Monthly Archives: April 2011

The PHP Community Conference – A Review

I expected a lot from the PHP Community Conference when it was announced. My first attendance to a programming-centric conference, I didn’t quite know what to expect, but I did feel it was something I couldn’t afford to miss. I’m really glad I made the trip down to Nashville, and I’m thankful that I decided [...]

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The Fountain of Youth? A Great Book for Your Health and Wellness Library.

I just finished reading “50 Secrets of the World’s Longest Living People” by Sally Beare. Despite the infomercialesque title, this is an extremely well written book. Mrs. Beare starts off by introducing readers to five cultures where multiple centenarians (someone beyond 100 years) live alongside many other elder (and younger) citizens – most of them [...]

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FYI – JavaScript’s setInterval Duration and clearInterval wackiness

I spent the past 30 minutes debugging a nasty little thing…thought I would share in case anyone else ever runs into this. When using JavaScript’s setInterval, make sure that the timeout duration is greater than or equal to the execution time of the function it calls. I made the mistake of setting the interval duration [...]

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