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Interview With Musketeers.me On Taking Over PHP|Architect
January 03, 2013 @ 09:22:31

On 7PHP.com today Khayrattee Wasseem has posted an interview with Musketeers.me about their recent move to being the owners of the php|architect brand and all of its products/events.

If you were having a sky-diving on planet Mars since the past months, or if you were too enthusiastic in getting lost within The Hobbit's World - wake up Sid! There's news concerning PHP Land! On "its" 10th birthday, last December 2012, your "PHP Magazine for PHP Professionals" (The one & only PHP|Architect) announced on its portal that it's brand, owned by BlueParabola, is being 'safely & soundly' handed over to The PHP Musketeers aka Musketeers.me for a smooth and more dynamic life.

In the interview they talk about things like:

  • The motivation behind the acquisition
  • Positives and negatives of the brand as they see them
  • Future plans for the magazine and brand
  • What they see as the overall goals for php|architect
  • What kind of challenges they see in the road ahead

You can read the full interview here and find out more about this change on the php|architect site.

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Community News:
php|architect Acquired by Musketeers.me
December 18, 2012 @ 06:24:52

If you've been around the PHP community for any length of time (or even at all it seems) you've probably heard of or seen something about php|architect - the magazine, their training and even their popular annual conference, php|tek. News came out yesterday that the php|architect group has been acquired by Musktreers.me (several of which happen to be well-known PHP community members).

Over the course of the last ten years, our focus has always been education-not just of our readers and customers, but also our own. We taught ourselves about publishing, organizing events, training, and dealing with people from all walks of life. Many of the things we learned were fun, and some not so much; all were very interesting. Most of all, we have learned to rely on the PHP community, which we watched grow and evolve alongside our favourite language.

[...] Thus, as the end of our first decade in business approaches and we have decided that we must move on, it's important for us to know that php|architect will remain in good hands. We are happy to announce that, effective January 1st, Musketeers.me LLC will take over the php|architect brand and all activities associated with it, including our magazine, books, training, and events.

You can find some more personal reflections from other members of the php|architect staff on their own blogs - Marco Tabini and Beth Tucker Long - and the official mention on the Musketeers.me blog.

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7PHP.com:
Interview with Eli White, CTO of Musketeers.me
September 24, 2012 @ 08:09:28

On the 7php.com site today they've posted the latest PHP community member interview - this time it's with Eli White, the CTO of Musketeers.me (the group behind MojoLive).

In this edition I talked with [Eli White @EliW], who is currently the Founding Partner and Chief Technical Officer Of Musketeers.me - a consulting firm. Eli was previously the CTO at the social career management platform known as mojoLive and has been working for numerous famous high profile web projects, namely Digg and TripAdvisor amongst others. He was also (back in 2009) the PHP Community Relations Manager and DevZone Editor-in-Chief for Zend Technologies Inc. Elliott White is also the author of the PHP book - PHP 5 in Practice and has attended 30 conferences (at the time of this writing) in which he was a presenter for 49 sessions.

In his answers, Eli talks about things like:

  • Some of his interests outside of programming (like Medieval Reenactment)
  • What he sees as the current "good parts" and "bad parts" of the PHP language
  • He recommendations of resources for PHP beginners
  • Software he recommends (testing, CMS, e-commerce)
  • The best way he sees to get involved in the community (conferences, user groups, etc)
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