I am sharing a list of RSS feeds that I read almost everyday. And which one is my favorites RSS reader? Well, I use GoogleReader because of it’s excellent features like star and feed history. also I like it’s feed sharing feature. 1. Ajaxian : http://www.ajaxian.com/index.xml 2. Cow’s Blog : http://cow.neondragon.net/xml.php 3. IBM Developer Works … Continue reading List of RSS Feeds I read almost everyday
I remember those old days when I had to write everything by myself. I wrote huge libraries to work with MySQL. Then I learned PostgreSQL and SQLite but didn’t rewrote my old library to work with those, I was running short of time. So I forsake the opportunity to write a db library which works with them. What I did was plain code relevant to database specific portions. Oh ya, that was a long time ago.
Soon after that I came to know adoDB which made my dream come true. I was so much happy getting my all db specific works done in a much more smarter way. I get rid of database portability issues. I was very happy that time.
I learned smarty soon after I realize that my codes are getting ugly with all the inline HTMLs and PHPs. Nothing could be smarter than separating the presentation logic from the business layer. I am a big smarty fan since that time. It saves my sleep for many nights.
But again I am recurrently suffering from maintainability issues. I was not surprised to find that my code is becoming huge unmanageable giant and it takes huge time for refactoring the application. I was very sad those days. Oh what a disaster that was.
When working with my team members located remote places, I fall into a deep shit. How can we manage and track the changes done by us? Even I was getting strange code in my routine which I bet was not written by me!! It was a terrific job Continue reading “Prelude to foundation: Its time to go for a better PHP Framework”
Hello Today we have released wordpress plugin for bengali wordpressians. For reference, take a look at here to know what this plugin actually does. You can download this plugin from here : Download Continue reading WordPress Bangla Plugin has been released
Today I developed this tool to import wordpress blog rolls as XML document. You know when you export data from wordpress.com that doesn’t include the blog rolls data. So if you want to keep a backup of your blog rolls, you can use this tool to import your blog rolls data.. This one is developed … Continue reading WordPress Blogrolls Importer – Opensource
It was a great party yesterday we had at somewherein. From this month we started the phpexperts monthly meeting which is sponsored by somewherein this month. Yesterday we were scheduled to start at 3:00 pm. The first who knocked the door were tahsin, najnin and kamrunnahar. Tahsin is the member of phpexperts and other two … Continue reading phpexperts get-together at 16th september, 2006
I join PageFlakes this month as a Flake Developer. PageFlake team recently won the Ajax StartPage race beating Microsoft and Google. As a result, one of the most successful venture capital company BenchMark capital invetsed $5 million in pageflakes. PageFlakes has around 18 members here in Bangladesh, one of the greatest developer team I have … Continue reading Working for PageFlakes
Packt arranged this open source CMS award since july. People could cast vote for their favorite CMS and The top five were supposed to be selected in first round. The first round is over. The following CMS are the top scorer and now you can vote among these five. The top three will be awarded … Continue reading Five Great CMS to vote – Packt Open Source Award
Joshua Eichorn recently released a fantastic service for creating thumbnail of webpages at runtime. The service is named as “WebThumb” . Later he relased some API for developers to incorporate the service using a API-Key. The API-Key is available after registering at the site. Today I made a PHP Wrapper of his WebThumb API using … Continue reading Generate Thumbnail of Any Webpage using PHP
I have done couple of projects for the companies I am working in or worked out, which are localized applications. But most of those projects were ANSI based, not unicode. So I made a decision last night that I wont spend my time for any ANSI projects in near future. All my localized projects will … Continue reading Just a small anouncement from me on localization