PHP is a very popular backend (server-side) coding language. It powers WordPress, which is used on over 30% of all websites. And that keeps growing! That's the #1 reason why I think every developer should know PHP... or at least be able to get around in PHP code: demand!
There's so much demand for PHP jobs that it doesn't make sense to ignore it. Right now, Node.js is "the cool language" to learn, but 1-in-3 websites are not running Node.js, that's just the honest truth. Love it or leave it, PHP is here to stay, and it continues to become more and more popular.
Would you rather struggle to find Node.js work, or have PHP contracts and jobs land in your lap?
In this crash course, you'll learn about:
That's a pretty extensive list for a crash course. The entire course is in 4K, so it's ultra-clear. And I made the audio sound much better than my previous courses.
And of course this course is bundled in with your Kalob.io subscription, so when I eventually put a price point on it, it'll continue to be free for you! Here's the course on Kalob.io
Today I'm a full stack LAMPP (PHP and Python) developer that enjoys teaching web development and working with startups.