The PHP podcast where everyone chimes in.

Originally aired on

April 30th, 2015

019: The Business of PHP

We discuss freelancing as a PHP developer, managing client expectations, niches, good customer service, project scope & scope creep, hourly rates vs value based pricing, and whether or not to run a SaaS.

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The Business Side of PHP: Clients, Customer Service, & Pricing, Oh My! Show Summary


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Michael Kimsal


Gary Hockin


Yitzchok Willroth


Matt Stauffer


Developer Shout-Out

The Developer Shout-Out recognizes developers in the community for their contributions.

For this episode the panel guests, Michael, Gary, Yitzchok, and Matt nominated Michelangelo van Dam for the Developer Shout-Out segment.

Thank you, Michelangelo van Dam for all your contributions to the PHP community. A $50 Amazon gift card is on its way to you.

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