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567. The Best PHP Books 2017 and 2016

Updated on: 2017-06-10

Posted on: 28 days ago

Every year many books about PHP and related topics are released but most of them do not get much notice from developers that are very interested to learn about the books if they knew they existed.

This article is a listing of PHP books that have been released in the last years that are best sellers in sites like Amazon.

It was built with the collaboration of the authors that have written them so they can tell you better what the books are about and why they will be useful if you read them.


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544. Boosting the Visibility of Your PHP Projects with Data Mining and Business Intelligence

Updated on: 2017-04-20

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If you ever tried to get attention to your Open Source software work but it did not get very far, now you can learn how to fix that.

Thanks to basic data mining techniques on search engine traffic statistics and business intelligence methods, it is possible to help you to optimize the content that you publish to promote your Open Source work beyond the traditional methods of publishing the code in a repository and waiting to see what happens.

Read this article and watch a demo video about search engine optimization tool that is being used to optimize the content of many Open Source projects to leverage the number of interested users.


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481. PHP Modern Practices Latest Evolution Steps

Updated on: 2016-12-23

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For the last years PHP has gone through a great evolution steps, not just in terms of the language itself, but also in the practices that the developers that write PHP code apply to do their job.

Some of those evolution steps are very well known, but others only recently are having noticeable consequences.

Read this article to learn more about the recent modern practices that have been helping the lives of PHP developers, as well something cool you can expect for the near future.


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472. How to Stream Your PHP Code on Livecoding.tv

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Livecoding.tv is a live streaming platform that allows people to share code, exchange programming experiences, and socialize, while improving their code.

Read this article to learn how you can expose your PHP programming skills while you program live, as well how you can embed your recording live streaming videos in PHP Classes, so other PHP Classes users can learn how you are doing your work.


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433. 10 High Growth Companies Hiring PHP Developers

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PHP is so popular that sometimes fans of other languages question if PHP is still that popular in the hope that PHP developers move on to the languages of their preference.

The fact is that PHP continues to be so popular that large companies have still great demands for qualified PHP developers.

Read this article to learn about some of the high growth companies that continue to look for great PHP developers.


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361. The Family of Core Developer of CakePHP and Lithium PHP Frameworks Needs Our Urgent Help

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Nate Abele has been one of the main core developers of the popular PHP frameworks CakePHP and Lithium. His family is going through a tough moment due to an accident with his wife and her daughter. She may go to prison due to an injustice, but we, the PHP developers community, can help.

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349. What Salary Could You Be Earning as Software Developer?

Updated on: 2016-02-19

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When it comes to negotiating a salary with a company that you want to work with, it's hard to know where to start, especially if you don't have a good baseline for what other people with similar skills are being paid.

A salary calculator is a good way to get data on how much similar jobs are paying, so you can go into a salary negotiation prepared.


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344. Where Can You Earn the Most Money as a Software Engineer?

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Traditional job searches are opaque and one-sided, particularly when it comes to salary negotiations. Candidates often donít know the market rate for their skill set and level of experience, or how offers they receive stack up to the other opportunities that are out there. Hired.com is on a mission to change all that.

Read this article to learn how to find how much software engineers are making in different countries based on research conducted by Hired.com.


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333. PHP 7 Release Date Arrived: Will Developers Adopt PHP 7?

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Now that PHP 7.0 is finally being released, it is up to the PHP users to decide if and when they will adopt it in their projects.

Read this article to learn about a brief story of PHP 7, the major new features of PHP 7, the results of a survey carried in the last weeks to evaluate the intentions of the PHP developer to adopt PHP 7, and what to expect for future PHP versions.


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264. Help Testing PHP 7 to Anticipate Bug Fixing - Lately in PHP podcast episode 56

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The PHP 7 final release with still take a few months to happen but Rasmus Lerdord the creator of PHP is already asking the community to help testing PHP 7 as it is now to anticipate the fixing of eventual bugs.

This was one of the main topics commented by Manuel Lemos and Ernani Joppert in the episode 56 of the Lately in PHP podcast.

They also commented about the proposals for PHP 7 of having scalar type hinting and the combined comparison operator, tips for adapting existing PHP sites to become mobile friendly, and the PHP and JavaScript Innovation Award Winners of 2014.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video, or read the transcript to learn more about these interesting PHP topics.


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