When I first registered the domain name NephtaliProject, I was unsure about how I wanted my site to turn out. My name is Jason Nephtali, which explains the name of the site. I knew that I wanted it to be something related to PHP, but I was not sure what type of niche it would serve.
As I continued to create the site and come up with potential ideas, I realized that I wanted it to serve as a resource for others. When I was first getting into programming languages, I will admit that all the freely available resources helped me immensely. Without those sites and tutorials, I would not be here today – someone who has mastered PHP and is working as a web developer.
Now I want to help others who may be on the same journey. It is why I will have many tutorials and blog posts on the Nephtali Project that are focusing on the journey as a new developer. I will detail my experiences, as someone who started learning PHP five years ago on his own. And I will also give advice based on those experiences, as there are some decisions I wish that I could take back! It will be great for people to learn from my mistakes and focus their programming journey even more.
Another avenue for the site is to explore all the news related to PHP and other programming languages. The beauty of programming is that it never stands still. New languages come out, standards go out of support and the demands from site administrators change. Web developers must be on their toes, which means keeping up with the latest news.
Now there is a dedicated resource where readers can come to catch up on all the latest news related to PHP and the wider programming industry. While I may not catch every single story, I will do my best to have all the most relevant stories of the week featured on the site. Join In!
It is no good having a site if no one is giving back. A site is only as good as its readership. And I hope that my readers will feel comfortable enough to comment on my guides, tutorials, blog posts and news articles.
When I share about my journey, I want to hear from others. Perhaps you are going through those experiences today. Or you just want to tell others about how you mastered programming.
If we are all able to share our stories and give our views on different stories, then we can help each other. The beauty of programming is that even though it is very solitary work, fellow programmers can be pivotal in lifting each other up.
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