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[nycphp-talk] how did you learn php?

Jake McGraw jmcgraw1 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 15:12:36 EDT 2007


My first experience programming in PHP was writing my own online guest book.
Gets to you used to interfacing with a database (or flat file) and working
with user input. After getting a taste of the syntax, take a gander at
Object Oriented Programming in PHP and the many security issues that crop up
when handling user input. Keep the php.net function list handy and you
should be on your way.

- jake

On 8/27/07, Cliff Hirsch <cliff at pinestream.com> wrote:
>
> On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 11:34:26 -0400, Steve Manes wrote
> > I started programming with 6502 assembler
>
> Wow, the 6502 -- you just revealed your age! That was a great processor.
> If
> we're going to tell stories...
>
> My first computer manual was the original binder for the Altair 8800 --
> still
> have it and the first few issues of Byte :) Bought the manual, but could
> never
> afford the parts. When I was a kid, I would ride my bike to Schweber
> Electronics in Jericho. I would go up to the will call window and say, I'd
> like an AMD 2900 data book please." Since then, I've had therapy.
>
> Cliff
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