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#1: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 15:53:59 by Rakesh Mishra

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Hi All,

I am PHP 4 & PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year also got Zend
certification.
Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome , horse
racing domains.

But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I can
do with PHP ?

Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value with PHP 5 is getting
saturated.
Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me to
keep my lust for PHP alive
and also boost my career.

Regards
Rakesh

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#2: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 16:03:02 by daniel.brown

On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 09:53, Rakesh Mishra <rakesh.mishra@gmail.com> wrote=
:
>
> Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value =A0with PHP 5 is ge=
tting
> saturated.
> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me=
to
> keep my lust for PHP alive
> and also boost my career.

Write desktop applications: http://gtk.php.net/ .

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#3: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 16:07:38 by huixinchen

On 10/08/2010 22:06, æ æ°宸 wrote:
> test,
> i can't send mail to lists?
>
> thanks
> On 10/08/2010 22:02, æ æ°宸 wrote:
>> Hi:
>> 1. you can be a Software Architect
>> 2. you can abstract common requirements, developed php extension.
>>
>> thanks.

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#4: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 16:10:27 by Paul M Foster

On Fri, Oct 08, 2010 at 07:23:59PM +0530, Rakesh Mishra wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> I am PHP 4 & PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year also got Zend
> certification.
> Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome , horse
> racing domains.
>
> But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I can
> do with PHP ?
>
> Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value with PHP 5 is getting
> saturated.
> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me to
> keep my lust for PHP alive
> and also boost my career.

There are a variety of major projects which use PHP as their primary
language. Like WordPress. See freshmeat.net and sourceforge.net for
projects written in PHP. You could contribute to these projects, and
increase your knowledge and prestige.

Paul

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#5: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 16:58:13 by Richard Quadling

On 8 October 2010 14:53, Rakesh Mishra <rakesh.mishra@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I àam PHP 4 & PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year àalso g=
ot Zend
> certification.
> Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome , hor=
se
> racing domains.
>
> But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I ca=
n
> do with PHP ?
>
> Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value àwith PHP 5 is=
getting
> saturated.
> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me=
to
> keep my lust for PHP alive
> and also boost my career.
>
> Regards
> Rakesh
>

I'm building Windows Services (not Web Services) with PHP and an
enhanced pecl/win32service extension, in conjunction with
WScript.Shell to simulate threading and and WinCache for
inter-processing comms.

OK. It is a daft thing to do. But it is working and is replacing a
bunch of console apps written in .BAT with some .EXEs. The SysOps are
happier as it is just a normal windows services (so they can
stop/start/pause it). Shutdown/bootup server - all OK.


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#6: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-08 17:01:14 by Nathan Rixham

Rakesh Mishra wrote:
> Hi All,
>
> I am PHP 4 & PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year also got Zend
> certification.
> Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome , horse
> racing domains.
>
> But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I can
> do with PHP ?
>
> Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value with PHP 5 is getting
> saturated.
> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me to
> keep my lust for PHP alive
> and also boost my career.

I suggest you concentrate less on the language and more on:
- interesting / challenging projects
- using PHP with other new interesting technologies
- applying design / programming paradigms from other languages in PHP
- contributing to PHP internals

Status.net, GNU Social, DISO Project, lorea.cc and elgg all occupy a
rather interesting project space with small but inspiring communities of
people who like to push technical boundaries and merge technologies,
particularly within the social space.

http://www.ushahidi.com/platform is a thriving project which combines
technical excellence and forward thinking with real world large scale
community needs, being critical in several major world events, even if
you don't get involved, their code bases for ushahidi + related on
http://github.com/ushahidi is brilliant, likewise the swiftriver project
http://swift.ushahidi.com/ doesn't look much on the face of it but is
really good - just check out the SwiftRiver Research at the right.

There are many interesting protocol based communities who often
implement in PHP, and these can be rather interesting / challenging and
active spaces - ActivityStreams, Salmon-Protocol, OneSocialWeb to name
just a few.

On the technology side of things, you may want to consider going down
the NoSQL route for a while, http://nosql-database.org/ gives a good
summary of database - I'd recommend CouchDB, MongoDB and Redis for a
nice well supported start that will introduce you to new design
paradigms and bring many performance increases to your applications.

Alternatively you may find it refreshing to try some other languages,
perhaps a functional language like Scala, OCaml or Haskell, or maybe in
to a very active language such as ECMAScript (server side js) via
something like http://node.js/ you may just find that you don't want to
use PHP any more, or you may find that you want to apply the paradigms
and lessons learned to PHP using the new features in 5.3

Hope that helps a little, I'll stop here because I could list projects
till the end of time!

Many Regards

Nathan

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#7: Re: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-09 03:22:08 by amoiz.shine

how about woking on open source projects?

Best regards,
Sharl.Jimh.Tsin (From China)



2010/10/8 Nathan Rixham <nrixham@gmail.com>:
> Rakesh Mishra wrote:
>>
>> Hi All,
>>
>> I àam PHP 4 & PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year àalso =
got Zend
>> certification.
>> Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome ,
>> horse
>> racing domains.
>>
>> But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I c=
an
>> do with PHP ?
>>
>> Even I believe my knowledge, interest, & market value àwith PHP 5 i=
s
>> getting
>> saturated.
>> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help m=
e
>> to
>> keep my lust for PHP alive
>> and also boost my career.
>
> I suggest you concentrate less on the language and more on:
> à- interesting / challenging projects
> à- using PHP with other new interesting technologies
> à- applying design / programming paradigms from other languages in P=
HP
> à- contributing to PHP internals
>
> Status.net, GNU Social, DISO Project, lorea.cc and elgg all occupy a rath=
er
> interesting project space with small but inspiring communities of people =
who
> like to push technical boundaries and merge technologies, particularly
> within the social space.
>
> http://www.ushahidi.com/platform is a thriving project which combines
> technical excellence and forward thinking with real world large scale
> community needs, being critical in several major world events, even if yo=
u
> don't get involved, their code bases for ushahidi + related on
> http://github.com/ushahidi is brilliant, likewise the swiftriver project
> http://swift.ushahidi.com/ doesn't look much on the face of it but is rea=
lly
> good - just check out the SwiftRiver Research at the right.
>
> There are many interesting protocol based communities who often implement=
in
> PHP, and these can be rather interesting / challenging and active spaces =
-
> ActivityStreams, Salmon-Protocol, OneSocialWeb to name just a few.
>
> On the technology side of things, you may want to consider going down the
> NoSQL route for a while, http://nosql-database.org/ gives a good summary =
of
> database - I'd recommend CouchDB, MongoDB and Redis for a nice well
> supported start that will introduce you to new design paradigms and bring
> many performance increases to your applications.
>
> Alternatively you may find it refreshing to try some other languages,
> perhaps a functional language like Scala, OCaml or Haskell, or maybe in t=
o a
> very active language such as ECMAScript (server side js) via something li=
ke
> http://node.js/ you may just find that you don't want to use PHP any more=
,
> or you may find that you want to apply the paradigms and lessons learned =
to
> PHP using the new features in 5.3
>
> Hope that helps a little, I'll stop here because I could list projects ti=
ll
> the end of time!
>
> Many Regards
>
> Nathan
>
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#8: Re: Re: php5 - website development - what next

Posted on 2010-10-09 03:57:42 by huixinchen

Hi:
good idea.
I need assistance.
lol, http://code.google.com/p/yafphp/


On 10/09/2010 09:22, Sharl.Jimh.Tsin wrote:
> how about woking on open source projects?
>
> Best regards,
> Sharl.Jimh.Tsin (From China)
>
>
>
> 2010/10/8 Nathan Rixham<nrixham@gmail.com>:
>> Rakesh Mishra wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> I am PHP 4& PHP 5 developer for last 6 yrs. Last year also got Zend
>>> certification.
>>> Since now I have work on different CMS, Social Networking, telecome ,
>>> horse
>>> racing domains.
>>>
>>> But now I am little bored with developing website. What other things I can
>>> do with PHP ?
>>>
>>> Even I believe my knowledge, interest,& market value with PHP 5 is
>>> getting
>>> saturated.
>>> Do you guys suggest me what other thing I can learn or work which help me
>>> to
>>> keep my lust for PHP alive
>>> and also boost my career.
>> I suggest you concentrate less on the language and more on:
>> - interesting / challenging projects
>> - using PHP with other new interesting technologies
>> - applying design / programming paradigms from other languages in PHP
>> - contributing to PHP internals
>>
>> Status.net, GNU Social, DISO Project, lorea.cc and elgg all occupy a rather
>> interesting project space with small but inspiring communities of people who
>> like to push technical boundaries and merge technologies, particularly
>> within the social space.
>>
>> http://www.ushahidi.com/platform is a thriving project which combines
>> technical excellence and forward thinking with real world large scale
>> community needs, being critical in several major world events, even if you
>> don't get involved, their code bases for ushahidi + related on
>> http://github.com/ushahidi is brilliant, likewise the swiftriver project
>> http://swift.ushahidi.com/ doesn't look much on the face of it but is really
>> good - just check out the SwiftRiver Research at the right.
>>
>> There are many interesting protocol based communities who often implement in
>> PHP, and these can be rather interesting / challenging and active spaces -
>> ActivityStreams, Salmon-Protocol, OneSocialWeb to name just a few.
>>
>> On the technology side of things, you may want to consider going down the
>> NoSQL route for a while, http://nosql-database.org/ gives a good summary of
>> database - I'd recommend CouchDB, MongoDB and Redis for a nice well
>> supported start that will introduce you to new design paradigms and bring
>> many performance increases to your applications.
>>
>> Alternatively you may find it refreshing to try some other languages,
>> perhaps a functional language like Scala, OCaml or Haskell, or maybe in to a
>> very active language such as ECMAScript (server side js) via something like
>> http://node.js/ you may just find that you don't want to use PHP any more,
>> or you may find that you want to apply the paradigms and lessons learned to
>> PHP using the new features in 5.3
>>
>> Hope that helps a little, I'll stop here because I could list projects till
>> the end of time!
>>
>> Many Regards
>>
>> Nathan
>>
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