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PHP Array Filtering, The Use Cases

It’s been a busy couple of days in the office. But we are extremely happy and proud to announce the arrival of a new addition to the Developer.Press family!

Ladies and gentleman, please give a warm welcome to the latest member of the Dev.Press family, Sam Hennessy.

Sam has written the book , ‘PHP Array Filtering, The Use Cases’ which is available to buy now from the Dev.Press website and various retailers.

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Want to know a bit more about the ebook and what it has in store? Say no more!

Take your PHP skills to the next level.

The Use Case series of books is a series intended for both beginner and advanced PHP programmers. This series will break the language down into smaller chunks and makes sure you learn everything about PHP. You will learn about each feature using real world scenarios that feature fully functioning PHP code. Arrays are a cornerstone feature of PHP and knowing how to deal with them is vital to being a productive PHP programmer. In this book we will cover the functions used to filter data that is already in an array.

Did we also mention that this ebook is available for only $3.99? What a bargain!

http://developerpress.com/en/php-array-filtering-1

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