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Paul Hudson, an avid PHP programmer, is Deputy Editor of the popular European Linux journal Linux Format, and author of the publication's PHP tutorial section. He is the author of Fedora 4 Unleashed and of the online book Practical PHP Programming available at http://www.hudzilla.org.
The author's writing style is very easy to embrace, which makes reading this book a breeze.
'PHP in a Nutshell' is a fantastic book for learning the ins and outs of PHP so you will be able to start programming quicker, smarter, and better than ever!
I am Fan of Hudson's writing since the day I saw online version of this book in his website, much before than this book published.
Having a guide of this size on hand, it is very useful for quick reference and consultation in the office. Its content seems appropriate and well treated the subject matter. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pablo Zurita
This book is very informative in my opinion O'Reilly 's collection of In a Nutshell series for any programming language seems to be well written the details on how to work with... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Torrez
After purchasing this book, I found out why I got such a good deal on it. While most of the theory seems to be up to date, much of the code has been deprecated.Published 14 months ago by Andy Stevenson
I have been programming in PHP for about 5 years now. I was looking for a printed reference to the language, essentially a dictionary for PHP, and decided to buy this. Read morePublished on May 24, 2010 by C. Sautot
The book gives cursory introductions to every topic from the now extinct MING (java ImageWriter is currently supported for animated GIFS) to the command line PHP. Read morePublished on January 30, 2010 by GDBF137
Good book, I bought it used and you can see it is but it's in average to good condition.
I'd buy from these people again.
It's not only a quite good reference book, but for the people with a good programming skill it's actually anything you need to learn PHP. Read morePublished on October 7, 2008 by E. Martinez
Regarding the Oct 2005 - First edition. I sure hope O'Reilly hires a better proof-reader, and re-issues this book with some basic corrections, and 100% more attention to the index... Read morePublished on August 7, 2008 by Gary Brophy
The O'Reilly "in a Nuthsell" series is the best reference to standard libraries and language features available. Read morePublished on February 16, 2008 by Daniel W. Ingraham