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Why PHP Cannot Die

Because PHP was in the right place at the right time

It is not too uncommon to find posts on the Internet about when PHP will die, or about whether or not PHP is still relevant in 2021.

While there seems to be kind of mixed feelings on PHP among experts the funny thing is, there’s about 80 percent chance that any random post published on the Internet is processed by it.

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Jordi Bassaganas

Jordi Bassaganas

Web developer and technical writer. Founder at ChesslabLab https://github.com/chesslablab

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