Kevin Yank Introduces his SitePoint Book “PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 5th Ed”

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NEW Book .. here: www.sitepoint.com ” … Just as PHP and MySQL have grown from the young upstarts of the web development world into mature, stable platforms for billion-dollar businesses, this book that I’ve been writing again and again for over a decade has grown up … It’s time to write PHP like the big kids do…” This is how Kevin Yank describes the 5th edition of his just-released SitePoint book “PHP & MYSQL: Novice to Ninja” Watch Kevin as he introduces what you’ll learn, and how he’ll guide you from PHP novice to PHP ninja!
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11 Responses to “Kevin Yank Introduces his SitePoint Book “PHP & MySQL: Novice to Ninja, 5th Ed””

  1. mater makeme Says:

    FUCKER WHO LIKES TO READ YOUR ASSSSSSSSS

  2. HCodeEntertainment Says:

    Yes, the reason people might laugh and say “your one of those!” is because php programmers doesnt have a good reputation when it comes to good clean code. PHP programmers are kinda known for sloppy code because of the old tutorials and resources out there. But that doesnt mean everyone is bad at php. Its just what people think.

  3. PurdueRules15 Says:

    I was in an interview once, and he asked me what programming experience I had. I said PHP, he laughed and said, “Oh, you’re one of those people.”

  4. lucyearl94 Says:

    Thumbs up if this man looks like a talking egg 😛

  5. Zap0calyps3Surv1v0r Says:

    “I’ve also gone a lot deeper into some tricky areas” lol.

  6. HCodeEntertainment Says:

    That is false. PHP is seen as professional for commercial purposes. But some companies prefer certain tools and languages other than another. Some corporates like ASP.net. Many big platform sites (i.e social networks) are built with php, python, java(for some backend stuff), ruby, and now node.js. Remember that not all tools are the right one, sometimes opinion drives the choice but other times it’s picking the right tool. J=

  7. TheHTMLCode Says:

    This looks like a really good book, I read previous editions and picked up a lot of what I know today from it!
    Although I enjoy working in PHP the company I applied for told me I need to re-learn my knowledge in ASP or Pearl – apparently PHP is not seen professional for commercial puproses.

  8. trainmanj Says:

    I have taken PHP Live and gone through previous versions of the book. This is a great resource, I look forward to learning more in this edition soon.

  9. Conceptskatemedia Says:

    It’s great to put a face to the voice! I hope to see you back on the SitePoint podcast soon.

  10. googleboughtmee Says:

    This is a bible. I’ve been through it start to finish on a few different editions now, and always pick up some cool bits I missed or forgot about.

  11. Jugdesi Says:

    Well I never finished a book on php and mysql or ur videos I dont know what I am missing. I have no experience in programming.

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