PHP Specialist (2017 Edition)
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This completes it…
PHP is the stepping stone to your first professional development gigs
PHP is the most popular back end language on the web.
Companies like Facebook and Tumblr use PHP as their primary back end coding language. It’s in universal demands, and, as a new developer you’re expected to know you’re way around the front end and the back end. That’s where PHP comes in.
FACT: With PHP knowledge you’ll be able to complete more advanced projects and be more employable.
People ask all the time: What’s the best past to becoming a professional developer?
With PHP, developers:
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Michel Arcato –
super easy to understand and good English!!
Herman Russell –
Clear and precise style of delivery.
Jose Salazar –
Extremely clear and easy to digest!
Kelvin Nunn –
good course with well explained tutorial. as already mentioned though would be better if video placement was away from code and course material was available .
John S Thompson –
Mark’s easy going, you can learn this, nature makes the course enjoyable so far. I’m really looking forward to learning more.
Catalina Strava –
very good course, hands on. but is requires previous syntax & html knowledge
Robert Pendergrast –
He does a very good job of explaining PHP functions with good examples.
Bernard DeLuca –
I enjoyed this course very much! Each lesson was focused and to the point, with concepts being clearly explained. I have a better understanding of the content now, and I’m glad I took this course! I recommend it.
Todd Casey –
Yay! Thank you. This course is so far very organized, thorough, and starts with first things first: 1 Getting and setting up a good editor which is free 2 Getting and setting up a good software, which is free, for running php on pc or mac
Thibaut LOMBARD –
Waheeb Qatina –
I like too much the language and explanation of the instructor,
Josh Ballard –
The content was good, but when I read the word specialist, I expected a bit more depth. However, it was a solid grounding in PHP.
Brian Durfee –
This course teaches anyone, even an absolute beginner, how to program with HTML5. One of the features I like best is that Mark is so systematic with each lesson building on the previous. It is organized well enough that I return every now and then to a lesson or two as a reference. The only lesson that was not complete to me was the one about containers. It covered the basics, but more could have been said about how to use the various container types. However, that is a very small thing compared to how well the course takes you from beginner to programming HTML5. One of the other features of this course that is very useful are the lab exercises. As Mark says, you can’t learn to program without doing it, and the lab exercises give you the opportunity to use what you are learning. I highly recommend this course to anyone wanting to learn HTML5 or who wants to get into web site programming.
Woodhess Saint Amour –
This is a great course for beginners. I would recommend it to anyone.