re: How To Become A Developer -- Part 1: Coding Skills VIEW POST

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No love for PHP?
It still runs a ton of the web, and lots of jobs. And the language has grown greatly in the last many years, it's quite complete, powerful, easy to use, cheap web hosts, tons of tooling, packages, tools, etc. And I dare say, is easy to get into, not unlike JS itself, or even Python.

Anyway, no big deal, but it shouldn't be ignored, considering how prevalent it is.

 

Certainly not ignoring it, I've just never used it. ;-)

But then, haven't used a couple of the other languages I mentioned, but I've seen them in use in passing. I only have come close to one PHP project that I know of, so it just never came to mind.

Lord knows, I've got nothing against PHP in any case.

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