host with mod rewrite enabled in Ubuntu Hardy Heron

I dont give you a damn, if

You came to an interview for “PHP Developer” and you said you dont know the name “Rasmus Lerdorf”. You’ve used MySQL for a long time and didn’t even hear about “Michael Monty” and though “jQuery” is your “favorite JS framework” for a long time, but “John Resig, who is he?” shame on you The reason … Continue reading I dont give you a damn, if