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Categories: PHP Tutorials, Lately in PHP Podcast, Software Business
They commented on articles about using DevSense PHP Tools extension to develop and debug PHP applications with Visual Studio, automating actions on Mac OS X using PHP scripts, using reactive programming to develop more efficient PHP applications, debugging remote projects with PHPEd, and a new series of short videos to tell why developers should create their own software products and sell to many customers, and what are the main mistakes to avoid to become successful doing that.
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This is the latest podcast hangout episode on the latest PHP Articles and book reviews published on the PHP Classes site.
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Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 2 Developing a CRUD application with a noSQL database (0:36)
How to Automate Actions on Apple Mac OS X using a PHP Shell Script for Automator (4:10)
Why Reactive Programming is the Evolution of Web Development (6:51)
Using Microsoft Visual Studio as PHP IDE with the PHP Tools extension: Part 3 Debugging (10:12)
7 Reasons Why Developers Need to Create their Own Software Product Businesses (15:03)
Top 4 Mistakes Developers Should Avoid when Creating Their Own Software Product Business (20:27)
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