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[nycphp-talk] Non-Profit and Major Corporate PHP Users List

Greg Rundlett greg.rundlett at gmail.com
Fri Jan 30 21:32:22 EST 2009


2009/1/30 Anthony Wlodarski <anthony at thrillist.com>

>  Can't really speak on who is using it but can point you to the whitepaper
> which might have some company names in it:
>
> *http://short.ie/php-whitepaper*
>

The whitepaper does name names, and makes a good "executive" case for PHP as
__the__ enterprise language that runs the Internet.  It was and still is the
P in LAMP (and friendly with Perl and Python).  LAMP is the predominant
platform.  Java and .Net are other platforms but don't have the same
advantages in the web space.

> * <http://short.ie/php-whitepaper>*
>
> -Anthony
> --
> Anthony Wlodarski
> www.thrillist.com <http://www.thrillist.com>
> Web Applications Developer
> 568 Broadway Ste. 605
> New York, NY, 10012
> (o) 646.786.1944
>
>
> ------------------------------
> *From: *Peter Sawczynec <ps at blu-studio.com>
> *Reply-To: *NYPHP Talk <talk at lists.nyphp.org>
> *Date: *Fri, 30 Jan 2009 15:53:50 -0800
> *To: *"Org, Talk at Nyphp." <talk at lists.nyphp.org>
> *Subject: *[nycphp-talk] Non-Profit and Major Corporate PHP Users List
>
> I am making a pitch on Mon Feb 2, 2009 to a non-profit to convert their
> entire web site to LAMP.
>
> Can anyone tell me a couple of company names, non-profit or major corp.,
> who are PHP users right now.
>
> When I look up PHP usage on the Internet, the results and stats often
> appear stale.
>
> Can anyone spare a few current co. names?
>
> Warmest regards,
>
> Peter Sawczynec
> Technology Dir.
> bl?studio
> 941.893.0396
> ps at blu-studio.com
> www.blu-studio.com
>
>
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