Magento 1.4 Development Cookbook
This book is a collection of straightforward recipes to build a faster and more impressive Magento store. The recipes will give you the optimum solutions for common and complex problems you face while developing a Magento store by writing effective custom modules and widgets. The recipes are explained in simple English and are easy to understand and implement in your projects. If you are a PHP developer or a software engineer, novice or experienced, interested in achieving high impact in a fast-paced development environment and want to boost your PHP/Magento development skills to the next level then this book is for you. No prior experience with Magento is required but basic knowledge of PHP is needed.
- Electronic book text | 268 pages
- 14 Dec 2010
- Packt Publishing Limited
- Birmingham, United Kingdom
About Nurul Ferdous
Nurul Ferdous is an open source enthusiast and IT specialist from Bangladesh who has long experience with various organizations from the military to multinational companies both at home and abroad. In fact he is a soldier turned programmer. He is currently working for TMSecure Inc. as an LAMP Consultant. He started his career with the Bangladesh Air Force. He also served in RAB as an intelligence staffer where he was nominated for the presidential police medal for his outstanding contribution to national security. He is a truly passionate programmer. He started his career in software development back in 2004 while he was working in the Bangladesh Air Force with Java. His primary skills are as a PHP developer. He is a Zend Certified PHP5 Engineer, he contributes to a number of PHP projects, blogs on PHP-related topics, and presents talks and tutorials related to PHP development and the projects to which he contributes. He is also a certified professional on TDD and Code Refactoring. He has served in some top-notch software companies both at home and abroad like BIPL, Right Brain Solutions Ltd., TMSecure Inc., NameDepot.com, Inc., and so on as programmer, software engineer, and consultant. Nurul Ferdous contributes to the open source community regularly.