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DeveloperDrive.com:
Common Mistakes to Avoid When Coding in PHP
October 19, 2011 @ 09:17:59

On the DeveloperDrive.com site today, there's a new post with a few reminders for PHP developers out there of things it's easy to forget when writing your applications - some common mistakes to avoid.

Despite the high expectations placed on them at times, developers are human. They were the last time we checked anyways. As humans, we are bound to make mistakes from time to time. And simple, common mistakes often slip past our filters the more comfortable we become with something. [...] But knowing what these common mistakes are and how to avoid them can really help speed up the development process and keep our clients smiling.

His list includes three big ones that, if forgotten, could end up being detrimental to your application (sooner or later) - poor housekeeping/organization of code, forgetting punctuation and forgetting to validate input from users.

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