[thelist] PHP_SELF / Contact Form
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Thu Aug 5 12:55:22 CDT 2010
> From: Christopher.Marsh at akqa.com
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> Date: Thu, 5 Aug 2010 17:33:27 +0100
> Subject: Re: [thelist] PHP_SELF / Contact Form
> When developing software, making changes to your code in order to see what happens is known as programming by coincidence, and is never a good idea. Ensure that you have a defined set of requirements, and then learn how to implement them. This will probably involve reading product documentation or a reputable book on the product, and will take some effort. The pay-off will be that you fully understand what you're doing and why - thus making the production of efficient and robust production software much easier. Aside from specific technologies, buy yourself a copy of The Pragmatic Programmer (http://www.pragprog.com/the-pragmatic-programmer) to learn some product agnostic programming skills; it is an excellent read.
> Chris Marsh
Thanks Chris and Hassan. I will add the books to my list. I appreciate it.
I have some books and excellent sources when I was at the college but really like to read online.
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