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Study PHP with phpflashcards.com
February 01, 2006 @ 07:38:50

Via this post on Digg.com, there's a "PHP Flash Card" application that someone's created using a bit of Ajax to make it all work.

Here's a simple site I created for helping PHP programmers old and new study for certification exams or to simply hone their skills. It has wiki-like features so that users can submit and edit questions and answers.

The site offers a pretty simple interface, but it works that way - too much more and it wouldn't be as attractive. So, head on over and test out your PHP knowledge and maybe even submit some questions of your own...

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