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04-03-2009, 04:33 PM
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: New York
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I love programming, and always have. I also enjoy web design. But my main passion is web accessibility. I've helped lots of people to make their sites accessible to the blind and disabled.
Most of what I know about programming has been learned by trial and error. I started out with a book about php and mysql by Julie Meloni. My second book about php is for php5 by Naramore, Gerner, Le Scouarnec, Stolz, and Glass.
Things in php5 are very different then what they were in php4. I'm also dabbling in some xlst now and it's pretty cool.
Then, what I know of SEO comes from the forum where I've been a moderator for 4 years, and a super moderator now for 5 years. Yep, I've been at the same SEO forum for 9 years now. I'm member WebSavvy over there too. It's taken from the name of my domain. ;)
Anyway, if you'd like to have a look at the SEO forum it's here:
We don't really get into much programming talk there, which is why I found this forum to be so enjoyable. I may be able to help with what things I know, and pick up information from some of you about things I do not know.
Anyway, it's nice to meet you. :)
Nice to meet you too! And I think you live up to your name!
I've read my fair share of PHP books, some good, some just ok. they are definitley getting bigger though and overtaking my old Perl books.
I like the new stuff in PHP5. I am studying for the PHP cert and it's kind of annoying because it tests you on PHP4 while still needing to know the difference in PHP5. I wish they would just move on and test you on PHP5.
SEO is a good field to be in, with more and more businesses going online, it's a battle of knowledge of how you set up your site for search engines.
I will check out your site that you provided...
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