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Introduction to PHP (ApacheCon)
May 3, 2001, 14 :16 UTC (0 Talkback[s]) (2699 reads) (Other stories by Rasmus Lerdorf)

A slide show introducing PHP. "Handling simple data coming from a form took something like this to do in C ..." Then "Perl became an obvious choice ...".

"PHP has an HTML-centric approach. ... A block of raw HTML followed by the minimum amount of logic possible."

(Editor's Note: If anyone knows where this presentation is available on less and/or faster webpages, please let us know. Thanks.)

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