ASP users flock to PHP in droves!

The strange thing the PHP success story is it’s had, more of less, $0 spent on on advertising / marketing. So when I post a blog with a cheeky title like this one, it sticks out…

Anyway, real reason for this is just following on from here to point out that John Lim, at his new location – http://phplens.com/phpeverywhere/, has updated his ASP to PHP migration guide (a syntax cross reference with insights).

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  • http://www.guestbookz.com Darren884

    Weird I went from php to asp

  • cholmon

    did you go to classic asp or asp.net?

  • astrafan

    RSS mis-titled articles really boil my blood old boy.

  • http://www.mjswebsolutions.com type0

    I thought I was going to get some kind of report on how users were moving from ASP to PHP.

    Didn’t appreciate the bogus headline.

    But it does support the fact that a headline is a very powerful means of grabbing users attention – even when it’s done deceptivly.

  • tarmin1

    Free prizes no money down*
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    Try to keep the site better than all my spam, buddy. You’re lowering the standard.

  • http://www.shaunhills.com hillsy

    Ditto on the headline. Dodgy, Harry.

    However an interesting read as always.

  • http://www.phppatterns.com HarryF

    Ditto on the headline. Dodgy, Harry.

    Apologies. I claim temporary insanity ;)

  • jul17pri

    I nearly flocked to PHP, but couldn’t see the point unless I flocked to Linux too.

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