Details after the jump
- One smart-ass programmer with enough idiocy to throw down the gauntlet, pick it up, then slap himself across the face with it.
- One kick ass designer
- One license for IIS7 + OS that I can use locally for development
- An Idea!
- One sneaky ninja cat
- One local testing server (I'll buy one on sale from some crappy online retailer)
- Hosting (apparently I can get free IIS7 hosting for a while)
- Using PHP as the scripting language to power the site (Not phalanger or some other fakery)
- Blogging about the issues I encounter
- Hit count
- Having never used IIS
FFAQ (Fake Frequently Asked Questions)
To learn about IIS7, it's all well and good to shout "apache is better, faster, more secure and free" then stick your head in the sand, but I'd like to know what's happening on the other side of the fence. This way I will be in a better position to help students, and contracts with IIS issues.
Likely neither, I lack a development machine running windows. I do most of my fun coding on the couch on a mac laptop. I could use the testing server I mentioned, but I don't want to sit in the office at a desk during my free time. So likely Komodo & Zend Studio. I could buy a crappy laptop rather than a crappy desktop but: I want to do performance testing which needs a real hard drive, and they're more expensive. I'm not spending hours coding in parallels unless my MBP gets an upgrade.
Not unless it tastes remarkably like vodka
I'm open to suggestions.
Also open to suggestions, I'm leaning towards drinking.
In order for questions to be asked frequently, the topic must first be presented. Any time you see a FAQ on a just launched page, the questions were made up, not asked frequently.
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