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New Relic Blog:
25 PHP Developers to Follow Online
May 14, 2014 @ 09:14:55

On the New Relic blog today there's a new list posted of the 25 PHP developers they suggest you follow, both on Twitter and via their code contributions.

Building PHP frameworks is hard, but following these PHP source and framework committers on Twitter is easy. You'll learn lots of interesting bits about what's happening in their respective communities, and if you want to see where the PHP and PHP framework communities are going next, just watch your feed for these folks.

Included in their list are PHP notables like:

Check out the full post for the rest of the list!

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Link: http://blog.newrelic.com/2014/05/02/25-php-developers-follow-online/

Brandon Savage:
Best PHP Blogs To Follow
February 19, 2013 @ 11:51:17

Brandon Savage has posted a list of blogs he suggests following for those interested in the PHP community including (disclaimer) PHPDeveloper.org itself.

A lot of people, especially when starting out in PHP, ask me "what blogs should I read?" There are a lot of great PHP blogs (you can see a nearly complete list of them at Planet PHP) but there are a few that I read on a regular basis and I feel are important.

His list includes PHP community members like Matthew Weier O'Phinney, Chris Hartjes, Anthony Ferrara and the PHPMaster.com site from SitePoint. Check out the full list for more great blogs.

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Zend Developer Zone:
PHP Community on Twitter
May 02, 2008 @ 14:08:32

Cal Evans has posted a list of all of the Twitter-ers (?) out there in the PHP community and links to their pages.

The PHP community has an active twitter presence. If you use twitter, come and join us. Here I've listed all of the community memeber's accounts that I have and that have given me permission to.

Scroll on down the list, see who you haven't already added and check out their Twitter page - then following is just a click away!

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Site News:
Come Follow Us! (on Twitter)
January 28, 2008 @ 13:58:00

Just a quick note to all of you Twitter-ers out there - we've added our own account you can follow if you'd like to get the latest PHPDeveloper.org news straight to your client (or cellphone):

Just head over to the Twitter site and follow phpdeveloper to get the latest updates. It uses the Twitter Feed website to pull our feed in and push it out, so you'll get the latest updates as they come out.

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Zend Developer Zone's Blog:
TwitterFun for TwitterFans and PHP Abstract Listeners!
December 17, 2007 @ 08:40:00

The Zend Developer Zone has launched a new feature for their PHP Abstract podcasts to help make giving feedback on the episodes even simpler (especially on mobile devices) - a TwitterBridge.

We know many people listen to PHP Abstract on their cell phones or mobile music device. Many of you aren't near a computer when you listen. Even so, we want to hear from you about the episodes. So we've installed our handy new TwitterBridge. Now, all you need to leave a comment about an episode of PHP Abstract is a twitter account.

You'll need a Twitter account (obviously) and then set it up to follow phpa, then any comments that are sent starting with "@phpa" will be grabbed and pushed into the comment system automatically.

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