Skip to main content

Matt Hunnell

Member since Jan 12, 2010

Recent Blog Comments By Matt Hunnell

  • Object Oriented Programming And ColdFusion - What's The Point?

    Posted on Oct 30, 2012 at 5:17 PM

    @Snake, I have inherited dozens of sites/apps in CF, C#, VB, and PHP mostly small to medium scale sites, so I think I have a pretty good handle on how various languages get used. PHP sites tend to be the worst, probably because people that won't pay for hosting wont pay for a decent developer eithe... read more »

  • Object Oriented Programming And ColdFusion - What's The Point?

    Posted on Oct 30, 2012 at 1:17 PM

    Coldfusion's greatest flaw is that it is too easy to use. Because that any idiot with a keyboard can start building spagetti code that somewhere down the line is going to turn into a maintenance nightmare and in many cases cost businesses money. Programmers who learn to build things in the OO model ... read more »

  • ColdFusion 8's OnMissingTemplate() - So Close To Being Good

    Posted on Feb 5, 2010 at 12:27 PM

    For missing img sources, i've found this onError javascript to be an easy way to fail gracefully. You could even uses a dyanmic page as your onError source to return different images based on the Params I think. We sometimes have to use images on servers that we don't have direct access to, so this ... read more »

  • Thoughts About Salaries And Raises As Motivated By Daniel Pink's Book, Drive

    Posted on Jan 12, 2010 at 1:06 PM

    As usual Ben, Great insight. I have found that profit sharing can be a great motivator that ties employees choices directly to What is Best for the company. Even if the $ amount is small, it's the ability to have an impact that can make a difference. I have also seen it first hand turn into rese... read more »

I believe in love. I believe in compassion. I believe in human rights. I believe that we can afford to give more of these gifts to the world around us because it costs us nothing to be decent and kind and understanding. And, I want you to know that when you land on this site, you are accepted for who you are, no matter how you identify, what truths you live, or whatever kind of goofy shit makes you feel alive! Rock on with your bad self!
Ben Nadel