re: Imposter Syndrome: PHP Edition VIEW POST


I was referring general performance, an example:

But yeah really, as long as your software meets its requirements it's not even an argument. If it were like that everyone would be writing web apps in C++.

Although that won't stop people from loving to hate it. Not saying it's the best language out there, but I remember being pretty horrified by the public bashing before starting my first job with it. I quickly found out that it wasn't even remotely as bad.

And now with PHP7 it's evolved pretty nicely. Though to be fair Laravel helps it a lot.

PHP has really gathered the hate of many people for some reason.

Interestingly enough, a lot of those people have accepted Javascript..

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