Posted on 22/6/06 by Felix Geisendörfer
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I usally don't use this blog to link to other blogs because you'll end up with a blogsphere talking about nothing else but the blogsphere at some point (which reminds me of politics), but I just read a great article that qualifies easily for an exception on this policy ; ).
The article has a good analyzation about why so many crappy php / web developers are out there:
It is the blind leading the blind. I always hear ‘Well, the client wanted it this way….’ or ‘The client really liked the way this was done..’ - and that is it, that is the rationalization behind their lack of knowledge for building things improperly. If you are a professional web developer, then it is your job to also EDUCATE the client on what works/what doesn’t work. The problem? The ‘web designers’ don’t know themselves what works/doesn’t work. The result? MANY poorly built sites that do absolutely nothing but sit there - stagnant.
So if that sounds interesting, go ahead and read the full article:
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