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Robert Peake's Blog:
Where is PHP Going?
January 02, 2006 @ 07:19:27

Robert Peake has a new post today with a brief look at where PHP has come from and some of his opinions on the future of PHP in 2006.

We saw the release of PHP 5.1, the renaming of the CSV trunk to 6.0 (in attempts to beat Perl to the punch, apparently), massive security concerns raised by applications ranging from phpBB to Mambo, Zend's numerous partnerships and announcement of the Zend framework, great improvements to Pear, more conferences, more enthusiasm, more realization from the enterprise that PHP is where web application development is headed.

So, where is PHP going from here?

He predicts that the increased push Zend is making for the framework will continue to help improve PHP's image, especially with some of the hurdles PHP has to overcome (including security issues and getting past other lingering problems from PHP's past).

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