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PHP

Any plans for covering Magento or Zend Framework in the future

Are there any workshops or badges coming up that cover Magento or Zend Framework topics?

3 Answers

Mark Isle
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Mark Isle
Courses Plus Student 5,735 Points

I'd love to see a Zend Framework course. I got through your beginner and intermediate PHP Application courses, Randy. Great teaching by the way, however, I found the vast majority of the content very easy as I have touched on it all before. That being said, I did learn a few little tricks & tips going through those two great courses.

I am looking to get into more complex PHP Application Development, for example: building an e-commerce Content Management System from scratch using a popular, robust PHP framework (such as Zend 2.0) and utilising it's potential properly & fully.

In the meantime, could you (Randy) or anyone else suggest any resources where I can learn a PHP framework (Zend if available) using similar teaching methods you use. (Going through the application from start to finish, learning new things practically as the project progresses)

Randy Hoyt
STAFF
Randy Hoyt
Treehouse Guest Teacher

We want to create a course using a PHP framework in the future, after I make some more progress on the PHP courses. (We haven't yet deicided what framework to teach.)

I assume you are interested in a Magento course? I can pass that feedback along.

Magento would be great. Even if just as a workshop like the Woocommerce session.