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Professional PHP Blog:
php|architect Test Pattern
March 22, 2006 @ 06:53:09

The Professional PHP blog has this post today with a highlight of an article in the latest issue of php|architect magazine. Specifically, he (Jeff Moore) mentions taking on the duties of the "Test Pattern" column from the previous author, Marcus Baker.

This month's column takes on the topic of organizing code. I wanted to convey some of the fundamental principles underlying the object oriented paradigm, but in a way that goes beyond objects. In the mid 90's, I had what I consider a major professional epiphany when I finally understood object oriented programming. This month's column is my best attempt to concisely explain the heart of that epiphany.

To check out this latest issue, head over to the php|architect site and order your copy today.

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