Rick wrote:
> I'd be interested in some good PHP books as well, I feel like I'm in a
> At first, PHP was all new, and I was learning soooo much... but now if I
> think up a task I can visualize how to do it in PHP pretty easily.  I know
> have a LOT to learn, but I think my problem is I don't know proper
> programming techniques...

    I would recommend the PHP Developer's Dictionary - it is high-quality,
    practical and covers a lot of ground - from basic PHP to advanced PHP to
    building your own PHP extension.

    Disclosure: I reviewed the manuscript for the author (as a favor :)



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