Photo: Beach Rocks

Posted: January 31st, 2012 | Author: | Filed under: Landscapes, My Photos, Photography | 1 Comment »
Beach Rocks

This is the beach at Sunken Meadow State Park on Long Island. I thought it was a nice looking beach when I saw it, and the rocks looked pretty cool.

Specs:
Canon 60D
17mm @ F16
30 seconds
ISO 100

Photo: Quiet Walkway

Posted: December 18th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Landscapes, My Photos, Photography | No Comments »

Quiet Walkway

I took this photo at dawn in the nature preserve at Binghamton University. I really like the old-fashioned wooden walkway.

Specs:
Canon Rebel XSi
17mm @ F14
1/8 second
ISO 400

Photo: Two Falls

Posted: December 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Landscapes, My Photos, Photography | No Comments »

Two Falls

I had to fulfill a physical fitness and wellness requirement this semester, so I ended up taking a workout class. We would work pretty hard, but every so often, the professor would have us go on a long walk. Through one of the walks we ended up at this park that I never knew about. These beautiful little falls were a bit into the park and down a ledge. I had to set my tripod up in about a half a foot of water in the middle of a small river to get this shot.

Specs:
Canon 60D
17mm @ F20
5 seconds
ISO 100

Photo: An Imposing Read

Posted: December 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Misc, My Photos, Photography | No Comments »

An Imposing Read

I was in the Binghamton University library working on a paper, and as I peered down an isle of books from the desk I was sitting at, I thought the view was pretty neat. The isle looked endless and from a low angle the surrounding books looked imposing. A few weeks later I brought my camera and GorillaPod and too this picture.

Specs:
Canon 60D
17mm @ F16
1.3 seconds
ISO 800

PHP: Most Common Mistakes (part 2) – Using Post Increment Instead of Pre Increment

Posted: April 17th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Common PHP Mistakes, PHP, Programming/Development | 5 Comments »

The Problem

I want to first point out that the mistake I am about to discuss holds true for many languages. However, I’m going to focus on its presence in PHP because that’s my favorite language and I would be willing to bet that very few experienced PHP developers, let alone beginners, are aware that they are making this error. It should also be noted that everything I talk about in this post can also apply to decrementing too. Read the rest of this entry »

PHP: Most Common Mistakes (part 1) – Not Learning the Basics

Posted: April 11th, 2011 | Author: | Filed under: Common PHP Mistakes, PHP, Programming/Development | 1 Comment »

I am starting my blog with a series of posts on common mistakes that PHP developers make. I have been studying PHP for about seven years and throughout that time I have communicated with many other developers, or aspiring ones, via programming forums and other avenues. I quickly learned that most beginners are bound to make a series of similar mistakes, and even veterans fall into similar groups of traps. I know that when I began doing PHP, I made many of the very mistakes that I am going to discuss in this series of posts. I hope that my trials and tribulations will save some aspiring and even veteran programmers some valuable time. Read the rest of this entry »