[nycphp-talk] Facebook's LAMP Stack
brian at realm3.com
Wed Apr 22 17:18:16 EDT 2009
I know I'm late on this, but I finally got around to watching it and
found it pretty fascinating.
Agarwal mentions how including PHP files has a linear effect on
execution time. He also mentioned that PHP tends to become difficult
to manage when a project becomes really large. One of the ways that
developers tend to organize things would be distributing logic into
different files (most major frameworks are a good example of this) and
when you do that you start to take a performance hit. I wonder how
developers usually overcome that conundrum.
Interesting video, though, thanks for sharing.
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On Sat, Apr 11, 2009 at 5:19 PM, Hans Zaunere <lists at zaunere.com> wrote:
> Interesting presentation:
> A lot of valid pros/cons in my opinion. If the cons can be dealt with, I
> see PHP remaining and growing as the dominant language on the web, both for
> larger and smaller sites.
> Hans Zaunere / Managing Member / New York PHP
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