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Interview With Chris Tankersley Founder Of Northwest Ohio PHP Users Group
January 09, 2012 @ 08:43:27

7php.com has posted a new interview today with Chris Tankersley of the Northwest Ohio PHP Users group. The interview (made up of about 20 questions) talks about everything from what Chris thinks about PHP to some advice to aspiring developers to his framework preference.

In this edition, I talked with Chris Tankersley a Zend PHP 5.3 Certified Engineer who has around 8-9 years programming experience in PHP. I'm impressed with his humbleness. He has not even mentioned his blog where he obviously rambles and grumbles about PHP and his projects. Chris has written a nice article on the PHP | Architect blog where he explains How To Exactly Find Where You Are Using The Yahoo PlaceFinder web service.

Other questions include:

  • What's the best PHP book you've read?
  • What's one PHP project you really appreciate?
  • Recently Microsoft has also started actively to concentrate on PHP, any comments on that?
  • If you had to go back in time, would you still choose PHP?

Check out the full post for the answers!

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