THE IDEAL PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
It is well-known that the programming language PHP has managed to build a reputation for a universal developing code. Today, it has been considered as the top solution for numerous purposes and IT projects. However, our team strongly believes that the most significant thing about the beneficial nature of PHP is its brilliant performance and functionality. Though, to achieve them both, general standards and security should be taken under considerations seriously and precisely.
According to its essence, PHP is a regular open software source. This, of course, means that this tool is both – flexible enough for usage and affordable accessibility since PHP is 100% free of charge. Meanwhile, PHP is definitely the universal source, because it can be adjusted to any kind of a platform. Here is a little bit statistics – about 39% of all the websites in the global web use PHP programming language. As an explanation for such a giant popularity, we can point the freedom PHP gives to all the developers across the whole world. On the other side, PHP does not involve any regulation or rules that can be negative limits to the developing process. However, this feature means that PHP can be a bit tricky, too. If it has no limits or regulations, mistakes are quite possible to occur. So, we can be completely confident that PHP requires professionalism on a high level. And only skilled and talented developers should actually handle the challenge named simply PHP. Only thus, security and quality will be guaranteed.
Our personal PHP practice is vast and dynamic. Our PHP-based products vary and we can boast with numerous projects that involve the language – customer marketing websites, online shopping platforms, SaaS web apps and many others. Furthermore – our IT team has a rich experience in several PHP-styled platforms such as Drupal, Magento, Symfony and WordPress.
As our PHP Practice Manager, Kristian Dragnev is responsible for helping PHP development teams choose the right technologies and architectures for their projects. He is responsible for the successful completion of the projects using predefined PHP standards and best practices. Kristian’s responsibility includes noticing potential problems and finding solutions. He also prepares estimates and interviews job candidates. Last, but not least, Kristian is a senior software developer with more than seven years of experience with various server-side and client-side technologies.