php|architect – April 2006
Developing a Plugin Architecture for PHP Applications
If you want to see your software’s functionality triplebefore your very eyes, it’s a good idea to build support forplugins and extensions into your application. In this article,returning author Titus Barik explains the intricate details ofdesigning an extensible plugin architecture for any PHPapplication.—by Titus Barik
Thoughts from an Open Source Recruiter
Much like the rest of the open source landscape, PHP usage iscontinuously evolving. Brent Marinaccio gives you an in-depth lookfrom a recruiter’s standpoint into the subtleties of the PHPmarketplace, from the value of certification, to the need to have awell constructed re-sume, to the need for corporations to providepeople the opportunity to telecommute.—by Brent Marinaccio
Introducing the Zend Framework
You’ve probably heard the buzz surrounding the ZendFramework’s initial release. You may even have read php|architect’sonline tutorial. In this piece, Zend staffer and Zend Frameworkcontributing developer Mike Naberezny gives insight into theframework’s beginnings, and dives in to a tutorial on how to startusing the Zend Framework, today.