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Welcome to KillerPHP.com!
I created this website to teach PRACTICAL PHP to non-nerd web designer types. With the recent release of PHP7 in 2016, PHP continues to prove that it is a powerful programming language. You could say in fact, that PHP is one of the four pillars of modern web development:
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Object Oriented (OOP) PHP Video Tutorials
Object oriented PHP is the modern style of PHP programming that the PHP world is quickly moving into.
You don’t need to learn OOP techniques to use PHP effectively… but if you want to:
- really take advantage of PHP,
- understand many of the free PHP programs out there,
- or just code with the ‘pros’
…you’re going to need to learn OOP in PHP.
PHP Video Tutorials for iPods
After many request, I’ve finally rendered a bunch of my PHP video tutorials so that you can watch them on your iPod.
You may have a bit of trouble reading the code on your small iPod screens … but none-the-less, you can still learn f
rom the videos while you’re on you’re on-the-go.
View & Download: PHP Video Tutorials for iPods
PHP and MySQL Video Tutorials
I’ve decided to create a dedicated section on MySQL and SQL. Please check it out if you haven’t used relational databases before.
Latest Blog Posts
September 27, 2017
PHP is probably the best web app development language out there today for a bunch of reason technical, and market oriented. But it’s not the only language out there and it doesn’t have a monopoly of good programming. Comparing Programming Languages An important lessons that my 20+ years of programming experience has taught me, is …
May 26, 2017
I am excited to announce our upcoming Python course: Powerful Python 3.
A beginners course covering Python 3, students go from an absolute neophyte, to having a working knowledge of object oriented Python. Course is based on Python 3.6.
April 26, 2017
After nearly 7 years of working with schools, it seems clear to me that the best way to teach code, is with an open ended lesson plan. Here’s why: Learners will learn at different speeds Different schools have different schedules Rigid lesson plans will inventively break Overly rigid lesson plans can easily be derailed … …