Last week, php|architect announced my book, “php|architect’s Guide to Programming the Zend Framework”. Today I posted the announcement over on DevZone. I’ll admit that I was very nervous posting the announcement on DevZone because I’m not keen on using DevZone for self-promotion. However, in the end, it came down to the fact that I announce other books so I needed to announce this one.
Anyhow, for the both of you who read this, I have a new PHP book out titled “php|architect’s Guide to Programming the Zend Framework”. There’s been a link to it in my sidebar since it was announced but I thought that since I announced it on DevZone, I would post about it here as well.
Until Next time,
In 2007 I was privileged to achieve the following in my career as Editor-in-Chief of DevZone.
- Attended 9 conference
- Visited 3 foreign countries
- Attended 2 barCamps
- Spoke at 2 conferences
- Started 2 podcasts
- Started 2 web projects.
- Had 1 article published in php|architect
- Spoke at 1 PHP User Group
- Wrote my first book
- Was Master of Ceremonies at my second PHP conference
So yeah…2007 was good…but 2008 is looking even better.
Until Next Time,
Everybody sing along with me! (To the tune of “Iron Man”)
I AM Z-C-E! Na-na Na-na Na-na Na NA NA NA
If you don’t get the joke about the business cards then you didn’t listen to the PHP Women podcast.
Until next time,