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David Coallier's Blog:
PHP Namespaces, how do YOU use them?
December 08, 2008 @ 08:47:34

In his latest post David Coallier asks the PHP community how they use namespaces (to be included in the upcoming PHP 5.3 release):

Quick and simple question to the community. Before asking it, I'd like to remind you that this is not a bashing contest nor a competition to say why you don't like the namespaces implementation. What I would like to ask you all today is, how do you use them? File structures, Directory Structures, Naming Conventions you use, or even, have you used them at all? Are you planning on using them? If yes, why? If no, why?

Comments on the post range from an idea of "libraries" of code out to complaints on the operator chosen and others pushing them aside and not using them at all.

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Des Traynor's Blog:
I hated php back when it was cool
February 23, 2006 @ 07:26:24

Des Traynor shares some of his opinions on PHP in his latest blog post - "I hated php back when it was cool".

This is a short smug entry, written in the "Yeah, well I liked them before they even had a record deal" style associated with trend snobs. Except in this case, its the opposite, I am claiming that I hated something back when it was cool. Thanks to blogging my opinion earlier, I even have proof! PHP should stand for Pretty Huge Problem.

He mentions some of the rants, langauge switchers, and general complaints that have come up about PHP, including the combination of code and HTML, the "safe mode" feature, and PHP's "battered on" nature of development. He also goes off a bit on the (inevitable) backlash that Rails and Ajax will see in the future, and wonders how far off it will be.

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