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Hello folks.
I'm a programming hobbyist from Iran.
I have been learning VB.NET, PHP, HTML5, CSS3, JS, jQuery, etc.
I came across MVC, Laravel, Java and Scala and Play framework recently.
I have set up my first hello project in Play Framework, learned about how route works, how controllers work, how models work, how views or templates work.

I still need a lot to learn! I don't know how to make ajax work in MVC. I don't know how to add plugins and modules in my website, how to control versions, how to work with other developers in a team...
As a professional developer, do you have any instructions, or advises or sources that I can follow to become a professional team developer like you?
Thanks in advance,
-Amin
 
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Welcome to the Ranch

I shall duplicate this discussion in one of the Jobs fora.
Please show us a little program you have written, and let us see what good programming style you use
 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Welcome to the Ranch

I shall duplicate this discussion in one of the Jobs fora.
Please show us a little program you have written, and let us see what good programming style you use



Haha... Like I said, I'm not a real programmer, so I choose funny names for variables! )

This is a small app I wrote in VB.NET, years ago, for resizing images:




 
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