[nycphp-talk] Advice on OOP & Frameworks
lhall at smartronix.com
Tue Aug 25 10:59:21 EDT 2009
Some years ago I took the SAGE list for systems administrators as a set of goals. It broke down what sorts of things you should be able to do as a beginner, intermediate, and advanced sysadmin. Not everyone does their best with a structure but I certainly do.
Main things are what sorts of things folks should be able to do at what levels. The "Apprentice", "Journeyman", and "Master" levels work for lots of things, but what would each person need to be able to do?
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Leam Hall wrote:
> Anyone up for drafting a "Recommended Learning Program" for PHP?
That sounds like a great idea, Leam. I'd be willing to work on it to the
degree that my current knowledge permits (since most of my stumbles are
still fresh in my mind).
Maybe we can start a new thread about that, or talk with the more
experienced members of the group at the upcoming conference?
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