Thanks for this - we are heavy PHP users, under Laravel/React and agreed it can be very bad, but good standards, management, and tools allow for very high-quality work with a diverse engineer base to draw from.
Another reason we chose PHP was that all our other tools like Zabbix, SugarCRM, and others were sizable PHP apps, plus a broad base of good & strong frameworks like Laravel, etc.
As a large-scale MSP, we also still have lots of customer doing big systems on PHP. Fair amount of Java, bit of Node.js & Python, but still lots of very large sites in PHP.
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