PHP 5.3 Adoption: Some Numbers

Posted by Stuart Herbert on January 30th, 2010 in Conferences, Toolbox.

Last year, I ran a series of polls via Twitter to try and learn a bit more about your plans to move to PHP 5.3, and whether or not you actually followed through. A huge thank you to everyone who voted!

I’m not talking at any conferences this year, so I’ve published the planned PHP 5.3 adoption talk online for anyone who’s interested in what the PHP user community told us via these polls. As well as the raw data, I’ve included an analysis of what the data might mean, and some talking points about what the PHP Group might want to do differently when PHP 6 (or PHP 5.4 if there is one) is released.

You can find the talk online at Slideshare, along with all of my older talks. I hope you find it useful and informative.

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