Kana Yeh has posted a review of Ivo Jansch's "Guide to Enterprise PHP Development" (from php|architect):
I consider myself to be a newbie when it comes to profesional PHP web development. Sure I know how to CRUD, procedural-, object oriented development on a limited level, frameworks, functional designs, database designs, technical designs (all on a limited level). So yes, I know something but is my knowledge enough to be able to stand in the world of the real professionals? Therefore I might think and mention some stuff that is not related to enterprise. Please correct me whenever you come across such err.
She frames the review in light of what the titles of the book (the "enterprise" portion mainly) suggests about its contents. She talks about the contents of the book - descriptions of a software life cycle, architecture, quality assurance and optimization. In some of her final thoughts she mentions the quality of the book and some of the things it does well. (There also a Dutch summary for those Dutch PHPers out there.)