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[nycphp-talk] Advice on OOP & Frameworks

Mitch Pirtle mitch.pirtle at gmail.com
Tue Aug 25 11:09:09 EDT 2009


Ok, now I gotta pimp a book. Pragmatic Thinking and Learning, by
Pragmatic Publishers:

http://www.pragprog.com/titles/ahptl/pragmatic-thinking-and-learning

They mention the Dreyfus model of competence levels, which is an
awesome read in itself. I encourage everyone to read this book, it
will certainly change the way you think, the way you assess your own
skills, and evaluate others.

I'd consider that an awesome start.

-- Mitch

On Tue, Aug 25, 2009 at 10:59 AM, Hall, Leam<lhall at smartronix.com> wrote:
> 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?
>
> Leam
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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?
>
> Bev
>
>
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