hello people daniweb....just want to ask honest oppinions from you guys, because this has been bugging me for years. I've been a PHP developer for 5 year using windows. So far so good. i am able to accomplish the task at hand. but there's always back of my head saying, that i suck because i had zero knowledge on Unix or Linux. Is that ok? or do i really need to learn the unix/linux system to be able to call myself good programmer?
Answered by deceptikon 1,790 in a post from
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i suck because i had zero knowledge on Unix or Linux
No, that's silly. Will learning other operating systems help round you out as a developer? Sure. Does your "goodness" as a programmer depend on knowing *NIX platforms? Absolutely not.
Let me put it this way. I'm primarily …
Answered by lorenzoDAlipio 24 in a post from
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I normally develop PHP apps in windows environment using Uniserver as WAMP server. Before the app release, I would run my application to linux environment to make sure everything works.
Some basic differences between developing PHP application in Windows vs. Linux.
in Linux, we can use nginx as the front …
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