Hawkee   -  Dec 25, 2012

Python alternatives for PHP functions, http://bit.ly/YIMq5i

Hawkee  -  Dec 25, 2012

This might be just what it takes for me to get started with Python.

Sorasyn  -  Dec 25, 2012

PHP is about where I'm at on developing a "work-in-progress" of a website. Lol.

Hawkee  -  Dec 25, 2012

If you aren't extremely well versed in PHP yet you might want to consider starting with Python or even node.js. They're growing much faster than PHP at the moment.

Sorasyn  -  Dec 25, 2012

Well PHP is the only one I've had a bit of background in compared to others, and it coupled well with Dreamweaver / XAMPP for local host testing. It's not hard, it's just looking up methods which fit my needs to accomplish a certain task.

Hawkee  -  Dec 25, 2012

Ultimately it doesn't matter what language you use. Building and completing something useful is what counts.

Conscious  -  Dec 25, 2012

@Sorasyn I see the devil's word



Sorasyn  -  Dec 26, 2012

Lol. It's better than doing it by hand. ;)

Conscious  -  Dec 26, 2012

I would argue that

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