siliconfury wrote: Johnny Tightlips wrote:
siliconfury wrote::lol: It is a rather nice market, but it is a bit fucking crowded.
Incidently, you ever used an editor called HotHTML? I helped develop the last release of that (version 3), but it seems to have fallen into obscurity, which is a shame as it was very good. It is available for free now though.
Never came across it.
I largely do PHP as I know that best, but I've a few years of C# behind me, and been getting into Sharepoint development on and off this past year, very niched and lucrative market to get into from what I've seen.
I use Notepad++ for most of my development, though what I'd really like is an IDE that allows me to debug PHP web apps by adding breakpoints and watches and stuff.
HotHTML 2000 was the famous release, which is how I got involved in the last one, but the company that made it (WebSoft) seemed to disappear, though I did see the head programmer floating around the net a few years later.
C++ was my main love, concentrating mainly on maths programming (not the best language for it I know, but plenty of work around to make it worth it) and OpenGL programming...trust me to pick something that has no use whatsoever anymore
I still do a fair bit of PHP these days but I stopped webdesigning properly when I went to uni and I only tend to do sites for myself and friends anymore.