When I was a new PHP developer, I discovered that there’s a myriad of solutions, options, configurations and frameworks available. I thought, how does one sift through all the noise and get something done? How can anyone have a grasp of the best practices in PHP, and make sense out of all the options? Which extensions do we use, and how do we use them? What’s a best practice, anyway?
This is why I’ve decided to offer “Do This, Not That” for beginning and intermediate PHP developers looking to find a better grasp on precisely how to develop in PHP. This great series of highly focused e-books will offer tips, tricks and best practices focused on core areas of PHP development, including databases, security, filtering, regular expressions, configuration and more. Since it will be a series of tightly targeted solutions, developers will be able to pick all, some or just one of the offerings that solves their specific problem(s).
Monday, September 17th, 2012 @ 7:00 am |
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Categories: Best Practices, PHP 5, Software Development
Tags: beginner, Best Practices, book, database, development, ebook, education, improvement, intermediate, Learning, personal development, PHP, professional development, programming, self improvement, software
PHP allows developers to write a variety of different styles of code: procedural, object-oriented, or simply scripts. This flexibility makes PHP easy to learn, and also means that new developers to PHP may not be programmers in other languages.
Monday, October 12th, 2009 @ 1:00 am |
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Categories: General PHP, Technology
Tags: beginner, functions, PHP, tutorial