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I'm sure Symfony reached a broader audience after Taylor Otwell created Laravel based on it. From my standpoint it seems Laravel keeps tight bonds with Symfony, but simplifies for certain, but common, scenarios. What do you think about Laravel and do you have any influence on it?
Thanks for creating an amazing framework :-)
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How do you balance between life and your job as a greedy developer, you are developing more than 15 years and almost you wrote all the codes
what is the difference between good PHP developer and a perfect PHP developer?
are you expert as much as your PHP skills in other skills like a database?
what did you do wrong as PHP GURU, in your career?
A quick Wikipedia search says Symphony has been around since 2005. A full 2 years ahead of Twitter Bootstrap, 5 years before AngularJS in 2010 and 8 years before React in 2013. So for sure, Symphony is one of the oldest frameworks out there for modern web development.
In today's world of "frameworks are everywhere" and so many new developers coming to web development and so many new web developers skipping over learning the basics:
Do you have any regrets creating one of the first frameworks?
2019 is a different world from 2005 and hindsight is 20/20 but would you change anything or do anything different knowing that developers would take the quick and easy way to completing a project vs learning the basics and mastering the language before the framework(s) ?
My first object-oriented programming language was PHP. It took a whole lot of time to wrap my head around a few things. Later I got into C++ in college. I started digging into mvc, mvcc patterns and into the source of Symphony and Slim. Although my stack no longer has PHP now. But It kinda kickstarted things for me. I just want to thank you for your wonderful work, dedication and time you have taken for all these years. Knowingly or unknowingly I believe you have helped many in this way.!!!
Question: Are you still completely into PHP? or exploring any new things? If so, what are you most intrigued about now?