>>>One stigma, I've noticed with PHP programmers, whether it's through
>lack of experience, is nearly NO code re-use at all.
>>I find that some php coders dont re-use code because they dont code
"properly". Most php coders I know, experienced or otherwise do not
think bigger picture and are focused on the existing project and getting
Another classic issue with php coders (in my experience) is the abject
lack of naming conventions in sql table schemas. Its quite sad frankly,
that people dont learn generic database structuring before tackling it
But I think both come down to how one thinks.
quality abstraction of data, keeping code clean, easy to read, well
commented and generic are all the signs of a good coder imo.
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