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South Walton Fire District Seeks PHP Porgrammer/Network Admin (Santa Rosa Beach, FL)
October 11, 2006 @ 12:29:00

Company South Walton Fire District
Location Santa Rosa Beach, Florida
Title PHP Programmer / Network Administrator
Summary Full-time position, Excellent benefits. Two years experience in the following: Object Oriented Programming in PHP/MySQL, Unix/Linux type OS (prefer Mac OS X), Windows 2000 Server, MS SQL Server, Windows XP, Wireless Networking, WAN/LAN/VPN set-up/maintenance. Submit resume to SWFD, PO Box 1226, Santa Rosa Beach, FL 32459 / Attn: Executive Assistant or email to dbrown at swfd dot org
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Upcoming.org Seeks Senior Engineer, PHP (Santa Clara, CA)
October 02, 2006 @ 08:07:00

Company Upcoming.org
Location Santa Clara, CA
Title Senior Engineer, PHP
Summary This position focuses on Upcoming's core functionality and application logic, mostly developed in PHP and mostly expressed through the user interface and our application programming interfaces. You'd be working on extending and maintaining Upcoming's capabilities and features, streamlining and re-factoring the current system, integrations with Yahoo! and partner technologies and a whole lot of interface logic (whether for users or apps).
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Mike Naberezny's Blog:
PHP Secret Santa
December 16, 2005 @ 07:40:48

In the spirit of the holiday, Mike Naberezny has his own take on the whole "simplicity" and "clean code" arguments between the different camps (PHP/Python/Ruby) and gives an example of a simple way PHP can handle your Secret Santa needs.

Today, I ran across Ruby Secret Santa. I couldn't help but think to myself, "That's sort of nice looking but wow, for a little thing like Secret Santa, how much overkill is that?" Here's the same thing in PHP, minus the database fetch (add it in two lines).

That's less than half the code. I think this is a fair comparison because it directly compares PHP to Ruby, without any "frameworks" or other middleware in between. Which one do you think is extremely simple?

I like how he puts it as well:

I think that Rails is a phenomenal tool, but it's tooling '" not a language. I am sure that great tools will come for PHP as well, and that PHP itself will always be a language that is both highly productive and high performance. Do you Yahoo!?

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