Jawad Shuaib Self-proclaimed Web 2.0 Expert
Every minute spent angry is sixty seconds of happiness wasted
June 23, 2006

For me, it is something more in the lines of 'every minute spent watching T.V is sixty seconds of coding wasted'. I eat, code, sleep, code, eat, code, sleep, and code. My mind is enclosed within curly braces, anything outside is a waste of my byte memory. I started coding my small application from its design phase to the finished product. I was 80% done within a matter of two weeks :)

Meanwhile, I got an occasional dose of neural activity on the right. I started jotting down ideas on Internet based advertisements. I learned PHP, SQL and VB Database programming in order to understand the practicality of my new found ideas. I have observed that learning new languages is a breeze once you are familiar with the basic C programming syntax. It is difficult, however, to adopt a new language; especially when you are making the jump from desktop to web based applications, and that is what I am doing at the moment. Web 2.0 might just be a fad, but so were personal computers when they first came along. Sooner or later, web applications will dominate the programming world. Good bye Microsoft, Hello Google!