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Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide: a php[architect] guide Paperback – February 6, 2015
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Study both procedural and object oriented programing in PHP before reading this book. This book touches all subjects areas that are on the test. It does not teach subject areas. Just a quick overview of them. Start off with a really good manual that explains the material in depth. I was able to get through this book because I have a fairly good working knowledge of procedural PHP and have some exposure to object oriented PHP. The organization of the book is confusing. The authors mix procedural programming with object oriented programming throughout the book with no warning in advance. At least PHP.net tells which code is procedural and which is object oriented. Then in chapter 9 object oriented PHP is introduced. It should have been introduced before they started mixing it in with the code. Even though I worked through all the code in the OOP chapters I still barely understand it. I already ordered an advanced PHP/OOP manual to really learn it well. As I studied this book I sat at the computer with php.net opened and looked up as much as I could to gain a really good understanding of the concepts. Dont attempt this manual unless you know PHP fairly well already. The authors could stand to explain the concepts a little better in future editions of this manual.