[UPHPU] Re: PHP approach
schmuhl at minglematch.com
Fri Oct 22 13:33:56 MDT 2004
Indulge we must... but for the purpose of education and to shamlessly
plug uphpu (sic): The Utah PHP Users Group (http://www.uphpu.org) is
nothing like what you describe. The answers provided by intelligent and
resposible communities (like plug and uphpu) are typically very helpfull
and full of insight and experience. I don't search the web for any
programming questions, and I wouldn't reccommend it to anyone interested
in developing (read: not copy/paste-ing code).
The picture of PHP that you have painted, while real to you and those
that you may know, is nothing like what Mr. Schroeder, Mr. Torrie and I
>For example, if I go into comp.lang.perl.misc (that's a newsgroup, folks)
>and ask a question about doing a global regular expression search and
>replace of some kind, I'll get several well though-out responses including
>some that include optimized code and explanations of the pros and cons of
>Contrast that to asking the same type of question on a PHP web forum. Sure,
>there _might_ be a couple of really well-informed answers, but by and
>large, most answers would be of the "this is what I did and it worked, but
>I don't know why."
>Again, thanks for your kind indulgence.
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