|What should a PHP developer know? [message #1835522]
||Sat, 05 December 2020 18:30
| daniel oxi
Registered: December 2020
I work with PHP for about 3 years now, and I feel like I'm stagnating as a programmer. I develop sites with Codeigniter and Yii but otherwise I feel I'm doing the same thing over and over again, and I'm afraid that I will be an expert beginner forever.
What I think I should look into: dependency management, design patterns, advanced caching techniques. Are these senior level topics or should I already know these after 3 years?
Can you recommend me other topics to look into as well as resources that I can use? I would also appreciate a good design patterns/ software architecture book that I can use with PHP? Something like a cookbook, that isn't terribly outdated?
The ones I looked into (Gang of four, Head first Design patterns) seemed too Java biased and I couldn't see how I could use these with PHP development.
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