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Mashable:
10 Intermediate and Advanced Tips from PHP Masters
November 05, 2010 @ 10:55:36

Following up on their tips for PHP beginners they posted a little while back, Mashable has a a new article with a few more advanced tips from the same group.

Well, if you happen to be one of those more seasoned PHP developers, this post is for you. Our expert panel has returned to offer helpful hints and suggestions for those of you who have long since passed the "beginner" milestone and are on your way to becoming true masters of the art and science of PHP. Feel free to ask questions and leave your own suggestions in the comments - the lovely people we interviewed in this post are quite likely to pop in and reply to you directly.

Tips included in this article are things like:

  • Stay Current
  • Interact With Others' Code
  • Ask Questions
  • Keep It Simple
  • Maintain Your Code
  • Work With Others

Notice a trend? Working with others outside of your own development bubble can really help not only your development skills but can also provide you with a good way to give back to the community.

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