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Scott Johnson's Blog:
Podcast PHP Theory 1
August 08, 2006 @ 12:22:35

Scott Johnson has created and posted another in his podcast series today, this time, he looks not at the development side of PHP - the actual code - but at the theory behind its development and best practices.

At the request of a listener to past podcasts, Scott created this one to share some of his experiences and findings along the path of his develoopment. Some of the items covered in the podcast include:

  • package and library management
  • naming conventions
  • the seperation of UI and business logic
  • code distribution
  • using test harnesses

You can download the MP3 of the podcast directly from here.

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