There are a ton of good PHP resources out on the net, both free and paid. Web & PHP Magazine is one of those resources that raises that bar from your typical smart developer posting blog articles on the weekend to a very polished, well-organized publication. Best of all, IT’S FREE!!
Web & PHP Magazine comes to you as a monthly PDF download. I’ve been downloading issues since Issue 1. I like to download it to my Dropbox so I have it on all my device. I will typically also keep the last issue or two downloaded to my tablet so I have it for the times I might need some offline reading. Web & PHP Magazine really is a great publication and the good people at Web & PHP Magazine have also asked for an opportunity to tell you a little about the publication themselves so here it goes;
A PHP magazine for the community I hear you say?! Well that’s exactly what Web & PHP Magazine is all about. It’s a completely free monthly digital publication!
Let me tell you a little more about the magazine: It focuses on PHP and web technologies, covering all the latest front and back-end developments. There are a wide variety of features, articles and columns written by key industry experts and innovators.
Here’s what you can find in January’s issue:
Arne Blankerts’ regular column on PHP Security.
Internet marketing entrepreneur Brian Rotsztein tells us about the “10 Social Media for Business Reality Checks”.
Regular Big Data columnist Cory Isaacson delves into the confusing topic of database indexing.
Emmy award winning software engineer, Jonathan LeBlanc, shows us how to build an identity extraction engine in PHP.
Michael Stowe highlights his 5 deadly programming sins.
We have a preview into MidwestPHP Conference and a teaser from the brand new eBook OpenShift Primer by Eric Schabell.
There’s no catch, the magazine does what it says on the tin – high quality editorial content, fun, interesting, community focused and free! You can find us on Twitter (@webandphp), Facebook and on our Google+ page.
Download January’s issue; and all of the back issues now! http://webandphp.com