Dagfinn Reiersol has been designing and developing web applications, web content mining software, web programming tools, and text analysis programs, mostly in PHP, since 1997. He also has a long history as a technical writer of software manuals. He lives in Oslo, Norway.
An excellent book for the intermediate programmer working in PHP.
This book stands head and shoulders ABOVE ANYthing I've found to date ... for its pragmatic blend of theory and practice.
The book not only covers what you should do, but it goes into explaining why and how in an easy to understand manner.
I am only 120 pages into this excellent book on effective OO PHP. There is the perfect balance of high level theory, examples, and pragmatic discussion on the pro's & con's of... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Paul
Puts PHP on the map highlighting how it fits the new world of technologies, software engineering trends and XXI century methodologies.Published 9 months ago by Hermann Rosch
I'll start off by saying that I only read half of this book because it just wasn't helpful enough to me for me to finish it. Read morePublished on April 16, 2011 by Mark
An excellent book for the intermediate programmer working in PHP. Good balance of theoretical practice and technical implementations. Read morePublished on September 17, 2010 by Daniel R. Scannell
This book is amazing! It goes far beyond so many of the other PHP books that show you the OOP features in PHP5 along with a few non-real-world examples. Read morePublished on December 12, 2008 by bergstyle
Very good book for intermediate or advanced php developer, I'm very happy with the book.
This is definitely the best book I've read in the programming world. There are some very good PHP books, but this is so far the best. Why? Read morePublished on November 14, 2007 by K. Didriksson