The best developers and mentors you can follow.
The father of PHP
Zend-certified engineer for PHP 5.3 and Zend Framework, regular speaker at developer conferences. Owner of Roave.
Developer experience architect. Developer advocate at GetPantheon.
Developer with expertise in security, performance, and object-oriented programming. Developed the new, more secure password API in PHP 5.5.
Member of the Fictive Kin team, working on Gimme Bar and other products. Creator of Open Sourcing Mental Illness, a campaign to raise awareness and understanding of mental illness in the developer community. Co-host of the Development Hell podcast. Created Spaz, the PHPSpecInfo auditing tool, and the Inspekt input filtering library for PHP.
Senior architect at Palantir. Principal architect on the Drupal 7 database system and web services lead on Drupal 8. Co-author of Drupal 7 Module Development.
Emma Jane Hogbin
Drupal developer, themer, and open source nerd. Co-author of Front End Drupal and author of Drupal User's Guide.
Matthew Weier O'Phinney
Open-source software architect. Project lead for Zend Framework. Zend-certified engineer and member of the Zend Education Advisory Board. Speaker and writer.
Student at the Technical University of Berlin. Maintains a PHP parser written in PHP, and contributes to PHP 5.5 features including generators and coroutinesand support for arbitrary expressions in empty().
PHP engineer and evangelist on MongoDB, Author of Xdebug. Author of php/architect’s Guide to Data and Time Programming. Co-author of PHP 5 Power Programming.
VP at TelemetryApp. “Until December of 2012,” he writes, “I was one of the folks behind php|architect, a great publication for PHP developers. Lately, I can mostly be found writing for Macworld…in the meantime, my interests have somewhat shifted towards Web-base APIs and realtime systems.”
Web developer for Mozilla, core developer for MooTools,
CTO at Namshi (a Rocket Internet venture) and speaker.The Practice of Network Security Monitoring.pdf