AJ ONeal

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(03.May.2013)
Getting Started with PHP (for webdevs, bizdevs, and recruiters)
Summary: Getting Started with PHP (a generic term meaning any back-end): Step 1: Don't get started with PHP (the programming language). Use Django, Pylons, Rails, Express, Flatiron, or something else. Step 2: If you ignore step 1, read this http://me.veekun.com/blog/2012/04/09/php-a-fractal-of-bad-design/ Step 3: If you're still ignoring step 1, use PHP 5.4 so that you can get a server and debug console, and try one of these: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1Hc0lRUVRk9yFY_BR4UNf2O_fG1O8GT-AYqx7KywqOSw/edit#slide=id.gbf63c534_0137 If all you did was either read the article in step 2 or decided not to use PHP, your life and career path were improved. Wikipedia and WordPress have added great value to the web: Acknowledged.
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(03.May.2013)
Getting Started with PHP (for webdevs, bizdevs, and recruiters)
You're right. I could have had a different attitude and approach with the same basic content and it would have made it worthwhile. My apologies.

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