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php|architect:
September 2006 Issue Released
September 21, 2006 @ 14:23:29

The latest issue of php|architect magaizne has been released today - September 2006.

Highlights in this issue include:

  • "Is PHP 5 really slower than PHP 4?" by Andi Gutmans and Dmitry Stogov
  • "State of the PEAR" contributed by Aaron Wormus, a walkthrough of the history of PEAR
  • "Know Your Stuff" from Philip Olson, looking at the PHP Manual
  • "Desperately Seeking Susan" by Tom Gidden, a look at the basics of creating a search engine
  • and, of course the Security Corner (Ilia Alshanetsky) is back with part two of the look at configuration in PHP
...and much more.

You can either pick up this issue by itself (about $4.20 USD) or as a part of a shiny, new subscription (about $35.00 USD).

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