Posts Tagged ‘phparch’

This weekend I was at the Pinkpop Festival enjoying bands such as Metallica and Rage Against the Machine, when I received a tweet from Marco Tabini announcing that the book I have been working on, "php|architect's Guide to Enterprise PHP Development", is about to be published and can now be pre-ordered! I've been working on the book for quite a while and it's nice that it's finally being released now.

In the book I talk about the entire development lifecycle of PHP projects, from preparations such as building a team, gathering requirements, creating an architecture, all the way through implementation to delivery, operations and maintenance. It is intended to help improve every step of a PHP development project.

Release dates for the book are June 12 for the PDF version and June 26 for the print version.

Along with my book, php|architect is also publishing 2 other books: the PHP Job Hunter's Handbook by Michael Kimsal and the Guide to PHP5 Migration by Stefan Priebsch.

All three can be pre-ordered, and if you do, you'll receive a 15% discount.