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PHP: Installation to Application for me.

The Developer Network's Guide to PHP -> does not make sence if you don't know what the 'Developer Network' is.
PHP - By The DevNetwork Community -> wouldnt the DevNetwork Community be the author, not the title?
PHP for Anyone -> at first look it makes me think its gonna be a kiddy book and not worth my read (i wanted to dive in head first when I started and not be like "LEARN PHP IN 5 MINUTES")
PHP Unraveled -> makes you sound like you have unraveled some big mystery that nobody else could figure out which is not true


PHP: Installation to Application! Now this is a good one because its straight to the point. No nonsence. I want to install PHP and figure out how to use it. Don't have a book's title yelling that it will make your life easier or there was some big mystery about it. Just state what the book will be good for, which this title does so very well.


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I went for php by the devnet comm. I think it should mention devnet in it somewhere.

To throw another grammar proposition into the fire, wouldn't "The Developer Networks' Guide to PHP" be gramatically correct?


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Shorten it to Devnetwork and I'm game...

Grammer would depend on whether Developer's Network is possessive or adjective. Typically I would have though adjective over possessive - hence "The Developer's Network Guide..." Bit odd I know, but the standard fare when using a noun as a descriptive term.

Battening on my Admin hat again in a few days - see everyone in the Book forums soon...:).


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Hi, eventhough I didn't participated in the book creation and writing, but...

I voted for The Developer Network's Guide to PHP. Eventhough, IMO, it would have sounded better if it's:

Guide to PHP, The Developer Network's Visions

I thought it would be nice to let all the people read your book and knowing that it's the vision of The Developer Network...which is helping, teaching PHP users.

Just a thought though.

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