On Sun, Apr 4, 2010 at 8:37 PM, Daniel Kolbo <kolb0...@umn.edu> wrote:

> Hello PHPers,
> I've been doing the programming thing for about 10 years now: amateur
> side gigs turned into ten years pretty fast.  I think i have a fairly
> strong sense of object oriented design, data modeling, etc...  However,
> sometimes I wish I had a stronger academic understanding of the design /
> planning phase of new systems.  Then I could be absolutely certain my
> design is correct before investing mega $ and time into the
> implementation phase.  I think I'd save myself a lot of time and
> frustration if I could improve my designs before I started
> coding...obvious right?
> Well, i've read the wikis, the forums, the blogs, etc...  I think i need
> a text book.  I'm looking for an OO design methodology recommendations
> which focuses on churning out reuseable / flexible deliverables.
> I'm not afraid of getting all academic about it either.  It is about
> time I really got down into the nitty gritty of "proper" OO design methods.
> I'd appreciate any recommendations as for improving my OO design
> approach/methodology.
> Thanks,
> dK
> `
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*Nice books for all skill levels, but not focused on PHP (still applicable)


*Nice PHP-specific books (very practical):*


*More Academic*:


*Functional Bliss (now PHP 5.3 offers more functional programming
capabilities, so it's nice to see how other languages leverage the paradigm



There are others, but I limited my suggestions to books I own.


Nephtali:  PHP web framework that functions beautifully

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