/Code / Big Ideas
Banking is archaic. The digital tools available to us to manage our money are simply online forms of the traditional paper methods available before the personal computer. Except they aren’t even as useful as some cash methods.
I propose a banking system which allows for users to create rules and scripts which are executed for each transaction. This framework would allow for a bank’s customers to manage their money in ways which work best for them. This system would also allow for users to share their methodology (whether it be in budgeting, debt reduction, savings, or anything else) without having to teach the process of that methodology; they could simply share a file or text snippet which could be uploaded to their friends’ accounts and implement the system automatically.
reading time 6:33 / read >>>
reading time 5:05 / read >>>
/Friday Fork /Code /PHP
I have been working on a project which got me running PHP in the command line. I wanted to know how long the script had been running since it would be running for hours at a time. As I tweaked the code and ran mini-tests I wanted to know how much my changes were improving the time it took to process.
reading time 3:53 / read >>>
I recently got fed up with excessively long argument lists on some of my PHP methods and decided to try passing arrays instead of ordered lists of variables and values. I wanted to know for sure, though, how it would impact my script’s performance so I arranged a test.
reading time 2:44 / read >>>