A Development Infrastructure for PHP

Just ran into A Development Infrastructure for PHP which discusses a generalized strategy which Tony uses when building applications with PHP. He clarifys some of the design decisions further in the FAQ.

Think Tony’s done an excellent job – it’s an end to end view of the approach he’s evolved for building web applications and is also more or less a first – I’ve yet to see anyone be bold enough to describe a complete PHP architecture in this kind of detail. There’s alot of valuable insight in there and get the general impression of “sanity” (i.e. taking into account PHP’s inherent advantages and disadvantages). Think there’s plenty ammunition here for Marco.

Tony has also written up his thoughts on a number of other PHP-related subjects plus some excellent information on XML and XSL. Reading his ideas on workflows right now.

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Infrastructure of SEO

We employ more than 100 full-time executives that includes 31 project managers. All our executives are highly trained professionals and are leading EXPERTS in Internet marketing and related strategies. Our staff are distributed to several ‘teams’ like SEO team, Marketing team, Copywriting team, Social Media team, Video team, Mobile Marketing team and so on.

Each team has a team leader and several team members. All teams are supervised by Project Managers. Customers are always a top priority and their single-point of contact is established and maintained by our account representatives, fondly known as “Customer Experience Managers”.

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