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I'm interested in teaching others PHP. Is anyone interested?
July 27, 2012 @ 09:21:49

If you've been doing PHP for a while and feel the need to get out there and help others learn the language (and the whole ecosystem around it) but don't know where to start, check out this thread over on Reddit with some helpful resources and suggestions.

I'm interested in teaching PHP and programming concepts to people. I've been told that I teach people in a way that is easier to grasp than what's conventional and I would like to get other peoples opinions on how to produce code and perspectives when you're not native to PHP specifically.

In the comments there's mentions of things like:

  • the PHP Mentoring project
  • ProTalk.me for sharing your videos
  • What kinds of topics people are looking for
  • and responses from people that would like to learn more about the language themselves
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