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Introduction to OOP programming screencast!

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03-12-2012, 01:39 PM
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Hey fellows!

I'm coming to share with you my first screencast giving an introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in PHP.

http://geektutz.com/2012/03/12/intro...amming-in-php/


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Any programming language needs practical experience of work to understand coding and get more knowledge about program. The given link shows video of Object-Oriented Programming in PHP with requires all details of program. This is better to learn because here it is possible to listen voice and see programming screen.

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Yup, I think that happens Emerald, but..

This is an introduction, of course you'll find your OWN ways to work. For example, I name my classes promptly and when I need to find a function, I search for the related file name, and I have almost never had issues finding functions ( of course I've had my share of those aswell )

But it's all practice.


Next cast coming this weekend, teaching how to make a login system in less than 25 minutes.

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