Scott wrote: > You're kidding, right? When was the last time you saw one the creator of > ASP on a mailing list personally answering code questions?
Call me a cynic but to maintain your status as php god you have to contribute to the list so you can sign a book deal. Scott wrote: > For what it's worth, I just left a 50,000 employee company that would not > let me use PHP in production until I showed them the Zend suite of > products. When I asked for the money to buy their IDE and it arrived I > was allowed to move my PHP code to production. So zend charges a huge amount of money so that your boss can feel good about making the right decision. That's great but how's that working? Is php becoming a contender? Like I said before do a search for php developers, you won't find any demand for it. Jsp is newer then php and they have a lot more jobs available so something isn't working. -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php