Showing posts with label Procedural Programming. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Procedural Programming. Show all posts

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Programming With Anthony - Paradigm Soup

So, for the past few days I've been talking about a secret project that I've been working on. Well, today I'm pleased to announce the project. I've been working on starting a series of YouTube videos about programming. The first of these videos is about Paradigms (Procedural, OOP, Functional). Plenty of future ones are planned, but the topics, order and even if they happen is completely up to you! I want your feedback on the concept. Is it something worth pursuing? Any topics you'd like to see? Any other comments about the concept? You can reply to this post, or to the video itself. So, without further adue, here's the video:

Saturday, November 3, 2012

Slides for SOLID Talk at TNPHP

This afternoon, I gave another talk at TrueNorth PHP. The talk is a version of a previous talk that I gave on Object Oriented Design. I've changed it significantly, so here are the slides.

Monday, July 23, 2012

What Generators Can Do For You

The concept of generators was recently proposed for addition in PHP's core (Possibly for 5.5.0). While I believe that this is a great tool, it appears that many PHP developers aren't familiar with the concept of generators. So I thought I would take a little time and explain some of how it works, and how it can be used to greatly simplify code.

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

OOP vs Procedural Code

This morning I was asked a question that took me by surprise: "Your examples for PasswordLib are in OOP style, how do I write it in procedural style"... This took me by surprise, because the examples actually are in a procedural style. So I felt that I should write a post about the real differences between OOP and Procedural coding styles. Hint: whether you use classes and objects or not has very little to do with the answer...