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Interview With Stefan Koopmanschap Symfony Community Manager
January 30, 2012 @ 08:28:24

On 7php.com there's a new interview with Stefan Koopmanschap, the Symfony Community Manager (and well-known PHP speaker and member of the PHPBenelux user group) answering some questions about himself, Symfony and the PHP community.

In this edition, I talked with Stefan Koopmanschap (@skoop) the co-founder of the Dutch PHP usergroup PFZ.nl which is merged with the PHPBelgium usergroup to form the PHPBenelux usergroup. He is also an official Sensio training partner for Benelux and Germany. [...] Koopmanschap is much involved in the OpenSource world and is a very highly respected member in the PHP Community; he advocates sensible thoughts and never fails to make his point stand out in the best way he can. You can read more about him on his personal blog - LeftOnTheWeb.

Stefan answers a few questions about himself and his experience with PHP:

  • A bit of background on who he is and when he got started with PHP
  • How he got started with the language
  • His opinion of PHP now versus when he first started
  • some of the good and bad things about PHP

You can read interviews with other PHP community members here.

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