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Josh Lockhart - Find Good Online Resources And Communities & Use Them To Your Advantage
April 28, 2014 @ 09:17:41

7PHP.com has posted their latest community interview, this time with Josh Lockhart, an author behind the PHP The Right Way project and the Slim microframework. They talk some about his history with PHP, some thoughts on the current state of the language and resources/tools he recommends.

Someone finally took the responsibility to make things go in The Right Direction. And this man, this brave man, this 'super-hero' is here to make a change happen - he is named Mr Josh Lockhart. He is The Captain America of The PHP Community! Josh came forward with a convincing righful movement (if I can allow myself to tag it as such) to help PHP-ers get a sense of good direction when it comes to 'dealing with/and taming' PHP as a tool to make good software. This initiative is named as PHP The Right Way!

Josh answers other questions about his preference in environments, what he sees as the good and bad of PHP and his overall feel of the PHP community and where he feels e fits.

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