PHP Tattoo

I hope pasting this into the PHP-powered WordPress blog doesn’t break anything. I’m not so sure because I’m not really a very good PHP programmer and am always breaking stuff — I’m more of an assembly language and microcontroller kind of guy.

Anyway, Mike got this done by Hurley at studio3tattoo in Suncook, New Hampshire.

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16 thoughts on “PHP Tattoo

  1. You like assembly language programming!! :o I had to do that in my first year of college and hated it. We were just doing basic things like polling keypads but it was hard!

    I like the font of the tattoo, very nice.

  2. If you know what you are doing (which i dont) :) or if you are programming something interesting instead of adding numbers to registers etc.
    I can see this getting nerdier and nerdier by the second :) so il just compliment the artist on a job well done, lovely clean lines.

  3. PHP is a programming language, you can do some things with it regarding web content but its main use would be server side applications.
    Polling keypads, had to do this last year in college as part of a module. We had a basic sorta computer (a D6 educational computer), no screen just a little display. We were told to program it, polling key pads basically means making the machine wait until a button is pressed and then show it on the display.
    Heres a link to a pdf, first slide shows the D6 in all its glory!

  4. Give it two weeks and I’ll have my geeky inner lip ink… ;)

    There’s no place like ‘home’…


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