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At 05:07 PM 9/6/01 +0100, Geoff Caplan wrote:
>Michael Kimsal wrote
> > Tell me more about your thoughts on this please.
>One of the strengths of PHP is the gentle learning curve. This means that a
>lot of people are using it as their first programming language, and a lot of
>the traffic on the lists, and the articles on the PHP sites, are at a pretty
>Nothing wrong with this, but it may give some the impression that PHP is not
>a serious tool. If you lurk on Java/Ruby/Python/Rebol lists, as I sometimes
>do, there is a lot of higher level discussion about how to get the best out
>of the language, in architectural and design terms. I thought that a good
>way to focus this kind of discussion would be debating and documenting
>design and architecture patterns as applied to PHP.
>I would have thought that this would be stimulating for the gurus, and
>beginners like myself would learn a lot from watching the process.
>And because the PHP solution will often be much simpler than the Java/C++
>style solutions, it would be a good way to demonstrate the power of the
>language to anyone considering adopting it for serious work.
>Here is a paper documenting some procedural/relational patterns that might
>give a sense of what I am suggesting:
>Hope this is useful
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