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bio website swapneshsinha.wordpress.com
location Chandigarh, Jaipur, Kanpur, India
age 27
visits member for 1 year, 9 months
seen Jan 15 at 5:59

Open to new job opportunities in PHP || RAILS

Ready to relocate

Check my Web 2.0 Portfolio - http://careers.stackoverflow.com/swapnesh

  • Works on LAMP platform for daily bread (likes the simplicity and easiness of PHP)
    • Wordpress - My First love, as I started my career with this CMS.
    • Ruby on Rails starter - Looking for more support via internet, please let me know if any how you can help :)
    • IT industry prefers smart workers, I really dont know how much smart I am but, yes I am a hard worker and logical thinker.
    • Loves stack community for technical and personal growth.
    • If you want to do something good to me please feel free to contact me at- swapnesh20032003@gmail.com

Apr
19
comment Using volunteering to develop my skills
@Joe Thx for the edit...it sounds much better and practical now :)
Apr
18
comment Using volunteering to develop my skills
Thanks for the answer..basically for PHP we rarely use git here so its just a matter of time that few things remain unopened for me which might be very common for others..+1 for the language page source(i really don't know about this..will look more into it)
Feb
26
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
thanks for the advice +1
Feb
25
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
@DaveNewton very productive comment..I innocently admits that I am not a ninja..but yes I tried a lot to learn ..so from your exp and comments I too believe to use editor first instead of running blindly for an IDE.
Feb
25
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
@DaveNewton So Will it be a good option to opt a good text editor instead of an IDE at initial level ? As IDEs are definitely heavier as compared to text editors
Feb
24
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
The only thought behind my IDE usage is to follow the industry standard for Rails from day1
Feb
24
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
I was thinking the same..that just to run for an IDE I need to rub my nose in ruby code and that would be a better option ..thanks and +1 :)
Feb
24
comment While learning any new programming language, is it a myth to use a basic text editor instead of an IDE to learn concepts?
@MaziarBouali All for my learning purpose
Jan
17
comment how to keep focus in long term?
@mrkafk its all common...even after answering the question...i am accepting the fact that at times i do sometimes follow the same tunnel, but the irony is that the questionnaire itself better knows the solution in its inner heart but yet he look for a solution from outside world :)
Jan
17
comment how to keep focus in long term?
+1 very well threaded :)
Jan
17
comment What is the efficient way to remember things we read?
+1 for a nice explanation :)
Jan
14
comment How to set targets for two equally important tasks?
+1 for "facing a conflict between urgent and important tasks"
Jan
9
comment How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
@ViliamBúr So do I +1
Jan
9
comment How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
transformation of idea into real coding stuff.
Jan
9
comment How come some people are able to think out of box while others fail?
Wow thx for the links..it adds more innovative ideas :)
Jan
9
comment How come some people are able to think out of box while others fail?
nice suggestion..i too agree with you as i am really busy with the work these days..will certainly going to try ur method :) +1
Jan
8
comment How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
+1 for the last para :)
Jan
8
comment How to be a smart worker rather than hard worker to be fit for the IT industry?
yes it is so..but is it not much time taking,..bcoz in IT sector client is so demanding that they need solution instantly and I think although the process is good but it is time consuming...+1 for the quote
Jan
3
comment How come some people are able to think out of box while others fail?
Simple yet elegant :) +1
Jan
3
comment How come some people are able to think out of box while others fail?
Thx for the efforts..very detailed...pointing in the correct direction whr I am lagging in and points to the right area that I neglect commonly :)