When I first started programming the only type of code I wrote was procedural. You know the type, one thing leads to another with a thrown in function here and there and you have a working application. As I grew as a programmer, I began to find out that way of programming is fine for small projects but when I started to develop bigger applications my code became very disorganized and hard to read.
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Stephen Thorpe is originally from London but now living in Tennessee. He works at an Internet and Telephone company as an applications developer primarily using PHP and MySQL.