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Interview with Amit Singh - Organizer of PHPCamp.org
February 27, 2012 @ 08:56:19

On 7php.com today there's another interview with a member of the PHP community posted - Amit Singh, an organizer of the largest Indian Unconference, PHPCamp.org

In this edition, I talked with Amit Kumar Singh The founder of AmiWorks. Amit (@onlyphp) is a very passionate developer and has been the organizer of the Biggest Un-Conference In Pune in 2008. Following this success, he founded PHPCamp.org. He was the guy who coined the famous "Pune Effect" in India. I have been specially enthusiastic with how he makes each of his projects a simple success by just having the mindset of "Experiments Never Fail" and hence do not hesitate at all in experimenting every of your (coding/projects) dreams.

Questions in the interview ask Amit about things like:

  • His history with the PHP language
  • Some of his advice to a beginner
  • What resources (books, blogs, etc) he recommends
  • How he usually debugs his code
  • Where he sees the PHP ecosystem in five years
  • More about his PHPCamp project/conference
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