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Instructor-led PHP Courses
Customized, role-based, expert-led PHP Training
DevelopIntelligence specializes in delivering highly-customized, dedicated, role-based PHP training courses to technical teams and organizations.
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Our PHP training offerings include:
- PHP Corporate Bootcamps
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- Learning Strategies for Custom PHP Projects
PHP is a general-purpose programming language originally designed for web development. Companies like Facebook and Wordpress use PHP extensively and PHP still powers a large percentage of the world’s websites. Despite its large user base, it has lost some ‘cool’ factor compared to other languages. Slack Engineering explains this like so
Most programmers who have only casually used PHP know two things about it: that it is a bad language, which they would never use if given the choice; and that some of the most extraordinarily successful projects in history use it. This is not quite a contradiction, but it should make us curious. Did Facebook, Wikipedia, Wordpress, Etsy, Baidu, Box, and more recently Slack all succeed in spite of using PHP? Would they all have been better off expressing their application in Ruby? Erlang? Haskell?
Perhaps not. PHP-the-language has many flaws, which undoubtedly have slowed these efforts down, but PHP-the-environment has virtues which more than compensate for those flaws. And the options for improving on PHP’s language-level flaws are pretty impressive.
We believe that while PHP has its quirks and detractors, it still is a very powerful and worthy language and ecosystem.
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