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SitePoint.com:
Sneak Peek at Kevin Yank's New Book 'PHP & MYSQL Novice to Ninja'
April 27, 2012 @ 11:14:05

SitePoint.com has published an excerpt from an upcoming book by their own Kevin Yank aimed at those wanting to get into PHP with no background in the language at all - "PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja".

Kevin Yank's done it again! He's just completed a new 2012 edition of his best-selling book (Build Your Own Database Driven Web Site, 4th Edition) which is now titled - PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja.

The chapter excerpt they share is the book's "Introducing PHP" content the (very) basic introduction to the language showing syntax and some of the benefits of the language. They also give you a preview of some of the other bits of content in the book including sections on database design, building a CMS, setting up shopping carts and getting PHP+MySQL installed on multiple platforms.

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PHPFour.com:
Becoming a Kick-ass PHP ninja
October 02, 2008 @ 07:57:24

New from the PHPFour website, there's this post with a few tips to help you become a "kick-ass PHP ninja" in your development.

You've been developing web applications using PHP for a couple months now and are finding it very enjoyable. Although you feel that you're doing quite good, you're not sure whether its the end. [...] If that's the scenario, then this post if for YOU.

Its broken up into two methods to move forward in your career as a developer - the technical way and the personal way. The technical way involves things like using version control and adhering to a coding standard. The personal way includes tips like "keep yourself updated" and "start community involvement".

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Job Posting:
Tubefilter Seeks Lead Developer / PHP Ninja (Los Angeles, CA)
August 18, 2008 @ 08:43:11

Company Tubefilter
Location Los Angeles, CA
Title Lead Developer / PHP Ninja
Summary

Us:
We're Tubefilter, a Los Angeles based startup in the IPTV space. We're building something '" but we can't tell you what it is unless you apply. So send us your resume already.

You:
Ninja Coder

Your Primary Skills:
PHP, MySQL, Ninja like ability to build and deploy awesome applications online

Your Secondary Skills/Interests/Passing Familiarities:

  • (a mix of some of the following would be nice, with stuff at the
  • beginning of the list being most important)
  • Python/Django, Ruby on Rails, front-end development, Information
  • architecture, wire-framing, mobile platform development, C/C++

Absolutely Required Knowledge:

    Expert in PHP and MySQL Databases
  • LAMP Platform Expert
  • Subversion (SVN)
  • Expert in HTTP, SSL, DNS, TCP/IP, XML, JSON, and RSS
  • Experience building and deploying on Facebook, MySpace, and OpenSocial platforms
  • Experience building Internet-scale distributed server systems and delivering them into a 24-7, high-availability production environment.
  • Experience in Design Patterns, Object Oriented Design and Programming, Software Development life cycle process and procedures.

Not required but a bonus: Passion for server administration

We don't care about school. Your technical ability and experience is all that counts around here.

Must:

  • Like to SCRUM.
  • Be curious.
  • Love the startup environment.
  • Code elegantly.
  • Work well in a team environment.
  • Be capable of working independently on dev but work together with rest of team on overall strategy and features.
  • Like waffles (we make them together every morning) and Wii.

What you should send us:
Links to web apps you have built (and your CV). If you don't have any, send us your resume and a good idea of why you will help us build a web application. Send us a list of the blogs you read, your top three favorite web shows, and some links that demonstrate your social media footprint.

Salary Range: Negotiable, based on experience.
Permits: GreenCard or other US Work permit needed

For more info contact jobs@tubefilter.tv

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