It is with some amusement that I have recently seen a number of PHP 6 books popping up for sale at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. A while back, I spent some time trying to figure out just how far behind the curve I was on PHP 6 since I hadn’t really been paying too much attention. As I started to investigate how things were coming along and when I should expect it to hit the street, I was honestly a bit surprised at how hard news was to come by.
In short, like most major software projects, it’s “a work in progress”. As a project developed by volunteers and people with other full time jobs, there are periods where it sees serious spurts of development, and other periods when there are lulls. It will be released basically when it’s done and properly tested by the community. Who knows when that will be, but I will wager money that it won’t occur at in 2008 at all.
So, with that and all those PHP 6 books in mind, I, as an author myself, have come up with the following list of other books I’d to see published or that I’ll consider starting to write:[Read Rest of Article]