Introducing PHP course now live on lynda.com

I’m delighted to announce that my Introducing PHP video course is now part of the lynda.com subscription library. It was originally recorded for video2brain, which was aquired by lynda.com earlier this year. Since the aquisition, video2brain publishes courses only in German, French, and Spanish. As a result, my course has been migrated to the main lynda.com site.

If you’ve got a lynda.com subscription, why not take a look at my course now? And if you don’t have a lynda.com subscription, you’re missing out on a fantastic learning resource (and I don’t just mean my course). As a special offer, why not try 7 days of free unlimited access to lynda.com?

I’m humbled (and proud) to join the ranks of lynda.com authors. The lynda.com library contains nearly 2,000 video courses on every imaginable subject related to design and development. It has also expanded recently into business subjects. The only problem is finding time to watch all the courses that interest you.

I’m currently discussing creating a new PHP course for lynda.com. If you have any suggestions for what you would like to see in such a course, particularly one aimed at web designers rather than hard-core programmers, please post in the comments.

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2 Responses to Introducing PHP course now live on lynda.com

  1. Dave Floyd says:

    I’ve been waiting for this time. It’s so great to see your videos on lynda.com.

    Besides courses like PHP Essentials or OOP PHP, I think you should do a “Creating a CMS using PHP” or “Advanced PHP for Programmers”

  2. Ronaldo says:

    Hello David. Thanks for this course, it’s been great so far and I’m almost through. Lynda also has some other PHP courses that are really good but they lack the details and patience required for beginners like myself. This is where this course excels, and thanks to that I’m building a stronger foundation in PHP.

    Anyways, I would definitely suggest you to create not just another but many other courses on PHP since it’s a really big programming language, but the important thing is that you keep the same pace and details as in this intro course. I run a very small web design business and I can tell that aside from the online form, the two other main needs are a secure login site and a content management system. I really hope you can check on that for your next courses.

    Thanks again,
    Ronaldo
    pd: sorry if you find some inadequacies with my english, it’s my second language.