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I Can Program! Well, Sort Of.
I recently wrote about Dreamweaver MX 2004, and how I was still impressed with the product, but the learning curve was steep. And how I tried Flash, and was totally and completely lost.
Well, being the good reporter, and product evaluator, I figured, maybe I was too harsh. So I went back to Flash MX 2004 and tried it again! I had a concept, I made plans and I crashed and burned.
Flash is not made for me. Sorry Macromedia. I know of others who make it sing like a Stradivarius, but I, can't make it even croak like a frog!
However! I repeat, however!
Dreamweaver 2004 MX let me create and write PHP code! Here I am truly impressed! I am not a programmer. Oh, I can take a program, hack it a little, but I would never, never call myself a programmer. That's not to say I can't get SQL to do what I want (as long as it isn't Microsoft's version " what's going on there? but I digress).
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