The aim of this text is to define a good methodology for creating a web site (with functionality that is used on many different kinds of sites, and that programmers may well be working on in the future) by identifying problems, surmising solutions to those problems, and then implementing those solutions using modern development practices.
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Author Biography - Chris Lea
Dilip Thomas hails from the sleepy little town of Cochin, set in God's own country (India). He is committed to the PHP community, and much of his thrill comes from peering into that community from a philosophical perspective. He first got hooked onto open source in his sophomore days in college, and he has been playing the role of a technology evangelist ever since. His interests also lie in the Apache Jakarta project and open standards technologies in general. He was once spotted organizing bungee jumping shows to flustered audiences in his favorite city of Bangalore.