In the United States, we take the fourth Thursday in November to give thanks for all the things we appreciate, and all the people who matter. I know that without PHP, my life wouldn’t be nearly the same; the language I use every day plays a critical role in everything else I do: it provides money to pay bills, a sense of accomplishment, and the joy of working in a language that is truly fantastic.
We owe lots and lots of people for the PHP language, people who are not often thanked nearly enough. Thus, I have decided to pick five people that have contributed significantly in the last year, and (in no particular order), discuss their accomplishments and thank them each personally. I realize that PHP is an effort of several hundred individuals, and that each one deserves credit; there simply wouldn’t be the space to thank them here personally, but each contributor should know that I personally appreciate each and every one of you.
Friday, November 27th, 2009 @ 7:54 am |
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Categories: Friday Inspirations, Technology
Tags: giving thanks, thankfulness, thanks
I’m a big believer in giving credit where credit is due. There are a number of people who have influenced my experience as a programmer, and I want to take time on this Friday to talk about and thank each one of them individually. Oh, and they’re all on Twitter in case you want to go participate in #followfriday and add them to your list.
The five I picked have been influential in my development as a programmer, and I owe each of them a debt of gratitude. I wanted to highlight them, as they’re A-list members of the PHP community and people everyone should know. So, in no particular order…
Friday, April 3rd, 2009 @ 12:30 am |
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Categories: Friday Inspirations
Tags: appreciation, grace, PHP, thanks