While my days of coding are long gone, my passion for learning and playing with code as a hobby still flares. For every project we begin with I always make sure I understand the architecture and the infrastructure my team at Edoramedia is working on and have major OCD to assuring codes are formatted correctly, commented in the right standard, and OOP is well integrated.
Obviously in order for the team to work in that fashion, using a proper version control platform is essential. Hence the use of Git. At first git seems really overwhelming and unnecessary for the "cowboy" coder, but once you dive deep and learn it properly, there is no going back.
In this article I want to jump into the important parts of Git without giving a whole background of where it came from, who is Linus Trovalds, etc.
A lot has happened since my last post. I have now become a consultant to Al Aan TV and passed on the torch of "Head of Online" to others. This was a necessary move in order for me to dedicate my time and efforts in expanding Edoramedia. However it was also embraced with an unbelievably admirable action from my GM in Al Aan whom I will always be grateful for.
I have been wanting to change the blog layout for years but there was always something that got in the way. Finally I decided to put the effort and make the change.
In this blog I will be focusing on three different topics:
- Coding and Development: I will be putting up tutorials and examples on different challenging projects that took us as Edoramedia quite some time to approach. These libraries could help out othes who are facing the same exact problems or those who are just trying to learn more. Most of the codes will be on the LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP) infrastructure and perhaps using the Code Igniter framework.
- Personal Thoughts: I will be using this area to write what I have in mind on random topics, most of these will be items that do not fit on twitter and require more elaboration.
- News & Entertainment: I may do some writeups on different trending topics and give my personal feedback on them. Finally don't expect a boring blog, You will be seeing a lot of strange, short, and goofy posts on clippings I find mostly on Social Media.
Obviously this layout is made with HTML5 and therefore fully responsive and visible on all types of platforms.