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Re: [vox] Improving Programming Skills

Gandalf Parker wrote:
> On Thu, 30 Aug 2007, Richard S. Crawford wrote:
>> I'm a pretty decent PHP programmer; about 90% of my job consists of
>> So does anyone have any suggestions for how I can bring my PHP
>> programming
>> skills up to the next level?  Almost all of the books I've looked at and
> It sounds like you might be looking for PHP + XXXXXX?
> But that might be my own prejudice (Ive always been against hiring an
> expert in one thing over someone who has good basis in multiples).
> If so, then what comes to my mind are things like SQL, XML, Graphics (down
> to things like the guts of formats and how to manipulate them).

Well, certainly PHP + Linux Administration would be something to consider.
 And definitely XML, since that's an area we'll be moving into as well. 
Thanks for the tip.

> ImageMagick is a really big area with lots of possibilities. Lots of big
> name sites are using it for very fancy purposes but arent sharing the info
> much so it tends to need a heavy understanding of prgoramming and graphics
> together to do anything.
> If, on the other hand, you were looking specifically for things along
> "PHP: from Expert moving up to Guru" then Im afraid that I have nothing.
> Gandalf  Parker
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