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Antony Dovgal's Blog:
PHP Seven Commandments
November 14, 2007 @ 16:08:00

On the lighter side of the language, Antony Dovgal has posted ten commandments that PHP developers should follow including:

  • Thou shalt obey the Release Master.
  • Thou shalt not forget to add comments to thy code, especially if the code is tricky.
  • Thou shalt not fix a bug only in one of the branches unless it did not exist in the others.
  • Thou shalt discuss all new features in internals@.
IMO it's time to make the development process more organized. This is my version of what I would like to see as an official set of rules for PHP community.
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