On Thursday afternoon, I attended Scott Johnson's Software Engineering Practices for Large-Scale PHP Projects talk. His talk was very popular (had to move to the ballroom) and very good. Scott did an excellent job of reminding us all that just because PHP is easy to code, we shouldn't take shortcuts and forget everything that software engineering stands for.

Much of the advice was very practical and often backed up with real-world examples to illustrate some of his points. Give the talk a look.

Posted by jzawodn at October 28, 2002 03:17 PM

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