Learn PHP in less than 90 minutes with this fast-paced PHP crash course.
Created by: Kalob Taulien
Produced in 2018
What you will learn
- You'll be able to install PHP on your computer, and write code on it
- You'll be able to read and understand PHP
- You'll be able to take on new PHP projects with more confidence
- You'll be able to add PHP to your resume as one of your new skills
Overall Score : 92 / 100
This course is meant to be fast paced and quick, but also practical. That means there's a lot of information to absorb, but it's also helpful and you'll be done (and certified by Udemy) before bed time tonight.
- How to install PHP on your computer
- How to write PHP code
- Who is using PHP
- If PHP is growing or not (Hint: PHP powers over 30% of ALL websites; it's the most used backend language!)
- PHP fundamentals that you can use to help learn other programming languages, such as:
- Data Types
- Multidimensional Arrays
- Super Global Variables
- And much more!
- Beginner PHP developers who want to get a quick grasp on PHP
He is a professional web developer who 's been developing websites and working with startups since 1999. He also has a broad set of skills in software, web development, and information technology.
Teaching over 155,000 students on Udemy alone, he's helped tens of thousands of people learn web development. From zero to hero and novice to ninja, he's considered a top teacher by thousands. With so much experience, why not give his experience and knowledge to others so they can fulfill their dreams?
The passion to learn and to share his knowledge by teaching and helping others is something that drives him. It's a passion he's had since he was born. Kalob's ability to turn complex programming concepts into easy-to-understands bits of knowledge has been called his "superpower".
Throughout the years, Kalob has built hundreds, if not thousands, of websites, and has created multiple companies from his ideas and software. He also provides one-on-one coaching and startup consulting to new organizations.
Teaching isn't an option in Kalob's life, but a moral obligation to pass on knowledge to others.