Larry, That's a very nice way to learn stuff. That's what I am doing but probably in a very crude way.
I am just reading a PHP book and doing those examples. Would you recommend any other innovative way of learning and mastering this language? Regards, Shreyas On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 11:25 PM, la...@garfieldtech.com < la...@garfieldtech.com> wrote: > First spend time working with straight up PHP, writing your own stuff, > throwing it away, and writing it again. What you'll learn that way is > immeasurable. > > Then pick a framework (Cake, Drupal, Symfony, Zend, PEAR, whatever) and > learn it, maybe two. Try working with it and extending it. > > Then do the bulk of your serious work with that framework, having had > enough experience to understand what it's doing and why. > > The timeframe for that process will vary widely from a few months to a few > years depending on how quickly you pick stuff up and how much time you have, > but that's going to get you the best education and productivity. > > --Larry Garfield > > > On 6/3/10 12:51 PM, Shreyas wrote: > >> Folks, >> >> Just quite could not stop taking your inputs before I start my learning >> curve to shape up. >> >> Should I use one of these frameworks or just *K*eep *I*t *S*imple and >> *S*tupid >> >> and learn it the traditional way? Thoughts? >> >> > -- > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php > > -- Regards, Shreyas