Just got an email from Mozilla foundation, (which they usually send when someone logins to his/her Firefox browser to synchronize it with other devices of his/her own). I'm pasting it here for the sake of what Mozilla has done during these years:
PHP is one of the easiest scripting languages (turning into a full programming language) out there. Generally speaking, being an easy-to-use stuff, could be considered as an advantage for everything; but due to the trade-off principle, gaining the quality of simplicity, comes in return for losing another quality[ that is High Quality Code in our case ].
Working with tens of developers during my years of experience, has proven (at least for me) that 70% of PHP developers write:
This is the first post here.
After years of studying, using & consuming(!) open source resources, both for freelance & corporate products/projects that were developed in my company, I think its time to contribute back to the community & blogging could be an effective way of doing so(as well as contributing to open source projects' code & ..)
"Contributing back" is what Open Source Paradigm has taught me & I'll try my best to be as beneficial to the community as I can.