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SitePoint PHP Blog:
A PHP from the Future
August 20, 2013 @ 11:27:12

On the SitePoint PHP blog Timothy Boronczyk has a new post trying to predict the future of PHP and where the language might be heading:

As developers, we find ourselves living in exciting times. With increasing attention paid to online activities, we're working with larger data sets (even "big data"); scalability and connectivity are more important than ever before; the very nature of privacy is being re-examined. But quietly, in the shadow of all of this, sits perhaps a more pragmatic question. How will PHP change and grow to enable us to build the future, whatever it may hold?

Among the things he proposes are ideas about future versions with double-digit minor release numbers, less frameworks and more meta-frameworks, the introduction of lots of new extensions and the adaptation and positive outlook for a thriving, constantly improving web-centric language.

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Link: http://www.sitepoint.com/a-php-from-the-future

Job Posting:
Grow LLC Seeks Senior LAMP Developer (New York, NY)
September 21, 2010 @ 21:01:38

Company Grow LLC
Location New York, NY
Title Senior LAMP developer
Summary

Healthcare company based in New York City is looking to fill a Senior PHP Developer Position. They are seeking a Senior PHP Developer with a good reputation and ideally 5 years of experience building commercial, enterprise PHP and MySQL web applications in a production LAMP environment to join their team.

You will join a team working to launch many anticipated product releases to commercialization, deliver complex web software products, and build software applications.

This is an on-site permanent position, based in midtown Manhattan.

For serious consideration please submit your resume and a portfolio link please.

Requirements:

  • 5+ years professional experience in object oriented PHP5 and MySQL application development
  • A B.S. in computer science or related discipline, more advanced technical degree preferred
  • Expertise in building applications using PHP5, MySQL, SQL, MVC, and AJAX
  • Must be comfortable with object oriented programming concepts and principles and building Zend Framework applications
  • Extensive experience with MySQL
  • In-depth knowledge of software engineering processes
  • Ability to learn quickly and take ownership of tasks, process, and products
  • Excellent communication (written and verbal), time management, troubleshooting, analytical, and interpersonal skills
  • Positive, enthusiastic, energetic, detail oriented, and self-motivated
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member in a dynamic work environment
  • Team player who thrives in a start-up environment is a MUST
  • Must be authorized to work in the US

Preferred Skills:

  • Zend Framework Experience
  • Proficiency in LAMP environment

For more Information or to submit your resume for consideration contact Tyler Lim at tyler.lim@growstaffing.com

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Elizabeth Naramore's Blog:
Growing Online Communities Naturally
April 20, 2009 @ 10:24:07

In this recent post to her blog Elizabeth Naramore looks at something some development (and really any type) of community struggles with - growing their number of active, engaged members.

From my experience, one key to a successful online community is the sort of magic that happens between community members that keeps it vibrant and growing. You can't force that kind of magic, and you can't clone it. It just happens.

She points out just a few of the resources you and your groups can use to help get others involved including wikis, mailing lists, IRC channels (I hear Freenode is nice) and twitter. She also gives specific examples of PHP-related community resources she's involved in like the PHPBuilder.com forums, her local PHP user group and the PHPWomen group.

What makes a community tick? [...] I'm no psychologist, but I can offer up a few words of advice for those struggling to grow their community or find that magic. Lay all your cards out on the table and see which ones gather momentum. [...] Let the group grow naturally and remember the complexity of the group dynamics is what dictates how the group will gel, not the leader.
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