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Exciting news in the world of PHP, IBM is Putting its Corporate Weight Behind PHP.

From the New Jersey Web Designers

Feb 28, 2005

As a team that develops a lot of our applications using PHP this is very exciting news to us. Here are some clips from the New York Times:

"IBM is putting its corporate heft behind a popular open-source Web development technology called PHP, in a move meant to reach out to a broader set of developers...

"The two companies [IBM and Zend] intend to devote programmers to make PHP work better with corporate databases and Web services protocols. IBM also plans to establish an area dedicated to PHP on its developer Web site, which will include technical resources such as white papers...

"Big Blue's public commitment to PHP is significant because the company has the technical and marketing resources to accelerate usage of the open-source product. IBM's investments in Linux and Java, for example, were crucial to mainstream corporation adoption of those technologies...

Cyber X Designs is happy to be a part of bringing PHP into the enterprise and is glad to see IBM getting on board. We have had tremendous success with PHP. If you want to learn more about this, read the New York Times Article.

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