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    Enforcing coding standards, automatically

    Published September 21st, 2006

    PHP_CodeSniffer is a nice tool that allows you to define a set of standards for your code, and then detect where those standards aren’t being adhered to. Great for multi-developer projects.

    Generate PHP Simple Method Description (SMD) files for JSON-RPC in Dojo

    Published September 18th, 2006

    For the last few weeks I’ve been familiarising myself with Dojo, a powerful Javascript toolkit which we’re going to be using for the next iteration of our user interface. I’ve spent a fair amount of time hanging around on the project’s IRC channel #dojo, where people go to discuss Dojo and (hopefully) get their questions […]

    Betraying my sources: what I read

    Published September 15th, 2006

    I have a list of web sites that I keep tabs on for when I’m bored at work I want to stay up-to-date with the latest in tech news. I thought I’d share it with you. Ars Technica – I should probably read Digg or Slashdot more often, but I dislike the community baggage that […]