I started my new job yesterday. After a whopping 4 days of work, I'm actually feeling pretty good about it. I've been leaving the office feeling energized and enthused about my work - or at least not run-down (though the 1.5 hour commute fixes that). This is quite a change from my last job.
On Tuesday I started work on my first project. Of course, I really only got in a couple of hours of real work. Most of the day I spent with another programmer going over the database schema, application architecture, and all that good stuff. You know, the things you need to know to be able to sensibly make an addition to a substantial piece of software. I managed to get a bunch of work done Wednesday and today, though. It's really not that big of a project, it's just that I'm not used to the codebase and it's a somewhat large and complicated.
So far, this job is a lot more fast-paced than my last one. In fact, I've already learned a few things.
<?php ?>tag. You can just have the opening
<?phpand not have to worry about stray space at the end of the file. For some reason, I just never knew that.
I'm sure the learning is just beginning. Methinks this job will make for much better technical blog-fodder than the last one.
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