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Paul Reinheimer's Blog:
IIS7 The Leap of Faith
November 09, 2007 @ 07:52:00

Paul Reiheimer has set a goal for himself in light of some of the recent advancements that Microsoft has made on the PHP front - to create a successful PHP-driven, IIS served website.

In an effort to learn more about IIS (which a number of my students and contracting contacts seem to use), I have decided to challenge myself: To design, build, and launch a PHP based site, and receive at least 1,000 unique visitors a day by Feb 28, 2008, served from an IIS7 server.

Among his assets are a license to use the IIS software and a designer help with the look and feel. He also sets out requirements for the project including a local testing server, the public web host and that PHP has to be used (not something like phlanger).

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