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Best resources to learn PHP?

Discussion in 'PHP & Perl' started by Wooten, Jul 11, 2019.

  1. PHPInjected

    PHPInjected Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm just asking if you're being purposely ignorant to things or if that's sarcasm.

    Consider searching on Linkedin and Indeed for programming jobs. Also, MANY forums have Hire A Freelancer threads for programmers.

    Also:

    1. Make a bot, sell it.
    2. Make a game/app. Sell it/in game currency/ad space.
    3. Create websites. Sell them or products on them.
    4. Create Wordpress plugins.
    5. Freelance jobs.


    I mean, I'm not going to go and dig for jobs for you to make a point. I know they exist and so do you.
     
  2. Yee

    Yee Junior Member

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    Well you actually made my point, you have a hard time to prove your statements even worse they are irrelevant to the question if a person should become PHP programmer or not.

    I mean did you actually read that his goal was to find a job at a company ?
    Still I'm amazed that you think that building a bot, website, games, plugins and jobs will help him find a job at a company and also you think I asked you to prove that companies hire programmers.

     
  3. PHPInjected

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    I’m still amazed that you think I need to prove anything to you that a simple google search would confirm. If you can’t handle a Google search, then you’ve got much bigger problems than an irrelevant opinion on a forum.
     
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    Start any project on PHP to learn it better. Practice and practice.
     
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  6. Yee

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    Haha, chill out man I don't like it when you start talking stuff that is not true, like now you make it seems like I have a problem.
    simply not true, fact
     
  7. PHPInjected

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    Whatever you need to think in order to validate yourself man. Have a good one.
     
  8. malogrido

    malogrido Registered Member

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    For the OP:
    If you are not familiar with coding I would consider learning the basics.
    You should choose a programming language capable of letting you discover as many aspects of programming as possible. I would suggest Python since it is multi-paradigm and cross-platform.
     
  9. Yee

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    Well you're a fast learner!
    Have a good weekend
     
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