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PHP is a computer programming language that is mostly focused towards creating dynamic websites right from the beginning. PHP is intended to run on a server and provide response to client’s request. Unlike other programming languages, its code can easily be embedded inside HTML code.
The development of PHP programming language was started back in 1994 by a Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf. At first, he created few CGI (Common Gateway Interface) programs in C language to manage his personal website easily. Rasmus kept on improving these set of programs to handle processing of web forms as well as connect with the database for CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update and Delete) operations.
The history of PHP continued
On June 8, 1995 Rasmus released these small programs for general public so that people around the world can help him by reporting any errors or improving the code base. He called it as version 1.0 of Personal Home Page Tools, also known as PHP/FI (Personal Home Page/Forms Interpreter). Rasmus Lerdorf said that he never thought of creating a new programming language, he didn’t even know how to create one! He just kept improving the existing code step by step. After seeing this interesting project; open source community of developers joined him on his journey and in November 1997 they released version 2.0 of PHP/FI.
Is PHP in demand?
Demand for professional PHP developers is increasing as employers prefer PHP over other languages for creating new websites. PHP powers the majority of the World Wide Web, so there is a lot of maintenance work needed for existing websites, creating employment opportunities for PHP experts.
How much do PHP programmers make?
According to indeed.com, average salary of Zend Certified PHP programmer is more than $80,000 per year.
How do you become PHP certified?
These days Zend is the certifying body that backs the development of PHP programming language. They also provide the certification exam for PHP. The Rogue Wave Zend Certified PHP Engineer is an industry-wide standard that recognizes PHP expertise, so if you want to be a Zend Certified Engineer you must pass their exam.
Which companies use PHP?
Many well-known web companies are run on PHP. Facebook was initially built using PHP programming language. It even powers Wikipedia, Yahoo and popular content management system WordPress.
Is PHP easy to learn?
If you have some experience with high level languages, then learning basics of PHP is just a matter of few days. However, don’t worry if you are unfamiliar with the programming concepts, it will only take you 1 month to understand the basics.
Many schools and colleges throughout the world teach PHP as a first language to their computer students because it’s a relatively easy language to learn. It will take you almost 6 months to learn the advanced concepts, and around 1 to 2 years to master it.
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