At 2:44 PM -0700 5/18/11, David Harkness wrote:
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 2:38 PM, Peter Lind
As is probably clear by now, in my opinion it would be much better to
go the motions of the script a bit at a time, with comments of *why*
things are done (not *what* is done) - and why you really should spend
a bit more time learning about security . . .
Ah yes, books. Yes I love books too and think they're great. This
isn't a book to teach you how to be a professional PHP developer.
This is a "how to get X done" example, at least in my view. It's
perfect for a professional developer who needs to quickly get up to
speed on how to do X in PHP, someone who can copy-and-paste the
code, read it, and understand how to take it to the next level.
That's certainly part of it.
I want to show web developers simple things they can use in their web
sites. I think most of these people aren't stupid, but rather they
are simply not informed about some very easy things that can help
Am I going to get some flack for this? Certainly, some people won't
get it, but that's not my target audience.
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