Author Archives for Mark Trego

About Mark Trego

Mark Trego is the Founder and CEO of Stone River eLearning, a publishing company for video training courses on programming and development.

7 JavaScript Libraries All Web Developers Should Know

May 26, 2016 8:09 pm Published by

Everyone says JavaScript has transformed web development, and that its libraries are obliterating long established programming languages. BUT, everyone also says that most websites still rely on PHP. Doesn’t really add up, does it? PHP and similar languages have been...

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Why Should I Learn Erlang Programming

May 20, 2016 6:22 pm Published by

Programming enthusiasts are flowing towards object oriented programming languages like C++, Java and Python in waves. So when someone says that learning a functional programming language like Erlang is a great option, it’s both surprising and confusing in equal measure....

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PHP IF Statement Tutorial with Stone River eLearning

April 3, 2015 3:29 pm Published by

While working with PHP and displaying content on the webpage, we will come across situations where a different operation must be performed for different cases. For instance, certain social networking websites do not allow users below the age of 13....

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PHP for Loops With Stone River eLearning

April 3, 2015 3:25 pm Published by

In order to understand PHP For Loops, we must quickly recollect our knowledge of programming languages and how the flow control statements are executed in the basic programming languages. PHP For Loops follow the same structure for the execution of...

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10 PHP Tips Every Web Developer Should Know

April 3, 2015 3:23 pm Published by

If you are a web-designing enthusiast and questions like how websites are made and used, often crawl inside your brain, it is very likely that you would have had a few encounters with PHP. For understanding any language, you first...

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10 Java Coding Tips Every Programmer Should Know

April 3, 2015 3:21 pm Published by

When you talk about Object Oriented Programming, the best and the most apt example that comes to the mind is Java. Developed by Sun Microsystems, Java leads the way in terms of cross platform programming language and developing application software....

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