Posts marked with “books”

Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide, Third Edition Released

by · February 12, 2015


An all new, expanded edition of the Zend PHP 5 Certification Study Guide is now available. Purchase a printed book for $35 plus get a free digital edition. You can also buy the digital only edition for $22. We provide our digital books in DRM-free PDF, ePUB, and MOBI formats.


One Day Sale – Digital Only – Just for 12/13/14

by · December 12, 2014


Come celebrate with php[architect] as we mark the last sequential date of the century, 12/13/14, with a sale on our digital media. Indulge your inner geek with up to 33% off all single digital magazine issues and all digital books.


Functional Programming in PHP Book Released

by · August 29, 2014


We are excited to announce the availability of our newest book:  Functional Programming in PHP by Simon Holywell.  PHP gained anonymous functions and closures in 5.3, which provided the basis allowing functional programming techniques to be used within PHP itself.  This book is designed to cover all aspects of Functional Programming in PHP and give […]


Introducing the php|architect Summer Sale!

by · June 12, 2012


Books, magazines, subscriptions, and a very special offer on our upcoming REST Summit.


Today only: Half off all training!

by · December 22, 2011


Don’t miss four great specials on magazines, books, and trainings as we celebrate the holidays all next week.


php|architect’s books now in ePub and MOBI format!

by · May 25, 2011


Today, we’re introducing our two most recent books in ePub and MOBI. Whip out your Kindles and start learning!


php|architect Summer eBook Contest Winners!

by · August 2, 2010


Early last month, we sent out an email to customers of php|architect announcing a contest just for them. Participants had to look at last month’s cover and name the 9 websites represented on the visible cards. We want to thank everyone who played, we loved reading some of the responses we got and wish that there had been a prize for most inventive answer. :)


The Open Source Way

by · March 11, 2010


Red Hat has created the basis of a book on open source communities, and it will be completed with the very approach proposed in it.