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Zend Developer Zone:
Monday's Inspirational Moment (ok, hour)
May 10, 2011 @ 12:55:27

On the Zend Developer Zone today Cal Evans points out a podcast he thinks the software developers out there should give a listen to - SitePoint's latest "Six Pixels of Seperation" episode, How to Get Serious About Your Creativity.

The interview with Steven was Episode #251 of Six Pixels, "How to Get Serious About Your Creativity". I really enjoyed the episode and since creativity is a big part of software development, I think you will too.

As with most podcasts, you can either listen to the episode via an in-page player or you can download the mp3 to listen at your convenience.

tagged: recommendation podcast sitepoint sixpixels serious creativity

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Jaybill McCarthy's Blog:
10 PHP Myths Dispelled
Jan 04, 2008 @ 14:17:00

As mentioned on the Zend Developer Zone, Jaybill McCarthy has written up a Blog post about ten of the PHP myths that are common on the web and the facts that dismiss them.

I am a PHP developer. Maybe even a halfway decent one. As such, I often find myself engaged in conversations on the subject of web application development in general and PHP in particular. I am continually flustered by the myths, half-truths and outright falsehoods that technical and non-technical people alike hold about this humble programming language.

Some of the points included in his "top ten" list are things like "PHP Encourages Sloppy Code", "PHP is slow because it’s interpreted" and "PHP apps all look the same".

tagged: myth dispell oop sloppy mvc interpreted ide debugger serious application myth dispell oop sloppy mvc interpreted ide debugger serious application

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Jaybill McCarthy's Blog:
10 PHP Myths Dispelled
Jan 04, 2008 @ 14:17:00

As mentioned on the Zend Developer Zone, Jaybill McCarthy has written up a Blog post about ten of the PHP myths that are common on the web and the facts that dismiss them.

I am a PHP developer. Maybe even a halfway decent one. As such, I often find myself engaged in conversations on the subject of web application development in general and PHP in particular. I am continually flustered by the myths, half-truths and outright falsehoods that technical and non-technical people alike hold about this humble programming language.

Some of the points included in his "top ten" list are things like "PHP Encourages Sloppy Code", "PHP is slow because it’s interpreted" and "PHP apps all look the same".

tagged: myth dispell oop sloppy mvc interpreted ide debugger serious application myth dispell oop sloppy mvc interpreted ide debugger serious application

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