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PHP Articles Report March 2016 Edition

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Updated on: 2016-04-06

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Categories: PHP Tutorials, Lately in PHP Podcast

This is the March edition of the podcast hangout recorded by Manuel Lemos and Arturs Sosins to comment on the latest outstanding PHP Articles published recently.

They commented on articles about using caching with AWS S3 to reduce costs and increase speed, developing applications that use Google search API to find how high your sites rank, interacting with users via SMS messages wuth the dotGo engine, and the salary you could be earning as software developer in different cities.

Listen to the podcast, or watch the hangout video to learn more about these PHP articles.


 



Introduction

This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the latest PHP Articles and book reviews published on the PHP Classes site.

You may listen to the audio recording, or watch the hangout video below.


Latest Articles

PHP Tutorial to Increase Speed and Reduce Costs of AWS S3 using Caching (0:56)

PHP Tutorial on Developing Applications using the Official Google Search API (4:18)

Getting User Input through SMS Text Messaging (7:29)

What Salary Could You Be Earning as Software Developer? (12:15)

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Introduction music Harbour used with explicit permission from the author Danilo Ercole, from Curitiba, Brazil

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